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August 22, 2012

Hey everyone!  I’ve been feeling slightly under the weather today – it must be all that running around getting ready for back to school and my new exercise routine – I’m drained!  I decided to give myself the afternoon off with a movie on the couch and some homemade thirty minute minestrone in the hopes I’ll be reenergized!

Tomorrow (Thursday) is a great day for any of you with burning DIY questions – if you’ve got one be sure to ask it over on the True Value Facebook page where I’ll be sitting at my computer answering questions as they post.

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10 Responses to “Ask Me!”

  1. Allison says:

    Hope you feel better soon Kate!

  2. Jackie W says:

    I recently tried my first DIY project, yay! I spray painted my medicine cabinet using the vaseline technique so it would look distressed. I love how it turned out but it scratches very easily. Should I put a protective coating on it? And if so, what?

    Thank you and hope you feel better soon!

    p.s. I want to do my fireplace casing next!

  3. Hope the minestrone does the trick Kate! I tried it when your first posted about it, it’s one of our favorites! :)

  4. Jessie says:

    You’re doing the right thing Kate – Hot soup and rest – that’ll do it. Feel better soon, eh. Couldn’t help the “eh” – I’m Canadian.

  5. Ronnie says:

    Oh my gosh! I felt the exact same way
    Yesterday! I watched The Hunger Games
    on the coach and just relaxed. I think it is
    the change of seasons coming as well as
    back to school stress! We all need to
    recharge…take care!

  6. Erin says:

    Hope you feel better! I just made my favorite minestrone a few weeks ago, and it definitely helped.

  7. Hope you are feeling better!!! :)

  8. Hope you feel better soon!
    Debbie

  9. CentsationalGirl says:

    Hi Jackie, spray paint on metal can definitely scratch, the only thing you can use over it is a spray Polycrylic, that might help!

  10. Jackie W says:

    I’m sorry, I should have specified…it isn’t metal but that ugly orangey press wood. My bad!
    Should I still use the spray polycrylic on that?
    Thanks so much!

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