7.18.2011

andrew henry's world...

This is a glimpse into the past week as seen through the eyes of my husband, Andrew Henry.



"When Jeanette shares her 'vintage finds' with you she doesn't show you what they look like when she brings them home.  Take note of the rust covered hinge on the left side of the above lunchbox; that is how she brought this thing home.  The one on the right is after I used steel wool to remove the rust.  When she finds these things she often says something about how 'we' can just fix this or that.  We both know who that 'we' is..."

Let's all have a great week - seeing as I ended last week with a giveaway win from Brooke over at S + B (which I read about on SilverStrands), I can't wait to see what this week might have in store for me.  Thanks Brooke!

12 comments:

jandjhome said...

This is too funny. Whenever I have a project, I also involve the we. My husband just rolls his eyes and helps.

Megan (Best of Fates) said...

So that's where I go wrong in my trying to buy things and make them look cool - not having a Henry!

Ren- Lady Of The Arts said...

That is a great before shot- I'm a big believer of 'we'- to me 'we' sometimes means I give my husband the idea-

bronwyn said...

Haha! I always say "we" when I really mean "he". Happy Monday!

angryparsnip said...

So funny...
There is a we... Jeanette sees the possibilities and you are the possibility maker !

Love the lunch box.

cheers, parsnip

Krystal said...

hahaha we both know who the "we" is :)

Tess Kincaid said...

love the "we"

Stitchfork said...

We - love it! And this brought back memories as my father used to carry a box just like this one!
xo Cathy

quintessence said...

Ha!! Chuckled when I read this one!!

lisaroyhandbags said...

My dad used to use a lunch box just like this. I remember my mom packing his lunch in it every night before bed. :)

pamela said...

oui! that of course means YOU.

MaiPie said...

Lucky to have such a (willing) handy man around!