Last Friday I posted about my DIY Christmas wreath and I also started working on my Christmas porch as well. I have really been getting into the Christmas spirit this year and have loved every second of the decorating process. I didn’t plan on decorating my porch this early, but I just couldn’t help myself!… Read More
Over the weekend, Graham and I visited Durango, Colorado for a mini family vacation. The trip was in celebration of my brother and sister-n-law’s recent “I do’s”. We all had such a blast hiking, dining and simply enjoying each others company. With a total of 5 kiddos and 3 dogs on the trip, there was… Read More
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Miracle-Gro. All opinions are 100% mine. Today’s project just might define the phrase, “trash to treasure.” The other day, my neighboor almost threw away an old chicken feeder… or makeshift dog feeder. Either way, it was made out of galvanized metal and looked super… Read More
In Texas, our state flower is the wonderful bluebonnet! Every year once spring arrives, you will find families swerving to the side of the road to get that one good shot with the bluebonnets. That might sound crazy if your not a Texan, but if you live here, it’s quite normal to see random photo… Read More
Today I want to share with you where I found my items from my recent front porch makeover. Thankfully since the space is relatively small, I didn’t have to buy too much. I even got to use some of my items from our old house! Below is my list of items. Enjoy!
I am so excited to finally share my recent front porch makeover with you all! I have always dreamed of having a cozy little front porch, and the time has finally come. Since we are currently renting our house, I am unable to fix up the home exterior like I might with my own. So… Read More
A few challenges I’ve faced with our new house is the (lack of) space. The house is perfect, the location is ideal, but the square footage is about half of our old house. This is a MAJOR case of paying for the real estate, not the size of the home. BUT we have been so… Read More