…trailer

Dear Readers, Have I told you lately that I love you? Your constant encouragement, love and dedication to me and Blue Egg Brown Nest mean the world to me. I wish I could look into all of your eyes and tell you that I appreciate all your comments and emails. One day we shall all meet.

As you know, I am going to be moving into Luckett's at the end of September and am super excited about it! In order for this new adventure to work smoothly there are many things that I need to sort out. One very important piece is the moving of furniture and items.

In an ideal work, my moving vehicle of choice would be this.

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In reality, it will be more like this.

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Not so bad. If there can be an entire TV show where two pickers use a van then I can get away with that. Of course, DH thinks that may not be enough space either for weekly trips.

DH seems to think maybe a trailer is the way to go. Okay.

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But, it will probably look more like this:

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Well, this minus the horses, unfortunately. Probably like this in all honesty.

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Boooooorrrrring. I suggested painting it, but DH insists that I must have it professionally painted by, like, professional car painters or something.

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Hmmmm. Yes, must sort out. Soon.

 

Comments

  1. MaryLisa Noyes says:

    Just found your distressing tutorial on YouTube. Thanks so much! Doing an armoire I picked up for $100 and painted with AS old white. Getting ready to distress and wax.

  2. Teresa C. says:

    Lucky you. Maybe you could get your trailer “wrapped”, they could use your logo, etc and get some advertising while you’re at it.

  3. Hey Christen!
    I love you too and you can always borrow my horses!
    Pam

  4. I couldn’t live without my trailer….hikchik

  5. I loved my trailer. I actually use it as an indoor boutique at the outdoor vintage shows.

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