What's not to like with this guy?
He is gray and chalky with a hidden bit of flash.
Plus he is hexagonal and six-legged.
Started with a very water-stained wood finish, scratched glass top, but nifty legs and a basket weave bottom.
I love a basket weave bottom.
Since the glass was scratched, I used Looking Glass spray on the back.
Two coats - should have used three!
While the glass was drying, I pulled out my discounted Krylon paint in Creekstone.
I did not particularly care for the mirror look so I covered it with two coats of blackboard paint.
Should have used three!
When I was laying on the chalk, I scratched the surface.
I will not even begin to tell you how much work that involved!
So the glass top ended up mirrored on one side and chalky on the other.
I was careful to leave dark areas instead of distressing.
The mirrored look.
Not as bad as I remember.
At Booth C-23 in Riverfront Antique Mall.
First, Maid Marion has been seen by the third and final tree doctor. The news is bad. She is structurally unsound and must come down.
Second, my mother had some more tests and is now being referred to an ENT doctor about her swallowing problem. Thank you so much for the good wishes and prayers.
Third, Willie went for a follow-up on Tuesday at Aiken Veterinary Clinic with Dr. Groover.
Here Willie is doing his best impression of Hannibal Lecter while Dr. Groover uses a torture device to relax the muscles around the wrenched disk.
Willie is walking better and the pain has decreased. He is slightly loopy after he takes his meds, but seems to be progressing fine.
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Feathered Nest Friday
A Morning Cup Of Joe at The Cottage Market