If we were having coffee: It Rained on My DIY Parade . . .

If we were having coffee . . .

  • I would ask how you’ve been. I was MIA for the last coffee share. I read and shared many posts but I didn’t write one of my own.
  • I finally finished reading, “Snow.” It took forever. Not in real people time. Just in my time. It took a whole week, when normally I can finish a book in two days.
  • I would tell you how it rained on my DIY parade this weekend. However, hope is not lost. Everything that was rained on is fixable. No major damage. I was very blessed this time.
  • I would tell you how happy I am that the same-sex marriage is legal. I feel weird saying Gay marriage because of this . . .
  • https://www.pinterest.com/pin/115615915408845975/
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/115615915408845975/
  • samesexmarriage
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/190347521724655287/
  • Now I can go to weddings of family members that aren’t out of the closet and those who are out of the closet. I mean . . if any of said family members want to get married. Everyone has options and that is awesome!
  • https://www.etsy.com/listing/236773953/mrs-mrs-mug-set
    https://www.etsy.com/listing/236773953/mrs-mrs-mug-set
  • I could totally make these mugs, right? Maybe after I finish my other DIY projects. I have five left out of five that I started last week. There’s still hope that I’ll finish something sometime . . .

Published by holley4734

I could be the worst cook in America. My boyfriend tells his friends about my cooking disasters. I'm glad someone is amused. I like movies, music, comic books and corny jokes.

10 thoughts on “If we were having coffee: It Rained on My DIY Parade . . .

  1. I love those two signs you got off of Pinterest. Yep, it’s just plain marriage no matter the sex of the two people involved – no qualifiers necessary.

  2. I’ve decided to mail rainbow glitter in envelopes to haters of the decision that should never have been an issue in my opinion. I’ll make it rain glitter on all the judgey assholes!

  3. Hurray for support of freedom to love each other. I was surprised when 2 people who are around our friends posted they were not in support of bring excited. Mark’s friend Kerbey was one . . . I responded I want my blog to be an open forum and allow people to not worry how they choose to love someone. And pushed “unfollow.”

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