Category Archives: Faith

5 ways to keep home life authentic + happy

Once again, I appreciate your general compassion and kindness.  Your comments and sentiments in yesterday’s post warmed my heart.  While the comments accounted for less than .5% of those of you reading, it’s still nice to feel that authentic and positive connection.  Thank you.  And to our winner – I will email you tomorrow! All […]

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breather + a pretty blue

As you may have seen on my instagram, we had a big weekend.  It was wonderful, inspiring, and tiring all at once.  After burning the candle at both ends for a while, I’m taking a breather and will be back on Wednesday for some pretty white. When we came back from several days away, Peter […]

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turning negative into positive

I unplugged for a few days after our trip and it was really, really nice.  Highly recommend! via Since I had a little downtime, I wanted to share with you a long term goal I’ve been working on for a while:  turning negative thoughts into positive statements. We all have our share of hardships and […]

Also posted in Random Thoughts | 16 Responses

out of the blue

On a design note, a hint of blue can be a good thing.  As seen in this beautiful exterior by Architect Austin DePree via.  There’s nothing I love more on an exterior than painted brick and a cedar shake roof. I like this fresh pop of dusty blue in this bathroom remodel by Architects Lewin […]

Also posted in About me, Accessories, Bathroom, Living Rooms, Random Thoughts, White Spaces | 6 Responses
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