Sunday, March 11, 2012

Mr. Wonderful!

(the kids have to check out all the treasures)

Week-ends get pretty busy around here.

Especially, when we have a show coming up in less than a month.


The dining room table is the place that collects all the week-end treasures

Eventually, they will make it to boxes and then we start over again.

Week-ends also consist of my #1 fixing and repairing many of the pieces I bring home.

Considering the rain we have here in the Pacific Northwest and the fact that he only has 1/4 of a garage to work with, he really does an amazing job.

He takes all my ideas and brings them to reality.

Many times he tells me, "Honey, I can't do that!"

And I say, "Sure, you can, I know you can do it."

And he does it!

He has come a long way since we first got married.

He will tackle a lot more projects now then he would have then.

He's pretty wonderful!

I'll show you some pictures in a few weeks of the things he's putting together.


Shabby chic Sandy said...

It is great to have a do it yourself husband! I also live in the Pacific Northwest--right on the edge of Forest Grove. At least the daffodils are finally blooming--I am worried about the wind and rain coming tomorrow--and possible snow on tuesday morning!

laurie -magpie ethel said...

Nothing better than a Mr. Wonderful in my book! Having someone that can do projects is a plus. Great to see you this weekend!

Cindy said...

Awwww, what a sweetie, you sound like you really appreciate all he does. It's great to have a guy who can fix things like that!


June said...

You are a lucky, lucky girl Debbie.
And it's awesome that you know it!!!
It is so great to be married to handy men.
sending hugs...

The Spanish Dahlia said...

Happy spring Debbie,
Yes, I know what you mean about having a jack of all trades husband. I'm blessed to have a handy man myself. My "honeydo" list is long! He's come along way as well within the last 21 years we've been married.
~ Stephanie