Help Me Decorate (AKA where should I hang our race medals?)
Posted Feb 23 2011 7:40am
Over a week ago, Jason brought me these love tulips:
And now they look like this:
They look super fragile, but they are still super strong! (and even in a super tall vase they fall over like that) I changed the water and trimmed the ends this afternoon and not one petal fell off – I hope they hold on tight because they are one of the nice reminders that Spring will be here soon. Here is my reality:
(Yes they have plowed since this picture was taken, but it gets my point across!)
I tried to keep dinner light, fresh and somewhat Spring-y:
A TJ’s chicken burger with grilled pineapple, romaine and avocado.
This is a race medal holder that I ordered from Allied Steel (and I first read about these on Healthy Tipping Point ) – for part of Jason’s birthday gift. His birthday is in March, so yes I gave him this gift early – because I want to hang it up! Right now it just sits on the kitchen table. Here are a few ideas of where I’d like to possibly hang it.
Option #1 is next to our front door:
I want to hang the medals in a place where people will actually see them! I am proud of them and so is Jason – so why not, right? We can definitely take down the picture to the right of the door and hang it there. But then it will technically hang in the dining room, which I don’t like the thought of.
Option #2 is at the top of the stairs:
We could easily move that painting of the Colisseum (that Jason bought in Italy) to a different room. Then, when people come in, it is one of the first things they see. However, I wonder if walking up/down the stairs or vacuuming the stairs would disturb it/make it scratch the wall/knock it down? although I have never knocked down that picture so I’m not sure why I’m concerned…
Option #3 is in the living room:
I *love* my crocodile and hippo pictures (no I’m not kidding so don’t make fun, thanks!) – but these could get moved. Here the medals wouldn’t be disturbed – but they wouldn’t be seen much (by guests or by us!)
If you see Spring will you please tell her to come to MN?