1. In lieu of painting my living room (and risking vehement verbal outbursts from my family), I’ve been working on a wall of frames sorta like this:
I’ll show you later today. You’re gonna love it. I just know it.
2. Darcy, from Lifewithmy3boybarians and Graphically Designing, is tweaking my site for me as we speak. I told her this morning that I feel as if she’s here, at my house, helping me move my heavy living room furniture and I keep saying, “Can we just try it on this wall”, for the 47th time. She’s a wonderful mommy and talented writer and designer. Her recent post on her son ‘Trouble’ is an incredible story that should be read and shared.
3. My blog friend Jessica, who is back from a blogging sabbatical, sent me the link for this audio segment on ‘The Thomas Jefferson Education’. It’s a must listen. I’m starting it for the 2nd time this morning. Thank you Jess and I’m so happy you’re back.
Sandy Toes says
Oh…I love those pictures…it would be a fun wall to have~
A big wall of pictures is always so eye catching. I look forward to seeing your wall and your new blog dress. Hugs, Marty
Gee, thanks for the shout out. I’m sure I’ll love your new wall of frames…can’t wait to see it. Have a good one and I’m SO glad you enjoyed the talk. I took notes like a mad woman, I still need to listen to most of the other ones. Laters. 🙂
Amanda@Imperfectly Beautiful says
Can’t wait to see your wall of frames! I’m working on something similar in my freakishly long hallway.
One of my fave ideas!! Can’t wait to see!
I have a new blog name and address:
I cannot wait to see what you’ve done now!! I still would love to have you over the a few weeks to do some of my “wish list” home projects!!
It’s gonna look great! And I love that inspiration pic, especially the mirror on that sideboard/desk thing. I love big mirrors!
I have seen a wall of photos like that somehwere that martha Stewart did. Pictures of loved ones can’t be a bad thing 🙂 CAn’t wait to see it!
I thought of metioning THe Thomas Jefferson Education to you 🙂 I read the book in one sitting and am now SLOWLY ingesting the workbook. Good stuiff. Thanks for the link 🙂
Why don’t I see typos the first time through? All those classes in editing and proofreading, all the time spent and now look at me 🙂