After- with new colored pillows.
Before School room, no decorations
All ready for the student!
Modeling the new home school clothes.
New pillows on the chairs and a new table arrangement between the chairs.
I wanted to save my wedding dress for my daughter to use. When Maggie was here in June we took my dress out of the closet where it was stored and gave it a look. I was saddened. We've lived along the coast most of our married life. My wedding dress has moved about 11 times. I think the Alaska was hard on my dress. It has become yellowed and moldy. I am very, very sad.
I got the dress out yesterday and inspected it closer. I don't think a dry cleaner can rescue it. I sat my dress in a sink full of laundry soap this morning and worked on trying to get it clean. I think I got rid of the mold, but not the yellow. On the next sunny day, I'll lay it out in the sun and see what happens. The material in the skirt is salvageable if a future daughter in law wants to remake the dress. Ahhh. . . so sad.