On My Dining Room Table

All sorts of things go on on my dining room table and rarely is food involved. Some days it’s H with a couple of computers working on some super secret project. No photos allowed!

Sometimes it’s a prep space for holiday decorating. The pumpkins got multiple treatments this year. N did them all himself. Just a tiny bit of supervision with the carved one because kids and knives can be a bad combination.

Sometimes it’s missions to space, well not really, more like cub scout rocket day. When the rockets were launched they tried something new, shoot them until they’re lost. That’s what happens when the Dads run the show. All the rockets have contact info written on them in the hope that the finder will contact the scout and return them.


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6 Responses to On My Dining Room Table

  1. YarnyDragonfly says:

    Nice job on the pumpkins, N!! What is it about the dining room table that just attracts all sorts of weird projects to it?? You don’t even want to know what is all over my dining room table! šŸ™‚


  2. Kepanie says:

    Cool rockets. I have never done that. I miss carving pumpkins. My dad always buys one and I would carve it.


  3. ellen says:

    Rockets & Jack-o-lanterns, an excellent use of space in my opinion. I love that there is a whole area that can be utilized for crafting good times šŸ™‚ sometimes our apartment is too small!


  4. Marilyn says:

    Love the pumpkins! Our boys did rockets. It was so much fun. I hope someone finds their rockets and sends them back…


  5. chrisknits says:

    That’s my ottoman. I mean, the thing is 54″x54″!!! It just begs to be filled up with knitting, newspapers, dogs, remotes, shoes, you name it.


  6. Pat(ricia) says:

    The center of the universe revolves around tables – front and center for all things of all sorts – and it is usually all good. Love the images — creative spaces šŸ™‚


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