Saturday, January 28, 2017

{Friday Photo Bliss}

On Fridays I post snapshots I have taken recently that make me happy. Sometimes I post these Friday images on Saturday, but they still make me happy.


Dimassi's Mediterranean Buffet before.


Dimassi's Mediterranean Buffet after.

Hollow leg?


We always make sure our kids have the fanciest playhouse in the neighborhood. 


And the  highest-quality building materials.


Imp giveth me flowers, Piper taketh away.


After a week of the "Cold From Hades!" we had to get out and have some fun.


The weather has been beautiful but the temperatures have been fluctuating from the 30's to the 80's the last week or two. Typical Texas winter weather. And I am not complaining.


I went to Spa Rita's and had an avocado/olive oil facial and hair treatment.

Yes, that is a plastic bag on top of my hair as I did not have a plastic shower cap.

I then had several back-to-back shampoos at Rita's Fine Shower Stall trying to remove the giant horrible oil-slick from my hair.

Don't try this at home.


Winter skies make me swoon.


I just can't stop staring at them.


Life is beautiful.

I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!!!

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4 comments:

  1. Love the playhouse! That takes imagination!!

    AB

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    1. Thanks AB. The boys had a blast building it. I love when they get creative with whatever they can find in the garage.

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  2. Boy, hollow leg isn't the word!! And I totally agree with the above comment, love the boys' imagination and creativity. Maybe they'll grow up and be engineers. ;)

    Enjoy the remainder of your weekend.

    Lisa D.

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    1. Thank you Lisa! I have to admit it is going to be exciting to see what they do when they "grow up".

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