I know I said in this post that it would be my last post for the year. However, I just couldn’t let this year go by without thanking each and every one of you who stop by and check out what’s going on here. I am beyond, BEYOND grateful for you.
I’m approaching my tenth month of blogging and while I realize I am still a newbie blogger with many things still to learn, I absolutely love it. It’s been an enormous creative and writing outlet for me. I’ll even go as far to say it’s been therapeutic. My goal is to keep it entertaining and interesting for you as I follow along.
I’ll keep it short as I am in the throws of Christmas day, but again, thank you so much.
Wishing everyone a merry, merry Christmas. I’m spending the holidays with the people that mean most to me. This will be my last post before the new year and I will miss the blog so much! I’ll be busy traveling and doing the family thing. I’ll be back in the new year with exciting new things, like a newly-painted living room. Wahoo!
Before I go, here’s a funny video. Aaron works at Northlich (where I worked for several years post-college and where Aaron and I worked together for about a year) and this is their Christmas card.
I spy my little Biggie and yes, Aaron is shirtless. Lol!
Have you ever heard of the blog, Badder Homes & Gardens? I absolutely love it. I laugh my butt off frequently reading their posts. It’s a “site for cynical bitches who want their homes to look pretty.” It can be NSFW sometimes but it’s incredibly hilarious. If I have any complaint about the blogging world, it’s that sometimes people (including myself!) take decorating too seriously. This site is the exact opposite. It brings me back down to earth often.
A few weeks ago I read this post. And because of that post, I purchased this:
Smile - Gold by Hayley & Lucas for Keep Calm Gallery
I had a little bit leftover in my Christmas shopping budget and it will be perfect for above the mantel. Merry Christmas to me.
P/S: I just found out my RIBBA frame gift idea is on IKEA Hackers. Check out the tutorial on IKEA Hackers here.