Looking back through the pictures from last year, there was more accomplished than I realized. January always makes me dream of days like the one below.
Last January, I was wondering if we would have an Early Spring and we did.
Mama gave me a box of my old cards last February, that contained these old Valentines.
I was able to talk about My Kids, we took in a couple of orphaned kids. Turns out they were Clover's nephews!
Work began in the Attic Room. Furniture was painted, and the goal was to purchase as little as possible. The budget was $50, and I was pleased with the results, but the best part is that I didn't use hardly any of my budget!! You can read more here and here.
April was the month that 5 long years of begging paid off. My hubby finally screened in the back porch and the Barn Cats were evicted from the back porch! We created a New Porch Lighting fixture, on a budget of course.
May brought a scary situation, Emmett had to make a visit to the vet. You can read about that here. I know that I have a true friend, not many friends would be willing to ride with you to take your goat to the vet!! Thanks B.!!
A Backyard Garden was created.
Friends were given a Welcome To My Front Porch in June.
A glass of iced tea waits for you there! Wishing that I could as you to Join Me on the Porch right now!
My Farmhouse Bathroom made an appearance on the blog.
My love of pineapples was shared with you in the post A Symbol of Southern Hospitality in July.
There was also a Farmhouse Lunch on the newly screened back porch.
July found me Saying Goodbye to Clover. I still miss my silly and amazing friend!
August brought pictures of the Farmhouse Guestroom.
September heat was keeping me inside! Gran's Dresser was featured.
October brought South Georgia Snow a bit earlier this year.
This New Old Cabinet was repainted and given a fresh look.
November had us Walking for Daddy and the others that have experienced the demon called Alzheimer's. We participated in the Walk To End Alzheimer's, and plan to do so next year. Our desire to end this disease has not changed!!!
My bookcase got a face lift in a Bookcase Redo.
December was a difficult month. We lost Daddy, you can read more here.
January is the time that we plan for the next season. There is much for Kevin and I, to talk about. We know that there are some changes ahead for us, now is the time to plan for those changes.
Happy New Year to each of you and wishing a prosperous year, filled with love and laughter to you all!
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