This one is a Dash & Albert, and I love it—perfect size, perfect color, just the right amount of that country look I so love. The problem, however, is that Mat One gets dirty. Like, really dirty. He's a bit of a perv that way.
Recently, I paid $30 to have mat
I purchased Mat Two.
Some of you will recognize him. He's from a very famous
I came down to the kitchen the next morning and noticed something unfortunate. Mat Two had a terrible, terrible smell. One that did not go away.
It broke my heart, truly, but I had to give Mat Two his walking papers.
This morning I was browsing around a local garden center. I am in the mood for spring, I tell ya. There were lots and lots of other Mats. Mats with roosters and dogs and sea shells. There was even a Mat that said "Go away."
Finally, I came across this Mat. He was conservative and sturdy, but not stuffy. So, I picked him up. If you're under 18, you should not be reading this!
Please don't judge me. I know I may be moving too quickly, but Mat Three is staying. I'm hoping we'll live Happily Ever After.
Oh, and here's what else I bought.
A pretty new plant. Score!
And last week I installed new hardware in the kitchen.
The old stuff was just too clunky for my taste.
There was a pillow at Home Goods I couldn't resist—Ralph Lauren for $24.00. Apparently, Maddie can't resist it, either.
Iris insisted on being included in this blog, although her pillow has been around for a while. It was a Tuesday Morning find.
So happy and grateful you stopped by to hear my sordid Mat story.