Tuesday, July 1, 2014

I have moved over to sostinkincuteblog.org

Here is the link, be sure to sign up for my feed over there, it's new.

I also have a  Facebook page now as well!

Thanks, see you over at the new blog, I won't be posting her any longer!

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Friday, November 1, 2013

Mucus, Boots, & TCMB

I'm eating my kids Halloween candy as I 
type.  They are off to school
and it's my house, so I claim it.

My little ones headed out the door after 
a minor meltdown from Tatum.
She wanted to add wings,a wand, and a crown.
I guess she was a disco/fairy girl.

I'm finding lots of amusement in the
drawings my daughter does daily in my
home office as we have special time before
we head to the bus stop.

It's funny, cuz I don't think I really
clean that much...but I do like to wear stripes!

I had to travel for work this week.
Every time my husband and I go to leave, our kids
ask if we will bring them back a
present...usually we buy them each a pack of
gum.  It's easy and relatively cheap.

I don't know why I got creative and picked this up,
but I would NEVER recommend buying this
sort of toy.  Unless you want to find bowls of "mucus"
 in random places in your home.

Woola, my search for brown riding boots is
complete...if you are on a search, I would highly 
recommend these. Very comfy, great color and
I was okay with the money as I hope to 
wear these for years!
{Wide calf makes for a very tough search.}

Certainly not least,
I recently became co-founder of the 
Twin Cities Moms Blog community.

What is it?  What does that mean?
It's a website that becomes a community of sorts.
We are developing a team of contributors that
will write from all different sorts of Mom's 
perspectives.  You name the subject and
we hope to cover it.  Also, we will
post about cool new products or
activities locally for the family.

We will even have Moms Night Out too,
with wine....

So, if you live in MN, go
to our Facebook Page and "like" us.
We plan on introducing our team soon!


Friday, October 25, 2013

It started with the Office Chair

It all started with an office chair.

I work at home and my butt wasn't comfortable and I was finding myself at the chiropractor weekly.

When I realized it was because I needed a comfortable office chair, I just decided to keep going with decorating the whole room.  

It was time to make the front room- my office, in a really official way.

So, here we go....

I had Branmuffin and my Dad pop that light fixture
in that I scored from Overstock.com.

I found some prints online and framed them in IKEA frames.

The inspiration board was made last winter 
and went well with the look.

The tulle curtains were at IKEA and I added
the pom pom edge to tie them back.

The mint desk accessories are from Staples
....the Martha Stewart office line...
what doesn't that woman touch??

This stripe fabric was found online and replaced 
what was in there originally.
I just thought it added a french bistro look.
I don't do very glamorous work,
so I just surround myself with
glamorous things...it works.

Bought this little futon couch from Target.com
with some throw pillows thrown in from
Marshalls. The little polka dot one was sewn by me
along with the pad on my little white chair.

The little poof was on clearance at Target this summer....
$13 I think!

I made this flower arrangement with
some FAKE flowers.

So wish I was cool enough to have fresh flowers delivered weekly,
but ...I guess feeding the kiddos ranks higher.

Lastly, I found these curtains at IKEA and sewed on this
pom pom trim to tie the room together.
These curtains hang where I have french doors
and add some privacy when I
take an important call...true, but it's just work, 
I don't have an assistant or PR person at this point in the game.

I can't believe it started out looking like this....
see this post when it was my parlor.

Sorry I have been a distant blogger,
I will work on my communication and
connecting with Y'all....

I have a business venture to announce.

Give me a day or two.

Any questions on the office details?  Hit me up in the comments section!