While she was cavorting, I quickly sanded her undercarriage and tighten some loose areas.
The sedate little lady got her top sanded.
I did leave some of the teething marks on the legs - too cute.
Yes, I see she needs a leaf lift on one side.
I promise I took care of that problem.
She had a screw loose.
Americana Decor Chalky Finish paint has become my favorite.
This is Primitive.
What white looks like after years of use.
Notice she has thrown those legs in the air once again.
She might be a loose woman.
A light sanding and buffing with a rough paper towel.
Two coats of Americana Decor Ultra Matte Varnish.
I put some clothes on her to take her beauty shot.
The drop leaf table is tipsy with excitement about her new look and promises to follow a straight and narrow path from now on.
See her before at Ridge Riding With Mom.
Speaking of my mom, I sincerely thank all of you for your thoughts and prayers. My mother has a disintegrating spine - she has lost seven inches of height in the last several years. The procedure she had done involved injecting a plastic cement to repair the broken vertebrae and stabilize the spine. The spine doctor also was able to retrieve some of the broken pieces. Unfortunately this is the seventh and last procedure he can do.
Ladies, I cannot stress enough to have a bone density test!
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