As you all have probably noticed I haven't spent much time blogging lately. My life has been so busy something has to receive less time and attention. I decided to open a second antique booth in another small town close to Kansas City. Keeping two booths stocked and pretty is very time consuming and I also have to find things to add to my booths. One thing I have found while doing this is I love to adopt and restore orphan furniture. My youngest son has been aiding and abetting me in my quest by picking up curb side finds. So I am not the only one responsible for all the adoptees on the front porch.
Since the only place I have store all this bounty is my front porch it now looks like a used furniture store. With some pieces half finished and the rest waiting for my attention.
Really, they all do have potential for being beautiful, useful pieces that someone is going to love. At least that is what I have been telling my hubby. I thought he would he glad I am now adopting furniture instead of dogs. At least you don't have to feed them or take them to vet.
I know it's hard to see the beauty in this piece. But remember beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Before it became furniture storage my front porch used to be decorated for every season.
On the 4th of July she shined.