Oil-Rubbed Bronze Knobs For My Bedside Chest


Remember that cute little bedside chest I got from my friend Mary a while back? I finally hooked ‘er up with some knobs, so I can actually open the drawers without using a kitchen utensil now… I don’t know why I didn’t do it sooner. There’s nothing like a buncha’ drawer-fronts covered in knobs to help […]

Pleasant Peeps, The Pioneer Woman & Pick My Presto!


Well, I’m back from Nashville, and although I wish I could use fun words like “bright-eyed” and “bushy-tailed” to describe my current state of being, “red-eyed” and “bushy-haired” are probably more accurate descriptions. But MAN that was an awesome trip! I shopped with, talked with, walked with, and broke bread with women that inspired me […]

Hello Opryland!

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I’m in Nashville hangin’ out with a whole buncha bloggers this week! I rode up with Shaunna and Ashley yesterday afternoon. They’re awesome gals, and I’m sure we’ll be giggling about that drive for years to come.  Aren’t road trips with your girlfriends the BEST!? ———————————————————— Join us on Twitter or Facebook! ————————————————————————————- Need help arranging your […]

A Quick And Easy Way To Transform Your Curtains From Tab Top to Rod Pocket


We had a bunch questions about how we altered our master bedroom curtains on an earlier post, so I’m gonna give Kev the reigns today and let him show just how easy it was to transform them from tab top, to rod pocket. (Yep! So simple even a GUY can do it! Hee hee- just […]

Adoption Talk with Joy and Leslie


She sent me an email asking if I was, “free for lunch Friday?“. She went on to say that she and gal by the name of Leslie were meeting at 11 o’clock, and that I was invited too. The email was from Joy, who I had first “met” when she appeared on an episode of […]

Master Bedroom Re-do Update: Mirrored Closet Doors


Well, we’re fiiiiinally done re-doing our master bedroom closet doors, and I’m happy to report we’re pretty stoked about how they all turned out. There really wasn’t anything wrong with them before… …but YOU KNOW ME. Once a project idea pops in the ol’ noggin I gotta git-after-it! They’re not perfect, but it’s all good. […]

Guest Post by the Flowerpatch Farmgirl

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I thought I’d start our adoption category with a guest post written by one of my most favorite friends in the whole wide world. Her name is Shannan, although she responds to many of the nicknames I’ve given her over the past several months, too. Some of which include- “Ess”, “Ester”, and “Estevez”. I’m also […]

Shelf Life


So, my humans tell me the room I’ve been hangin’ out in lately is going to become a “kids room” in the near future. I’m not sure how I feel about that idea yet. A) Kids are wild & crazy. I prefer quiet & calm. Wild and crazy makes me nervous… And B) Converting my […]

Dear Edie…


Some sweet gals have organized a place for us all to wish dear Edie a happy birthday this week. (Thank you sweet gals!) If you’d like to wish her a happy birthday too, click here. If you haven’t met Edie yet, click here, and then here. She is lovely, and talented, and has a heart of […]

I love the part where…

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I love the part where he says, “I thought Eric gave you the creeps?“… __________________________________________________________________________ I love the part where she “likes her Allison’s”… ___________________________________________________________________________ I love the part where he says, “You know what he did?“ ___________________________________________________________________________ I love the part where he goes from ballistic to bawling because of a Wii… ___________________________________________________________________________ I […]

A Few Of My Favorite: Blog Posts (2010)


Happy New Year! I shared this Edith Lovejoy Pierce quote on Facebook yesterday, but wanted to post it here today as well… “We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter begins on New Years Day.” Isn’t […]