Here are my answers to Cee’s questions for the latest Share Your World:
What would constitute a “perfect” day for you? I think a perfect day would be getting off from work on early summer day and enjoying the wind that blows thru your hair sitting in park setting and enjoying about 3 of your friends and laughing your head off and not worrying about what each other thought of each other. Whether we talked about good old days or what we have been doing since the last time we saw each other.
Complete this sentence: My favorite place in the whole world….. being in eastern Pennsylvania. Many of my ancestors are from there and I would like to look up them and visit with them. I love to drive around the amish and the covered bridges and old route 30 off turnpike is an awesome road to go thru all the little towns and stop at flea markets and just would love to tour around Pennsylvania to places I haven’t been to yet too.
Who was your best friend in elementary school (prior to age 12)? We moved around so much in grade school it wasn’t even funny. But I do remember having a friend in Claymont Delaware. We lived across the street from each other. We had quite the walk as we lived in a new split level housing development. Her name was Debbie Markley. I have often wondered what happen to her as we lost touch with one another. I remember spending a lot of play time with her. She was fair skin with red hair.
What inspired you this past week? Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination. I have my parents 1950 Kitchen set, at some point my mother changed out the seat and they are terrible camel brown color and it doesn’t match the table any longer. I always remember the seats being yellow and gray marble effect. But those seats are gone. The one thing I noticed is the seats that are on there now are straight but the metal chair part is wanting the back of chair has more of curverture in it. I have been watching Flea Market Flip on Sunday nights and decided I would like to bring my chairs back to the style cushions that once were on there. Might not be able to find the fabric, but I could find softer material to work with instead. So I am going to look into how I can go about reupholstering these chairs to their original style.