Some of you may remember that my wonderful husband, Steve, made me a new sewing table this summer. The top is smooth, the front edges rounded and also smooth. He sanded it, painted it, sanded it, polyurethaned it, and buffed it with steel wool. It felt perfectly smooth.
We bought two of these Danish-modern teak chairs for our living room last year from Century Modern, a store that specializes in mid-century modern furniture.
OK – one more shot from the ship. After I got done looking at the container ship I switched to the other side of the boat. It took me a while to see the lady peeking over the top of the building in the distance. I didn’t have my glasses on (that’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it) and I could not for the life of me figure out where I had see that image before.
The seas were a little bouncy and there was a lot of fog on our last day at sea. But it was relaxing to have no where to go and nothing much planned. I don’t relax much when I’m home because there is always something that needs doing!