I have been trying not to be overly excited all day. But then Robin called and said, "I am here" (NY) and my heart beat a little faster. My best travelin' buddy, Robin Layton, will be on Good Morning America, 8am, Friday morning, promoting A Letter to My Dog. You know, the book that our Pixel has a page? Well, even if Pixel wasn't in the book, I am be sooooo proud of this gorgeous, heart-warming book by Kimi Culp, Lisa Erspamer and Robin. Please tune-in and watch Tony Bennett and Robin in the morning. It is going to be sooooo exciting. Good Luck, Robin!
I can't think of any other image in my house that says thankful more than Pebbles. She sits on the back on my mom chair and watches me work at the computer. She is such a funny little soul.
We are having a laid back Thanksgiving. Mom and I might make our way to ER if she is not feeling better later today. While Bri and David take on the cooking. David has made the pies ;) Maybe it should be a *dessert first* day. Thinking of years back, celebrating this day with friends and family. Wishing everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving! xoxox
Christy Kinard's flowers make me smile. She makes me smile. Makes me want to make my own flowers. Making websites lately, makes me want to focus on flowers more and more ;) I don't know why it is so hard for me to follow my dreams ... ;) And step away from the computer.
This is Edmonds. Under water. ;0 We have has so much rain that it is amazing, scary, depressing ... and looks like more is on the way today. But at least it is NOT Sandy and my heart aches for those with homes destroyed and lives put on hold.
I have been lusting after this box wall organizer from Urban Outfitters for months to display my dirt collection. I have not bought anything is so long and today I said, "just do it". And I did. ;) With free shipping and a promotional coupon I found online, I even saved some money.
It feels too soon to be jazzed about Christmas, I mean, really, my pumpkins are still rotting on the front stairs. But then I didn't realize Thanksgiving was next week. YIKES! So get in the winter mood, go over and be inspired by Sweet Paul Magazine. When the plumber was here, I had to packed up and move all of my miniature chair collection. Honestly, sometimes I forget it is even down in the sewing room. But HOW delighted I am when I rediscover it. There are a few other's out there with my little chair obession.
On the way back from the airport (we love having Ruth here) ... mom and I decided to get haircuts. I can't believe how it has been since I had a hair cut.
Hey, how much do I love this kid? He is the best son and I thank my lucky stars everyday for him.
We have decided to have a neighborhood holiday party this year. Bri and I delivered invites door to door today. I really miss doing these kids of fun little jobs. This gives me a couple of weeks to get my house clean. Wish me luck. ;)
I was asked to participate in a new social media platform called Luvocracy. Instead of searching online shop all over the internet for products and shopping ideas, like Pinterest format, you can browse in one convenient location, find recommendations of great stuff from people you "trust". The other very cool and simple aspect is ... you can purchase directly from Luvocracyand they make the purchase on your behalf. And for those who have recommended that item, you also get a small percentage of the sale.
"A new marketplace around the explosion in social sharing. We do that by creating a way for people to buy recommendations from people whose taste they trust. And we build that into an economy by allowing everyone to participate in the value that they create." Go have a look at my recommendations so far atLuvocracy