As much as we do love pink, I ultimately decided that we better switch our house back to gray.
Goodbye, pink house.
You were fun for a day!
The pink house photo managed to momentarily confuse my sister, who thought to herself, "They just painted their house not that long ago." And I made my mother gasp in horror, despite the fact that she lives next door and knew full well we had not painted our house.
Then she told me I have too much time on my hands.
Ha. Photoshop made painting the house a mere 3-minute job. If only all paint jobs were so easy!
One thing I do have going for me if I should ever paint my house pink? Jason is red/green color blind so he can't tell the difference. I showed him the pink house photo, and it looks exactly the same to him as the gray house photo.
There are so many ways I could take advantage of Jason's color blindness...
The actual home improvement project that we had going on around here was much less flamboyant.
We got a new sink faucet. Isn't it pretty? We had a white one before...
But probably around the time this picture was taken, the sink started leaking. We expertly handled the leak by placing a pan under the sink, and emptied it occasionally. I know. We're so super duper handy that way.
It was getting annoying though. And ever since the kitchen make-over, I have wanted a brushed nickel faucet to match the cabinet handles.
Jason thinks I might have purposefully broken our old faucet, but I promise, it broke all by itself. Unless I suddenly acquired the ability to think an object into brokenness. In which case I should try thinking about our washer and dryer a little harder. I have really wanted a front loading pair.
Anyway, new sink faucet. Expertly installed by my dad.
It's pretty. It's not pretty in pink, but it's pretty.
So there you go! It's no pink house, but I'm still happy--or should I say "tickled pink"--with my new faucet.
Here's to April!