and joined the coconut oil craze.
I'm not baking or cooking with it.
And I'm guessing that within the next ten years, someone will decide it wasn't good for us anyway.
'T'is the way it usually works.
Besides, my hubby is allergic to coconuts so that ain't happening over here.
Somewhere (probably Pinterest) I had seen furniture being oiled using coconut oil.
Why not? Maybe I'll have a hankering sometime to make coffee using coconut oil and I'll have it at the ready.
In the meantime, I took it to my outdoor wood furniture.
This arid climate just dries out everything so fast.
I should probably put this on the calendar to do once a month, because they looked so shiny and healthy when I was done gooping on oil.
I spent Saturday cleaning and puttering.
Oh, but I do love to putter.
The laundry room got organized enough to move the leftover crafting things from Winter Services out there and out of the guest room.
If you know the children's book If You Give a Moose a Muffin .... I found this M hanging out in a corner in the laundry room.
I'm only working 2 days next week .... I'll show you what it becomes.
Note the yummy table runner underneath the M?
It was a beautiful gift that has turned into a brainchild.
My hubby may not be the only one with attention issues around here.
I'll share that (the result of the brainchild .. not Jari's attention issues) later this week.
Curtains and a throw pillow got made for the camper which means we are almost done out there!
I feel like I'm in a Scandinavian country on a boat when I look in there.
I'll share soon.
Laundry and more laundry got done.
The floors and bathrooms never saw a vacuum, mop or scrub rag, but I did manage to free this empty hole of projects that aren't going anywhere and haven't for a long time. I'm back to crocheting rugs while visiting.
Lately, I have noticed that I enjoy a relaxing morning when I can. Perhaps my subconscious knows that the weather is about to heat up and there won't be too terribly many more cool mornings to just sit outdoors and drink my coffee ... cup after cup. Somewhere in the sipping of my second cup Sunday morning, I found this.
The screen shot is bad quality. While the chair itself is fascinating, it makes me seriously hurt looking at it.
However, I did find some cool ideas for next February!