I’m a sucker for sentimental home decor. In fact, a lot of my furniture was passed down to me from family which I’ve enjoyed reusing and repurposing in my own home. One such piece was my husband’s childhood toy box. When Matt’s Dad offered it to me, I gladly took it.
Before I burnt the spaghetti sauce, and before my guests were greeted by my unshowered, mascara smeared, paint-covered sweatshirt and cut-off jeans self, there was this moment… a beautiful, garden-inspired moment, kindred to Thelma A. Meyer, the inspiration behind Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day® who I’m proud to partner with today.
We enjoyed a lovely dinner with friends the other night. My favorite part is the visiting and fellowship. There’s something about “breaking bread” together that bonds people together. A relationship can quickly go from acquaintances to friends over the course of a dinner conversation. Tonight’s dinner conversation led to tales
What a thrilling opportunity it was to “hangout” with Ann Drake from On Sutton Place and Jane Windham from Cottage at the Crossroads! We joined together for a Google+ Hangout on Air and shared ideas for incorporating natural elements in your home decor, particularly for Thanksgiving. Ann shared a beautiful