Well, yesterday was the big day. We didn't have a huge turnout, but we had a nice turnout. Thank you to all who spent a part of your Saturday with us. There's always such a wonderful kinship with women who LOVE homes. So fun to be around all of you!
I wasn't able to run over to Susan's house yesterday, but I know I missed out because everyone who came from her home said it was just beautiful. I had seen it Friday morning, but all of the final touches were lavished on it Friday night. Wanted to share a few pictures with you...
Love, love, love this vignette!
Guessing this is a vintage table cloth used as a slipcover. Charming!
By the way, we were ALL in love with her beach-inspired cottage floors. We all want them!
Simplicity at its finest...
One of Susan's many cute sitting areas in her yard.
I may need to stuff that pansy pillow under my shirt one day and hope she doesn't notice!
My parents arrived on Thursday at 3pm. They worked tirelessly until we opened our front door on Saturday morning. Who knew I still had that much to do!
My dad took my fountain completely apart and cleaned the inside and the outside. Who does that?
This crazy guy does!
One of my favorite vignettes in our backyard...
One of my most favorite things to do among all the flowers and beauty.
And what's a spring home tour without an ample supply of cookies and lemonade?
I spoke with Laurie from Vintage Garden & Bloom at the end of the day and she said that her store was filled with new customers. Yay! That was the plan. So glad more girls have discovered her cute little store.
So I had prayed that God would direct my steps regarding this day. Should I or shouldn't I invest my energy (or lack thereof some days) into this home tour? Does He want me to do this? Does He have other plans for me? You know my motto -- not my path, but His.
Well, I was flooded with peace even despite an emergency ultrasound for a possible blood clot. Blood clot, shmod clot!
He very easily answered my prayers by leading me to Susan and her willingness to open her home after another friend of mine decided not to. He blessed me with an abundance of energy and good health leading up to the event. And though we didn't have as many girls as we did at our Christmas home tour, I know seeds were sprinkled yesterday. That was His plan.
Well, as I look out my back window as I type this, I can see that the many flower pots sitting out in the sun are in need of a drink. I'm going to grab my hose and go.
Again, thank you to all who supported our "can't do cancer without God" spring home tour. You are the best!!!