I got this little cutie today. She was accompanied by two adorable side chairs that I may go back to get another time, but for now she is the only one that came home with me.
She does need refinishing. Although she looks okay in the photo, the top is uneven and looks like someone tried to remove some water stains.
What do you think? Should I refinish her back to her original self? Maybe go for a lighter stain? Or a darker ebony? Should I paint her? I'm about to break out some aqua for a few other pieces. Not sure I can picture this little thing blue, but I definitely can picture her white or grey.
Tell me what you think?? How would you like to see her refinished?
And don't forget to thank a Veteran today! Happy Veterans Day friends!
It's our 11th Wedding Anniversary this month. So the title to this post is fitting because on the 11th year of marriage you are supposed to gift your spouse something of steel.
After 11 years together I'm feeling like our marriage is now made of steel. Not all steel, of course there are lots of other things that make up our marriage. But it has formed and woven together all these years making it strong and sturdy just like steel. So if the proposed 11 year gift is "steel" then we've already got it! (Although, I can think of a few new shiny stainless steel appliances I'd love to have too!)
How we got here: A powerful secret to a happy marriage
As I reflect back on the last 11 years I've stumbled across something and realized it is what has made our marriage work all these years. It has made our marriage stronger all these years.
It is something everyone does but often times are told not to do. More than not it is done incorrectly and can end up ruining a marriage.
It's an essential part of being human but often we refuse to participate in this activity because we don't like it or we are too scared of the outcome or we don't learn how to progress along with it.
But this act is the key to why my husband and I are still married 11 years later.
I am a mother of 4 small children. I am happiest when I am busiest and if the kids don't keep me busy enough I need projects to fill my days. I love Jesus and I love my family and I love the chaos around me for it brings the calm.