Monday, October 5, 2009

Pretty Projects

My mom was in town this week. If you know my mom, you know what that means:

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...and apparently one floor that could use a swiffer...

8 comments:

adam and erica said...

Isn't having your mom in town the best!!! My mom came two weeks ago and it was so much fun! Hey, I actually blog now, well at least more often, so you can see us in Florida. You left a comment once but in case you don't have it, it is adamandericahensley.blogspot.com

allyn said...

she's building a piano!!!? did she get all the pieces from a yard sale?

(i decided that i need to mention yard sales in all of my comments to you;) )

Ashley said...

Does Craigs List count? We bought the piano intact (pretty much) and just took it all apart to clean it and paint it. But I wouldn't put it past my mom to build one from pieces :)

Mom said...

I think Craig's list counts! I hope she put it back together before she left. You're mom's coming to our house in a few weeks for Aaron's talk-in-church - can't wait to see what she makes for us. :)
Congrats on getting a piano.

Nicole said...

I'm not a bit surprised. Of course Aunt Julie took a piano apart to paint it. I would have a heart attack if my piano keys were in a box on my wood floor that really does need swiffering (a word I just made up). It made for an amazing picture, though. :)

allegra said...

is that the piano in the backround? i love that color if it is! you'll have to post a picture of the whole thing once those ivories are intact. can you play the piano and the violin at once? i wouldn't put it past you to do such a thing.:) i can only imagine the beautiful music that's probably always flowing around your home.

i'm loving all these crafty projects you're posting lately... keep 'em coming! you 'da man!! or woman.

cacrowell said...

I don't think I've ever taken apart a piano EVER! I said to myself, "Are those really keys in the box?" It's so great to have moms around.

The Hodsons said...

Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That's all I have to say.