Happy Christmas Eve!
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Happy Christmas Eve!
Alright folks, it’s time. Numi is at Doggy Camp, events are through, jobs and school on break – it’s officially Christmas break! I wish your December to be merry, bright, and full of love, food and joy. See you in the New Year! with love, j
Last night we had a fabulous event for a great group of people. Great food, decor, friends, and one very, well….interesting kitchen. Today my feet are still aching, but all I have are happy memories of a job well done. The quietness of the house today was welcome, and I’m enjoying the last day or […]
I’ve always played it safe when it comes to my hair. Normal color, normal cut, nothing too edgy – played it safe. And yet…every time I go in for my normal cut I flirt with the possibility of doing something different. Yesterday I decided to get a grip and go for it. Bangs. Sure, […]
Fab gift guides from Design Sponge – I love love love. I’ve been pining for wellingtons for years now…check out these colors! Um, one pair in each color, please?! As far as the rest – I’d like one of each, a-thank you. In preparation for our Parisian Summer adventure, I am feeling particularly drawn to […]
Here are a few old school shipping tags that I dressed up to make our Christmas packages a bit more shnazzy. I thought I’d share them with y’all – You can print them out on Cardstock or label paper…or use them in digital design. Have fun!
So now that MR is through with this quarter, it’s really starting to feel like Christmas. Having my guy around makes everything better, and even things like addressing Christmas cards is more fun. Our tree is up, the first present has been wrapped, and we are still living in a winter wonderland. Yes, Bach is […]
Today marks the end of MR’s first quarter at EWU – his first round of Graduate classes, his first time teaching a class of his own, his first foray into Bus travel on a daily basis. I could tell you all about how his professors love him, how his students love him (like, really…they’re in […]