DH and I traveled up to Dallas for part of the weekend to visit our relatives. We greatly enjoyed visiting with my Mom and Dad. We also visited with my DBro and DSisIL and our two ever-growing nephews.
The rest of the weekend was spent on finishing up the patch on the inside wall where the old air conditioner leaked. Instead of cheap, thin paneling painted a gross khaki color, we now have a couple of scrounged pieces of OSB in that area. It's temporary until we can renovate the entire wall sometime in the future.
I actually like the OSB better than the khaki-colored paneling. I really dislike the khaki paint and the corresponding avocado green trim paint around the window trim that makes up the front and back walls of our den. I have to remind myself that it is temporary, although with DIY projects, temporary can last a long time. ;-)
DH did another thing that made him nearer and dearer to my heart this weekend. While he was in the process of patching the wall, he decided to go up in the attic and pull wire for a couple of plugs for that wall as it had none. My stitching lamp was powered by an extension cord that ran into the bedroom, and the window AC was powered by a heavy-duty extension cord that ran across the entire width of the den floor; we were constantly tripping over it. Thanks to my handy-dandy DH, the extension cords are gone!
Annie weathered the trip to Dallas well and was glad to get home to sun herself in the yard. For the first several weeks that we had her, we did not allow her to roam in the yard by herself as we took her out on a leash. We wanted her to get attached to us and the house before we allowed her full freedom of the yard via the dog door. She has now earned the privilege of full yard freedom and can come and go out the dog door as she wishes.
I didn't stitch much on "Bluebonnet Blooms" this weekend, and what I stitching I did manage, I had to frog, so no progress pictures, but one should be forthcoming soon.