That title got you in here, didn't it? WELCOME TO THE SH#* SHOW!! No, but really, we need to discuss something serious. A few months ago, my husband (the hoarder that he is) brought home some candlesticks from a former co-workers office. Let's just say the situation on how he got them wasn't ideal. NO… Continue reading I’ve Been Using Karma Incorrectly and I’m Guessing Tori Spelling Has As Well
To be honest, I was a little sad about putting up the fall decorations this year. Look how summery it is in hereeeeee. Sigh. But fall is upon us and I only had one day to put it up and out, so I decided to light a pumpkin candle and get it over… Continue reading Fall Home Tour 2018-The Same as Summer, Only More Orange
I went to Goodwill back in November and I never wrote about it. I know. I need to turn my blogging credentials in. I feel compelled to talk about it for a few reasons. 1- it gives me something to write about when I have nothing else to write about. 2- it lets me… Continue reading My Trip to Goodwill. Back in November.
I love this little cart. It is one of my most favorite parts of my home. First published December 5, 2016 A few weeks ago, my husband spent half a Saturday helping our neighbors set up a wood play area in their backyard. In my day, we called play areas "swing sets" but now they are… Continue reading My New Green Cart
****Warning. This is an extremely long and newsy post. You might want to get a box of Little Debbie's and a glass of milk. I will wait. **** By the way, I started this post on February 15th. In case you were wondering how efficient I am. Go to any DIY blog and I can… Continue reading Home Tour 2013- How I Decorate on The Cheap Without Looking Like a Floozy
Wow, can you believe 2013 is almost here? I am still having trouble writing 2012 on my checks. This year has been a pretty amazing year in my blogging bubble for so many reasons. BlogHer adopting me, meeting amazing new blog friends in person (they actually do exist!), and meeting all of you new friends who come… Continue reading Favorite Projects of 2012