Wednesday, September 12, 2012

A Working Lunch


Sometimes the work load is so heavy that you just have to eat lunch on
the job. 


Does that ever happen to you?





Love this "Amateur Builder's Handbook", although I am not an
amateur, but it does have some handy tips.  I love vintage tools and am
always looking for them to fill my tool box.  They may not be as 
efficient to use as modern ones, but they have so much style.



The weather has cooled off here, but we still have so many wild fires.
A friend called us yesterday to tell us that the property where we own our lot
was on fire.  Fortunately he had bad information and our property is safe, but 
4,000 acres have burned in the Wesley fire 13 miles from us.  I am praying
for rain because the area is so remote and steep that it's hard to stop the fires.
It's been a very active fire season in Idaho.

I am joining ~



Bentley is playing with his Daddy.  My husband adores that dog
and so do I!

Hugs,
Susan and Bentley




22 comments:

  1. We have had alot of wildfires here in Oklahoma this summer because of the intense temperatures. We are suppose to get quite a bit of rain starting tomorrow. Hope you get some rain up your way real soon.

    Judy

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  2. so glad your property is safe! love your reds and plaids!
    Karen

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  3. Love your plaids! Thank goodness your property is okay. Hope you get rain soon.

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  4. I love your "working lunch" setup! So cute. Working lunch for me is an apple in the car as I'm driving from place to place!

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  5. Your tartans are delightful!!! I just love the pieces. Praying for rain and relief.. xo marlis

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  6. The wildfires are so devastating. Hope the rains come soon! Love your working lunch. I am on the hunt for some plaid dishes! Hugs, Linda

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  7. Glad to hear the first missed you. The weather has been out of control all over the world this year. Yes, I ate a lot of times on the job when I worked.

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  8. Love your wonderful plaid builder's tea. "Builder's Tea" is a term in England for REALLY strong tea with lashings of milk & sugar. Not for me, though. Love your vintage setting! Happy VTT!
    Ruth

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  9. I love all the plaid!! So fun to see all of these displayed together! Happy VTT

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  10. I love all the plaids, they do look so fallish. I hope your area gets some rain and they get those fires out quick.

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  11. Oh my gosh, how frightening and traumatizing to hear your property is on fire! So glad all is well Susan. WHEW!

    Adore your vignette - I'm completely besotted with your little coffee pot, so cute. I hear it calling my name. :)

    Happy VTT!

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  12. Sometimes it was unavoidable to leave my desk for lunch too. Glad you are safe with the fire so far. My hubby and I are both woodworkers, very cool tape measure and book.
    Ann

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  13. All the wildfires are terrible. So glad your property wasn't affected.Love the plaid :)

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  14. i AM GLAD YOUR PROPERTY IS Ok AND i FEEL SO BAD FOR ALL THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE LOST THEIR HOMES. This is a cute tablescape! Love it.

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  15. Everyone should have such a cool lunch setup as yours! Glad to hear your property isn't in peril.

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  16. I love all the plaid. I hope you get rain soon to put out the wildfires.

    Carolyn

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  17. You know your plaids have me smiling, Susan. Glad to hear your property wasn't part of the fires. Will pray for rain.......Sarah

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  18. Your vintage plaid vignette is so appealing! And your blog header is gorgeous -- love it!

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  19. I love the tartan plates! And that vintage thermos is perfect!

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  20. The tartan plates are wonderful! They are on my wish list!
    Thanks for linking to Let's Dish!

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