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Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Shhhh.. sometimes going green puts a lil' bee in my bonnet..
I wanted to sneak in one more post about a little pet peeve of mine... Those darn energy saver light bulbs.. Now I do love the fact that they help the earth and save a little money, but they aren't the cutest bulbs on the block' are they.. sigh When we moved into our new home here, my husband loaded us all into the truck and we headed off to Home Depot to buy new door locks and handles (which I enjoyed picking out) but then.... also a cart full of the CFL light bulbs to replace every single bulb in the house..
Now, a year and a half ago they didn't have the 'warm white version. The only option at the time was the (ughh) crisp white.. Which isn't the most flattering light I must say.. Since these light bulbs will last 10,000 million years I am stuck with the harsh light until they burn out by a natural death...
I was thinking I might try (gulp) dipping them in the prim little silicone mix to give them a lil' prim look? I know I know! It sounds scary! The thought of what could go wrong scares me also! But I think it might be worth a shot and a ton easier then trying to convince my husband we should respend another small fortune and re-replace all the crisp white bulbs with the warm white version.. I will keep you updated!
P.S. Do you want to know how much I love all of you? Well, I have been typing away here keeping my 22 month old busy next to me in his high chair. So far while typing, we have played peek-a-boo, ate Cheerios, and did a little coloring with toddler crayons and paper... The paper didn't last very long.. It seems he enjoys expressing his artistic ability much more when paper isn't involved.. He has made quite the masterpiece right on his highchair tray. I love you all enough to let him do that while I finished saying my lil' blog hello knowing I will be scrubbing the crayon off his tray shortly! lol I hope everyone has a wonderful day! Much love, Jobeth xoxoxox
Hello and thank you for visiting! Keeping the home fires burning is one of my most important jobs as a military wife and mother. Military life requires our family to be apart many times throughout the year. Creating a warm and cozy home for my husband and children to gather when times blesses us to be together is so very important to me..
I was so blessed to have purchased a few graphics and logo banners from Sheryl at Sheryl's Originals a few years back... She was such a nice lady to do business with and her work truly charmed my heart.. Her amazing talents will be enormously missed..