phew, what a week. It feels like I can barely keep my balance much less trying to keep all my plates spinning at the same time. I have never really seen anyone do that with the exception of television, have you? Must be some sort of circus act and I would probably be in the circus if I were able to spin them. Am I making any sense?
I had a dental procedure on Monday and holy heck I never expected to be this uncomfortable four days later. I'm looking like I got in a fight and came out on the losing end! Two black eyes, and one side of my face in numb, he must have hit a nerve. Add some chipmunk cheeks and I look absolutely adorable. So back to the plates; I have a dining room project that I had hoped to finish up this week but had to put on hold. I have wanted to have a small gallery/plate display wall for quite some time and even experimented with one last summer. We have a very small dining room, 8 x 8 at most and only one wall to work with. Each of the other walls have windows or doors to other rooms. Along this one wall I have my mother's china cabinet and while it is too big for the room I will not move it or change it up in any way at all. That leaves a very small area for my display wall. Let's just say that I have way more display material than wall.
When we were on our vacation odyssey last Fall I found some interesting plates in a thrift somewhere in Montana. I had wanted to add them to the display but I'm just not sure about it. take a look:
they all have a "signature" on them but there are no markings on the back. I haven't tried to find them online. What do you think? Would they be o.k. on a dining room wall or better in another room, girls bedroom? I'm counting on y'all to save me from myself here!
Hope you are keeping safe and warm. Wishing you all a sunny day!