In My Kitchen there’s actually a kitchen — at long last!
The Stove is nestled into its permanent place, ingredients and utensils are within reach (although I’m still rearranging those, lol!) and daily life is beginning to feel more like “me.”
Thank you… xo.
In My Kitchen The Fridge stands guard looking rather like Darth Vader — but I love it!
I’ve never had so much fridge/freezer storage in my entire life and I’m mindful of using it to its best advantage… preferably sharing food with others. Again, I can’t thank you enough!
(FYI, I plan to paint the kitchen walls an elegant light gray — right now they look kind of “busy” with the flooring, but — one ‘to do’ at a time.)
In My Kitchen is a Back To The Basics set of dishes with no frills attached, except for various pattern derivations that caught my eye beyond the original set. (Thrift store bargains… you know me! ;)
Sometimes starting with a clean slate — or plate — is the best way to go until you decide otherwise. Simplicity, anyone?
Speaking of which, here’s our makeshift “deck” for now — a 2 x 4 ‘landing’ constructed by TMOFW — but we’re grateful to be in the same spot. (Disregard the charred front yard debris… workin’ on it!)
In My Kitchen are about a hundred other blessings so I’m just going to post a “collage” to keep this short. We still have LOTS of work to do outside and in!
Necessarily so, I’ll be keeping my online activities at a minimum until the end of April (thanks for bearing with me), but please know that I LOVE reading your IMK posts, and thank you profusely for reading and commenting on mine. xo
Here’s a peek at what’s been transpiring…
In My Kitchen it’s been cozy, crazy, and busy, but I wouldn’t want it any other way. No matter how “life” presents itself make it your own… it’s the only one you’ve got!
This month’s IMK post is dedicated to Celia from Fig Jam and Lime Cordial who hostesses IMK graciously from “Down Under” — as well as each and every one of you who have unquestionably demonstrated what Welcome Home truly means.
Enjoying life every day and every day life,
P.S. Please stop by Celia’s blog to poke around kitchens the world over (great fun!) and also to wish her a Happy Half Century. ;)