I really wanted to do a *real* post -- you know, some kind of decor thing, and I have plenty of little projects going on, but we got our first "real" snow of the season, and I ended up outside with the kids and my dad:-)
Thursday, February 19, 2015
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Thursday, February 5, 2015
gray 1 |grā| ( Brit. grey)
adjective1. of a color intermediate between black and white, as of ashes or anovercast sky : gray flannel trousers.• (of hair) turning gray or white with age : a gray beard.• (of a person) having gray hair : a gray, fatherly gentleman.• informal relating to old people, esp. when seen as an oppressed group: gray power.• (of the weather) cloudy and dull; without sun : a cold, gray November day.• (of a person's face) pale, as through tiredness, age, or illness : a few people, their faces gray and bitter.2. dull and nondescript; without interest or character : gray, faceless men |the gray daily routine.3. (of financial or trading activity) not accounted for in official statistics :the gray economy.Looking at the definition of "gray" one would think it's the most boring color ever, but the color gray could not be hotter in decor these days.
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
When I share my house, I always try and make things look as good as possible. I will spend a lot of time just setting up a shot and making sure everything is perfect because I don't think anyone reads this blog to see laundry baskets sitting around or my dirty dishes on the counters.
Monday, February 2, 2015
I really don't do any decorating for Valentine's Day, so I had a hard time coming up with something to do to celebrate the holiday. Then I started to think back to my childhood and to those construction paper pouches we made and decorated at school, which were always filled with valentines from classmates. I think that sweet, child-like spirit is what really epitomizes Valentine's Day for me, so I decided I would do something for my three children. Instead of a paper pouch filled with cards, I made heart-shaped french toast, and I'm sure they will appreciate that a lot more! And since this was a trial run, hubby got to eat this batch:-)
Posted by Anita Diaz at 5:01 AM