Friday, July 17, 2015

Penny wise and pound foolish!

Yes, that's right.  I was going to do my own mani/pedi and I not only spilled my polish but I spilled it ON the rug, the sofa, the ottoman, and the floor.  I guess I'll wait until Steve and Jane come again and see what they say about getting it out but I don't think it's going to happen.  Buggers.

So today my WCK is coming to see me.  It's really sweet that he drives four hours each way to spend a few hours with me.  He has so much work up there now it looks like he'll be there for quite a while.

My hair is still soft, I hope it stays that way.  It's not frizzy either.  She said it would last a few months before I have to do it again.  It was seriously out of control before I did this.  Wild and frizzy and the humidity made it grow fat and curly and wild and did I say wild?

So have a lovely Friday y'all.  I sure will too and I might be...


  1. Nail polish remover on a q-tip might get some of it off. You aren't the only one to ever spill nail polish. My dust ruffle and comforter have a spot or two from years back. Good luck with it!

  2. Oh my, I have done the same thing with nail polish. Sure hope that it can be removed somehow, and do let us know when you find out how it can be done!
    Have a wonderful weekend.

  3. Why not dropping other colors on the place and make it rainbow. I've never polished my toes so I've never had that problem. Sorry I can't help you there. Ask your friends around and maybe they can help you. Check on Google. Smile Bee, your WCK is coming to see you. That's something great, isn't it?
    Have a lovely Friday my gorgeous friend. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

  4. Bee, Here is a helpful hint...Newspapers girlfriend.. I always put a piece of paper under my polish, and keep a paper towel ready for wipes. I will say your toenails are nice and red now , your feet and legs have a great tan too. We live and learn, don't we Bee? I am glad you are expecting fun company. Enjoy your day. xoxo,Susie

  5. Experience is always a good teacher, right?! Bugger.

    Big hugs, honey...

  6. I'll bet the air was blue for awhile. LOL

  7. Yikes on the nail polish. I've never been able to get nail polish off anything but my nails.

    Have a great time with the WCK. Big hugs to you and my very best to Roche. ♥♥♥

  8. My heart stopped when I saw the photo. I thought it was blood and you had cut yourself. So relieved that is was nail polish, though I know you were distraught over the accident.

  9. If Steve and Jane can't fix it, try the q-tip/nail polish idea. My niece tried to paint her nails when she was almost 3. She had a similar result! I laugh now.... I didn't bother with the carpet, because it is not in a highly visible area, and when I see it I think of her. I did have to get a similar shade off the bathroom door, and I dipped a q-tip in nail polish remover (I think it was acetone), blotted it, and dabbed the q-tip on the door and door handle. The polish came out without damaging the paint or the finish on the handle. Good Luck!

  10. That's why I don't use polish. I hope you get it out.

  11. oooooooooooooooo, that is one reason #100 on my list why I don't have rugs in my home.
    Also, Young Lady, no more painting your nails in the living-room.
    I would google it pronto... before it dries.

    cheers, parsnip


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