Friday, April 29, 2011

Every Farm Table has a Story to Tell~

 I took these pictures of my kitchen table back a few months ago.
I was just GOOFING OFF with the camera really. 

It's a Farmtable. Tapered -legs. Lopped-off corners. Very light pine wood.  
Honey bought the wood at the Flea-market, the man told him it was from Arkansas; 
and I don't know that you can see it; but it is full of WORM TRACKS!  
...and dents and dings from school work and projects. 

But I love this table so... I just started clicking. 
 My husband MADE this table (He and my children) in September 1999. The week of the 13th thru the 19th
He took off work that week to care for our children-- 
We home schooled and so they were always home with me. 
Except this week.
 I was at the hospital. 
That is the week my Momma passed away. 
She never sat at this table. 
 But you see, she is still a part of the memories 
that have been made around this table. 

Linking here. 

God bless you 
and Thanks for reading! 

18 comments:

Prior said...

Oh, Pat I love it too...and it holds good and bittersweet memories ~ just love that Honey made it for you, too, so special.

Lezlee

Boho Farm and Home said...

Love your homemade table and also the story.
xo
Caroline

Granny said...

Your table is beautiful. As Lezlee said, it holds both good and bittersweet memories. It means even more that your husband and children made it. Have a blessed day.

bj said...

O, I love your farm table. Just knowing your sweet man and kids built it for you makes it so special.

My Cottage Charm said...

What a lovely table! Such a sweet gesture on your hubby's part that he made it and took the time to involve your kiddos! Beautiful memories!
Thanks for commenting on my raised planter beds over at Gail's blog..I appreciate your sweet words. I do LOVE my raised beds..they're providing us with yummy veggies too!
Have a great day
HUGS
Missy :)

Coleen's Corner said...

What a beautiful table! Made even more special with the story behind it. Definitely an heirloom to be cherished for generations. Nice, nice, nice!

Funky Junk Interiors said...

The unusual shape truly makes it one of a kind. And where it came from? Priceless.

Donna

The Boston Lady said...

Pat, what a wonderful table made with love by your husband and kids while you were saying goodbye to your mom. So many emotions all at once, but captured for a long time in your lovely table. Ann

Cindy said...

Your farm table is lovely. And it is so nice to have something in our home that brings such great memories. How nice that your hubby made it, too.
Hugs, Cindy

Sarah @ Modern Country Style said...

How lovely to think of all the special memories that the table must hold. The good and the bad.

I'm so impressed that your husband made this cracker on his own! It's lovely!

Sarahx

Karen said...

That is a beautiful table and it holds many memories. Thanks for stopping by and leaving such a nice comment.

michelle said...

Just beautiful! It is so wonderful to have memories tied to things that surround us. :)

Lindy said...

I love the table with its looped off corners. Sweet post ~ Lindy

red.neck chic said...

Oh my goodness - it's GORGEOUS!!! I love when furniture has a story to tell...

;-D robelyn

gail said...

A story to tell indeed, A very sad week, to be remembered fondly with this table for years. The thing is, apparently you got to spend time with your mom that week, which I know you hold dear to your heart... many don't get to say goodbye. It's so sweet that you hubs kept the kiddos busy with this wonderful project.
I love your farm table and everything about it.
Kitchens really are the heart of the home. :)
gail

nannykim said...

There is something so homey about pine! It also makes me think of a beach cottage we used to go to when the kids were little. It had pine on the floors and walls and was so cosy!

nannykim said...

cozy

Renee said...

Love your table