This weekend seemed way too short, especially since I had to wake up extra early on Saturday to work. I mostly had a lazy weekend but started cleaning out our closet to paint it Saturday afternoon. Unfortunately, when I started painted I realized how bad the paint smelled. It was leftover paint from when we painted out living room but I used it after that to paint the guest room closet. I had to stop painting because the smell was so bad and took over the entire house.
Has this ever happened to you? I didn't think paint could go bad but there is something definitely wrong with this gallon. I haven't opened the white (also leftover) for the trim because I expect it is the same.
I was pretty bummed and then started feeling ill on Sunday so I guess my painting adventure will continue next weekend.
Oh I was thinking of painting a pattern on the back wall of the closet, any ideas?
Some of you guys may know I have two different Etsy stores that I sell my creations on. I just wanted to show you a peek of some stuff I'll be putting up within the next few days.
There are going to be some surprise notepads and notecards coming up too! Are there certain prints you would like to see? Comment down below.
I cannot believe how long of a time it's been since I last posted. Things have been hectic due to an accelerated American history class that required a lot of my time, but now I only have one paper left and it's back to my normal studies.
Which means back to a normal blogging regime!
So last time we spoke at the end of July, I had lots of ideas brewing they were put on hold. Now, with my newly energized fall burst of energy I can continue to do those things and more, but for this post I want to share an experience during I had during the break at Single Vision.
Single Vision is a wildlife refuge about an hour outside of Gainesville, Fl. They take in animals that were unwanted by owners or zoos. I was able to do the interactive experience and it was wonderful seeing all the animals up close. It was definitely an experience I will never forget and will probably go back and do sometime soon!