The reason I call this the Tuxedo table is because of its likeness to a pin striped suit. I guess I should have called it a pin stipe suit table (???) but it just doesn’t roll off the tongue well.
Without further ado, this is the new Tuxedo Table:
Before and after - front shot:
Before and after – side shot:
And just a few more for your viewing pleasure:
UPDATE ON RITA’S LIFE:
I totally forgot to post about this earlier but I’ve been out of the old job now for a few weeks. I’ve been busier than I could have ever imagined but thoroughly enjoying every minute of it. And the kids (and dogs) love me being home when they get here after school.
I start a new job the first week of December. It’s working with a special friend of mine so that is always a blessing….and guess what, she says more than good morning when prompted (that’s an inside joke). It’s temporary but it’s sounds interesting. Plus I realize I can’t stay home forever as much as I’d like. So I’m pretty excited
Curbside Creations…this is always a good topic. I’ve been selling furniture just about every week but know it’s not a fulltime gig. NOT YET! It never really was which is why I stayed so comfortably at my old job. I have a child going to college and a child with depression not to mention I have my own meds so between the three of us I know how much I need a month and don’t cut it with my furniture biz. It’s enough to give me spending money and a fun creative outlet, but I just don’t have the following I need to do it alone. I need to start investigating cheap advertising!!
I hope I didn’t bore anyone and if you actually read all of this, I love you!
If you feel you must comment and tell me what an extra special person I am, I won’t stop you.