I have been wanting an old window for a long time, but they are pricey and I wasn't willing to shell out the money. During our sojourn in Kentucky we of course went yard saling, and happened upon a beauty of a window. As soon as I saw it, I shoved everyone out of the way and made a mad dash for it. Okay, so I didn't shove anyone or dash, but I'm sure I hyperventilated. ha. Truth is I didn't even notice it, my dear yard saling Buddy, Eagle Eye Ruth, is the one who spotted my precious window. They were asking a whopping $2.50 for it, and I snatched it up and hung on to it for dear life. I had to smile when I paid for it, and the son said ( in his Kentucky accent), "See, I told you someone would buy it". I should have asked him if they had anymore of these here winders out yonder in the backyard. Totally kidding. Kentucky yard sales, in a lot of ways are much better than Florida yard sales. They have cheaper prices on kids clothes, and the boys made out like little bandits. My best find was a super nice winter jacket, that came with a wind breaker, for $2.00 it should fit Tyler next winter. Most of their children's clothing was 50 cents each, and one yard sale was fill a bag for $2.00. Don't mind if I do.:)
On to the window, I was so excited about this window that its already found a home on my wall. I LOVE IT!
Here's the little dandy before and then after...
I have to share a couple Tyler funnies with you. I overheard him telling Zach yesterday, "Zach, you have to say please before I give you this train". He kept repeating this to Zach, "Come on Zach, you have to say please or I can't give it to you". Needless to say, Zach never said please, but still got the train.
Tyler came to me this morning to tell me that his tummy was wobbling and talking to him. I would hate to know what it was saying! Tyler also told me that he loved Mama, my Mom, and he kept repeating it over and over, and finally stopped and said, "yeah, I pretty much love her". ha.
Tyler still has Moses confused with Jonah and every other Bible character it seems. While we were in Kentucky, I had to explain to him that he could not run around the house naked because his cousin Katie was there. ( I promise, we don't let him run around our house unclothed either.) He stopped and looked at me and said, "Naked LIKE MOSES". Now poor Moses is in the beginning with Adam and Eve. ha. We have specifically been working on Jonah and the Whale and Moses and the Bulrushes to help him get them straight. Now, we need to add Adam and Eve to our list. :)