I didn’t want to write this post. I wanted to skip right over it, deal with this epic fail in silence and never mention it again. Ever.
We traveled down to Orlando to Universal Studios for one reason…Harry Potter. It’s so weird to even write that but it’s true.
Welcome to the recipe portion of our Fall Blog Series! I’m glad you’re here. My earliest memories can be found in the kitchen. I can still picture my Mom at the counter looking through cookbooks.
I love my Mom. Totally adore her. She really is one of the sweetest people ever created and she believes I can pretty much do anything.
It was an exciting day this past Friday when I rolled into town to check on the progress of Loblolly Manor, my childhood home. My parents have been hard at work and it definitely shows.
I’ve teamed up with five bloggers I met while at the Haven conference for a month long series celebrating the unofficial arrival of fall. If you’re visiting from 2 Bees in a Pod welcome!
In addition to white painted furniture pieces, my customers also ask for items inspired by sea glass and driftwood. I picked up this table a few months ago.
I went to my booth at The Pickers Market last week to restock and freshen up the space a bit. The last time I was there it looked like I was moving out.
You guys, it’s hotter than a “peppa” patch in Florida! I try to start painting in the early morning hours but sometimes it takes longer than I expect and I wind up having to compete with the summer heat.
A few weeks ago I was asked by my friend Renee to participate in the Tour Through Blog Land series. She blogs over at The Refined Relic and we’ve become fast friends.
A little over a month ago, I was contacted by a Florida craftsman to review a handmade wooden herb bed. He thought it would make a great addition to my booth at The Picker’s Market. I saw a picture and agreed to give it a trial run.
Since we’re kicking off a new school year today, I thought it fitting to revisit a favorite post from last year. My sister LiLi and Moses guest posted for me while I was on vacation. They shared an easy afternoon pretzel snack that’s perfect for hungry littles.