February 14, 2012

Valentines Day ♥

Happy Valentines Day Lovers ♥

Look what I got !

Today The Hubbster and I spent a romantic day painting the verandah handrails!

Husbands are strange creatures. 

First he says "don't put the paint on too thin.."...an hour later he says "don't put the paint on too thick".

Then he says "watch out for the paint beading....."

I haven't done alot of painting which was obvious today when I stood on the drip tray and walked paint all over the deck.


Christine Macdonald said...

Ha ha ha your hubby sounds like many men I know!

Such beautiful flowers for a lovely lady. :)

I LOVE your home project, too.

What a fabulous day to spend working on your home!

Happy Valentine's Day,

Karla {Ironmum Karla} said...

Nice work, love painting for the first hour or so....backseat painters don't you love em;)

Nat - Muddy Farmwife said...

Gorgeous Flowers.
Loving the railings and the awesome verandah!

Norlin said...

Hahah...reminded me of my husband who was complaining about my workmanship when I was helping him with the caulking before we painted our house...he ended up paying someone else to paint the house (thank goodness) But...apparently I did a much freaking better job than the painter, that he had to pay!! LOL!

Mrs Woog said...

Your place is going to be beautiful! xx

LisaW said...

Sounds to me like he wanted your help...but should have done it himself! lol. What are you going to fill the rails in with?

Beautiful flowers btw.

River said...

I love your verandah! The flowers are pretty nice too.
Oh look! Here's that two word verification thing....

Farmers Wifey said...

Yes the verandah is good, and big, and just waiting for me!!!!

Nicky Singh said...

Always nice to receive flowers, especially on Valentines Day! I hope that you enjoy them!

Nicky Singh

Farmers Wifey said...

Thanks Nicky, I loved them xxx

Mimsie said...

I love your home...the right type for Australian conditions too.
At 80 and 82 we decided against buying cards for each other and cut flowers don't last long in Perth's hot summers so just said "Happy Valentine's Day" to each other.
Thinking about what we would be having for dinner that night I asked MOH if we should buy dinner. Immediate answer was "Chinese?" to which I said yes so we enjoyed a lovely meal to celebrate yet another Valentine's Day together.