Second picture a bit blurry but we like them with my mom’s antique table.
I’m not sure if this part of the house with the siding photographs as well as it should–this is not your usual paneling. It was done in 1940 or so and is very expensive, nice paneling which is why my mother left it in this room when they added on and remodeled the house. Drywall in the front master bedroom.
My mom had very short formal chairs that belonged to my grandmother around the table and they just didn’t work. So we are happy with the new ones.
We are still resisting vaccination and totally opposing mandates. Something feels off on these vaccines. Especially if you study Europe and now they are vaccinating little kids in California. That seems insane. We know plenty of people injured or dead from this vaccine and others sick, one dead who were vaccinated. So many worrisome things. My daughter and son-in-law and his parents are recovering from Covid–his parents vaccinated, my daughter and son-in-law and grandson not. Our grandson was in intimate contact with his parents and never got it. He’s five. But I’ve been a bit distracted with that.
I’ve also been busy with visitors. Our good friends were just here for three days and we loved it and my husband’s brother and wife coming this weekend. We need to close our camp on Tues. and then plan for Thanksgiving and a surprise birthday party for my dad on Nov. 27th –90th — and that will keep me quite busy.
I’m trying not to watch too much garbage on the news. If Youngkin wins on Tuesday we’ll feel more optimistic about this mess, though not until election integrity is achieved.
Happy Friday. How are you all doing?