Nov 29, 2015

Is this really Sunday?

I'm sorry.  I am a day off as usual.  It's the newspaper's fault.  I can tell what day it is by what supplements are included and they have been loaded with the same everyday.  But it is Sunday isn't it?  I will be posting photos of the boxes ready throughout today and tomorrow night (Monday) at 8pm the sale will be open.  I will post beforehand.  There will be another batch later in the week after I talk to Staples.  Again.  This HP Officejet Pro is way off on color.  I use my photos, they print yellow/green cast and way too dark.  I scan, it's much too light and washed out.  I copy, dark and bluish.  I'm taking some labels into the store to print on the floor model and if they are better, I am asking to switch out the machines.  I've had so much trouble and wasted hours and hours trying to lighten them.  So what's good will be tomorrow.  No other boxes were available at the shop but I am keeping a few unfinished for any special requests. 
My sister is still very sick and we've been running food and soup over plus once again, I am running around for her grandkids' and great grandkids' Christmas gifts.  When you don't have a lot of money, you appreciate and must participate in these weekend offers and I got almost all that she wanted.
I haven't been browsing many blogs or Facebook these past two weeks but happened to spot a decorated door on a brief browse of Pinterest,  Couldn't help myself, had to copy it.  Of course my neighbors were laughing and shouting "it's Christmas - not the 4th of July".
It may stay, it may go. 

Well, I have work to do so I'll see 'ya tomorrow.  And what day would that be?  Monday?  I'll make a note and pin it to my sweatshirt.


Barbara Shores ~ Village Folk Art said...

To me, Patriotism is not a season ... it is always.

LOVE it and I love the way people share their ideas.


Barbara Shores ~ Village Folk Art said...


It just needs some snow...

Robin in Virginia said...

I totally agree with the above poster about patriotism being an always. I like your door décor, Marly. It has a simple elegance about it. Enjoy your Sunday because tomorrow is Monday.

Marilyn said...

I would keep it, I love it!

Barb said...

Sounds like you have a lot on your plate right now. I love your door. Years ago I got a wonderful copper boiler, all my friends thought I was crazy. It still sits in my dining room and holds catalogs! But more importantly, I still love it!

Jo Ann said...

Keep the flag ~ always in good taste !

Jacqueline said...

The flag is always in good taste.. Sorry to hear about Carol.

Merry Wind Farm said...

Hi, Marly, pls let me know if you see this, as they always come back with Mailer Daeman. I feel just terrible if you don't like the HP office jet pro, since I recommended it. I love mine! Did you get it at Staples? Surely they can help get it set up for the color you like. I have to admit that I don't print large sampler pictures with lots of color like you do, I print mostly charts. Hope you can get it cleared up.

Penny said...

I love your door, Marly! Sorry you are having such problems with your printer ~ hope you can get them worked out. And very sorry to hear about your sister.

Primitive Stars said...

Love it Marly, please keep it on the door.Hugs Francine.

Penny said...

Love your door, Marly!! It's beautiful. I have an old bunting at the top of my fireplace that hangs down on the sides. It stays up all year, and I love the way it looks with all the different seasonal decorations.
Sorry your sister is so sick again. Glad you could get the presents she wanted... I'm sure that it helps to have that off her mind.
Have a happy week ahead!

diamondc said...

Marly: I will say some prayers for your Sister to get better soon.
You are such and angel to take soup and other food to her.
Love the door, I would leave it up you did a fantastic job, I like your better.

Merry Christmas

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