Hello! Each Wednesday I share some of the photos that stopped me in my scroll while I was perusing Instagram the previous week. Here are this week’s picks!
I love the look of all those pretty pots! Marian said whenever she posts about her pot rack on her blog, there are always comments from people who think it looks cluttered and that she should take it down. I’m glad she always sticks to what makes her heart sing! You can find her every week at: Miss Mustard Seed
Have you been following along with John and Sherry’s duplex remodel? I love that they were able to show off some of that original brick! Here’s a link to their super informative site: Young House Love
Susan knocked it out of the park with this little work space! You can also find her here: Kindred Vintage & Co.
Yes! Yes! Yes! What an inviting bathroom! You can find more gorgeous photos here: PierceAndWard.com !
Oh, if I only I could step right through that pic! So sweet and serene looking! Here’s a link to Meg’s inspiring site: Hello Farmhouse
Hope you’re having a great week, y’all!
I love your Wednesday instagram posts – it’s like a seek and find every week, I try to find the small details that attracted you before I read your description!
So many great things today! Thanks for sharing.
On Kindred Vintage & Co. photo, did anyone notice the scene through the window. So sweet!
Love that little work nook with the view out the window. Fabulous picture too. And I enjoy Miss Mustard Seed’s pots too! Thanks for sharing these!
I’ve been following your blog for a while now. I love your style and your personality is SPARKLY. That said, I wanted to make a suggestion to your panic attacks. I watched the video where you said you ran out of a nail salon. I also experienced panic attacks so I know the scary feeling to well. After so many attacks in weird places (dentists office, lumber section of Home Depot, the nail salon (to name a few) it occurred to me that they were started by a strong, unnatural smell or chemical reaction my body was having. After getting it checked out (by a naturalist doctor) I was diagnosed with acute chemical sensitivities – or Environmental Illness. Started out with high doses of vitamin C and years later the attacks have subsided. I have learned to avoid most situations where I get triggered (laundry detergent section of grocery store etc.) and am feeling much better now. Just a FYI. Start writing down where you were and what occurred before your attack. Might help. I asked God for guidance. Now I lecture on the hidden toxins in our food supply and environment.