I think my sister and I developed a taste for cool, toned down colors in reaction to Mom's tastes (although my tastes are a lot more eclectic than my sister). Our mom loved bold, warm colors like red and brown and purple. My sister likes everything in neutral/soft palettes. Houzz calls it Transitional. It's not quite contemporary … Continue reading before/after: ewash bath
I didn't manage to write something new for the blog this week, but my post did go live on Thought Catalog. The first draft wasn't accepted, but I was thrilled to see the second iteration go live. The subject of this post is a little off topic then my usual blog posts, but being single has … Continue reading i did a thing
Since Instagram shows you insights about your posts (because so many people have turned social media into a business), I decided to give mine a look. What were my most engaging posts? What did my friends and family like to see from me?
What one event, big or small, are you going to tell your grandchildren about? Moving into my own home and living on my own. I can see myself years from now, driving down the road I live on now and saying, "There it is! My first house!" If you had to describe your 2018 in … Continue reading 2018 in review
"Mary did you know that your baby boy would one day walk on water? Mary did you know that your baby boy would save our sons and daughters? Did you know that your baby boy has come to make you new? This child that you've delivered, will soon deliver you " Merry Christmas friends! It seems … Continue reading christmas 2018
To preface my week of Jane Eyre, as I am now calling it, I will admit this: after the first few days of my newfound obsession, I realized that I usually only become this emotionally and/or creatively enthralled during certain "times" of the month. You know, if I'm going to be crazy about something, classic British … Continue reading a week with jane eyre
To my friends and family that follow along, sorry for going silent for a month! Here's a quick update.