A quick re-design of the crafting sewing closet.
No kids. No husband. I am in a Lyft, heading to the airport for a long weekend to New Orleans. Just saying this, I can hear Harry Connick Jr.'s voice talkin' in my ear. The south. I've never been. Well, not since I was a young girl on the cusp of my thirteenth birthday, traveling… Continue reading Annual Girls Trip: New Orleans 2019
If you have been following me, you will know that this lady loves her cocktails! 😉 Some of my favorite posts have been the Crimson Kiss, the Salty Bunny, and most recently The Clover Club. When we reconfigured our kitchen, we lost our "bar area". Now, don't get too sad for the signature cocktail queen. … Continue reading Where’s the Bar?
May is upon us and we have so many things to celebrate: Mother's Day, Teacher Appreciation Week, a few special birthdays (my son, my sister, my friend April, ... 😉 ) and of course, one of my favorites: MAY DAY! When I was a little girl, I can remember going early before school started and dropping… Continue reading May Day Art
Many years ago, even before I got married, I was part of a book club. Oprah started her book club in 1996 and everyone was joining along. It was a wonderful reason to get together with other intelligent women, sipping wine and analyzing the story we had all experienced that month. Some were fantastic reads… Continue reading Bookshelf Styling
Have you ever met someone and from day one you knew you would be friends? Last year I met an amazing woman. I liked her from the start but I didn't know how much I would like her until she mentioned she was going to a vintage show at the fairgrounds in Washington. A girl… Continue reading A Love for Vintage
Ok, so, I have to laugh at myself. Last year was my first year on the Art Lit committee at our school. Our team of 4 parents teach 6 lessons on famous artists to the student body. My part of the team was to come up with the step-by-step production that the kids create and… Continue reading Bulletin Board Day