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//What April’s Summer Looked Like!

What April’s Summer Looked Like!

Hi Friends!

I’ve been told Summer is winding down, and Autumn is approaching. Frankly, if it wasn’t for school starting back and the change-over that is happening in our store, I wouldn’t believe it. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my summer. Do you know why? It’s all because I made time to do some things that April wanted to do, not just the things that The Added Touch needed to do.

My summer started with creating a new flower bed and tending to older ones (prompted by an outdoor party!). I’m sharing a few flower pictures with you, just because they bring me such joy. Then there was a vacation, a vacation to remember for me! Then I came home and did some serious purging and reorganization of the whole house (including garage, utility room & my workroom) There was a bedroom and full basement that I repainted and did a little redecorating in, too. Oh, and I dusted and redecorated that rather large “plant shelf” across the whole living room wall and in the kitchen. (A lot of trips up & down a 10ft ladder!).

We moved a lot of furniture in and out of the house this summer – of course it involved several flights of stairs each time (there’s a real theme of stairs and ladders for me). I read a few books, and every time I thought I could spare 15 minutes, I would eat my lunch on the back porch. That’s when I would dream that I was sitting near a pool, which never actually happened.

So that was my summer. I want to hear about yours! Come see us at our Autumn open house that is just in two weeks. I know, we’ve been talking about it for so long but it’s really almost here. Just like cooler weather so you can wear your boots and leggings will soon be here.

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By |2018-10-14T22:18:19+00:00August 22nd, 2018|Updates|0 Comments

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Debbie Futhey is, along with her husband Joe, the owner of Memories of Home.

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