What "good Kathy" didn't do was believe the web site. Nope. Didn't think they had the right information. And, yes, today is Wednesday and I knew that when I drove to the dump.
We shall consider today a tarp testing trial run, okay? And, at least, the truck is all loaded for a journey tomorrow morning when, hopefully, there will be less wind. By the way, the tarp worked just fine. I knew you wanted to know.
In the meantime, look what I rescued from the dump! Well, actually, I didn't go dump picking - I just didn't throw away this pair of jeans.
Well, and to further clarify, these aren't really jeans - at least not any more. This is my awesome purse which I love!
Happy recycle, upcycle, redo, reuse, or re whatever - this is my ready-to-go hold everything cowgirl saddle bag. Ye haw!
And it is a perfect answer to the Blogging Business Artisans challenge for June!
"June- AntiquityTravelers - June is a month for weddings. But how about a bit of twist on the saying "something old, and something new" .... does anyone 'upcycle'? How do you take an old item and make it new? How about reworking an antique? Anyone do steampunk? how about quilting with fabrics from clothing that has memories to you? ... any other ideas?"
How about them road apples?
Some road apples are better than others. We have a few roads closed around the Prescott area due to the Doce fire. I can see it from my front porch, though it is about 35 miles away.
Please be praying for the firefighters and the people in that area. Current information about the fire can be found on the Yavapai County Emergency Management website.
Watching and praying,
PS My zipper pull says "got Jesus?" I do and I am really glad that I do!