Learn to like it

This is my weekend excitement:

I have been getting all the data entry finished started for taking a data disk to the accountant.  I will never learn to like data entry or tax stuff.

 

And this is what Steve has been up to:

Wow.  Bright huh?  Much darker than we thought.  MUCH darker than the paint chip.  Lots greener too.  We had hoped for a pale turquoise.

Like Steve says…. we will learn to like it.

I have a quilt top ready to quilt for our bed when we move to this new bedroom.  I thought the paint would go with it.  If the paint had been the color we thought, it would have been perfect.  I may make another quilt top.  Or …… we will learn to like it.

 

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12 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Vicki W
    Feb 19, 2011 @ 23:28:33

    That’s what I will be doing next week!

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  2. Cheryl K.
    Feb 19, 2011 @ 23:50:46

    On my monitor, your photo appears to show blue walls, in lovely contrast with wood framed windows – maybe you don’t have to learn to like it, you just have to look at it through other people’s computer monitors? I wonder what your planned quilt top would look like on my screen?

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  3. Shelley
    Feb 20, 2011 @ 00:54:13

    Any wonder why I’m working to change careers from accounting to quilting? I feel your pain… LOVE the color on the walls!!!

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  4. patricia wills
    Feb 20, 2011 @ 08:43:27

    I love the color!! but then i did not make a quilt to go with and then it somehow morphed!! But what i really wanted to talk about was the things my Gammill table holds at times!! Helps when i do the “moving furniture” thing, helps when i drag out the bins of fabric, holds the overflow from my cutting table and occasionally holds a top, batting roll, or the backing for a quilt i am quilting!! lol

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  5. Yvonne
    Feb 20, 2011 @ 08:48:29

    Could you do some sponge painting with a few shades lighter?

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  6. Tammie R
    Feb 20, 2011 @ 10:08:47

    Why do I find comfort that I’m not the only one who uses their quilt frame to sort papers? 😉

    I hate it when the chip doesn’t match the actual color. Maybe once you get everything put together, the quilt will look great with the walls.

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  7. Sharon Dixon
    Feb 20, 2011 @ 11:13:18

    I like the wall color already. I think it’s really pretty.

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  8. Kathy
    Feb 20, 2011 @ 16:39:08

    I like it now.

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  9. Kay Sorensen
    Feb 21, 2011 @ 00:45:28

    The world won’t stop rotating or spin out of control if you decide to paint the walls again in the color you really want.
    Please share this with Steve!

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    • Gayle
      Feb 21, 2011 @ 18:27:38

      Kay, he wouldn’t complain much if I decided to repaint. But I am not willing to go through the work of redoing it at this point. I am the one who has to do all the cutting in, and I don’t have the energy to spend on it. Now that the paint is completely dry and the baseboard back on, I really do like it. So does he. It is very cheerful compared to other parts of the house! Next decision is carpet.

      Reply

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