Pillow Talk

It all started with this FB add…. I”ve been pinning a ton of this color lately when looking home furnishings pics. I love that deep turquoise, almost green, but in VELVETS and accented by Fur (faux of course) for fall and into holiday instead of the traditional reds and greens. So of course I lookContinue reading “Pillow Talk”

Curb Appeal

It has come to my attention that I haven’t put in nearly enough effort in the fall transition on the front porch. Honestly? It’s still summer; Technically AND in my head. Many of you are familiar with my favorite hashtag of all time #lovesummerhateeverythingelse. I can’t take credit for this tag but I do borrowContinue reading “Curb Appeal”

I don’t do Halloween, part 3.

So this is the third year I’m writing about this and the truth is that I now do Halloween. After years of diffusing it and making it not so fun… I’m all in. This is partly due to the fact that I now have a few more hours a week (like 15-20) where I’m notContinue reading “I don’t do Halloween, part 3.”

on the cusp

Memorial Day weekend is such a tease. What I’m learning from my work from home role and also as the kids get older is that waiting for the end of the school year is like waiting for nail polish to dry if you are painting your nails outside in 98 degree humid July heat. ItContinue reading “on the cusp”

march madness

Well, since my Disney Coma I’ve been skitzing out on posting anything. First of all, winter is very uninspiring to me personally, and I don’t really ever want to spread my negativity or bad mood on this blog. You’re welcome. We finally got away to celebrate both 40th b-days (a year later because of lastContinue reading “march madness”

frozen blooms, thai peanut sauce and the ice storm of ’94,

Some winter traditions; because the roads still look like this: But at least we don’t live in Boston. A few states away is close enough. So, The annual Philadelphia Flower Show. A winter tradition for more than a decade for many reasons. First of all, flowers mean spring is coming. An enormous convention center wingContinue reading “frozen blooms, thai peanut sauce and the ice storm of ’94,”