Happy weekend, friend!
Another week in the bag, and I’m still working on THE LIST, aka “must be done before I tackle the kitchen reno.” Are you on the edge of your seat for the kitchen reno? Same friend, same!
This week I shared all the tips for painting your front door.
This little kitty is in a few of my photos, and I think she takes any photo from drab to fab, don’t you agree?
As most of you know, we have three cats who made the big move to Canada with us. They are now exclusively indoor cats because of the wildlife situation around us. Yesterday afternoon I found the door blew open by the wind.
Trixie was sound asleep, unaware of anything. I found our senior lady, Blossom, standing on the porch just outside the door. She is limping so badly these days; I don’t think she had any desire to wander off.
The youngest of the three, Tessie, I found in the neighbor’s yard. I was utterly surprised when she came running like a dog (very uncatlike) when I called her. The snacks at our house must be really good!
In other exciting news, I got offered my first brand collaboration this week! A milestone for me and the blog! According to the tracking detail, the product should arrive next Wednesday, but more on that later.
Are you ready for this week’s shares? Grab a cup of coffee or tea and get cozy in your favorite reading spot.
What are we reading this week?
Melba’s ground cherry salad looks fantastic, but so does everything she grew in her garden this summer. She makes gardening look like art.
I refer to my friend Michele as the queen of wallpaper. Her designs are bold and refreshing, just like this gorgeous guest bedroom. Isn’t this wallpaper just amazing?
Renae shows us how to create a rustic and elegant fall tablescape. I love this color combination!
Good advice from a designer: What you need to know about designer showrooms.
And a few more…
Wondering which DIY projects add the most value to your home? This is it!
If you love trailing vines but have concerns about possible damage, read more about them here.
I’ll be saving this recipe for these Easy to make Pumpkin Bars
That was a mouthful! And now?