There is SO much still to do~finish before packing and leaving for the Main Street Market show—so I have to just “limp along”. . .
. . . really.
Last Friday, while I was working on the twin beds that will be going, a VERY strong gust of wind came out of no where and knocked one of the headboards down my leg. H a r d.
It knocked the wind out of me, and almost knocked me to the ground for the pain. And I could barely hobble into the house for an ice pack and ibuprofen. It swelled and turned all kinds of colors—instantly.
This is how it looks 4 days later. (getting better) Going to be interesting come Friday (loading) & all day Saturday (the show).
So—the offending bed. (the culprit is on the left)
Here are both -BEFORE.
◊ Mine (with the ovals) was found at the Elkhorn Flea Market, bf’s was bought from an estate sale.
I pressure washed both of them—they were that bad.
Then I made a few repairs, Kilz’d them, painted them, and upholstered the ovals of the Left one (that little culprit). Oh yeah~ someone sprayed the “oval” one with some of that awful textured spray paint that I had to sand down too.
Somehow the fabric puckered hot-gluing the braided gimp around it—??? arrrrrgh Now what—any suggestions? It has to be ready to go Friday!