After posting Home Sweet Homburg I got a few questions about where I purchased certain pieces in our home -- so I thought: why not write an entire post about it? If you didn't know that I'm extremely unemployed... Now you do! 🙂 So to answer their questions... I first needed to get something off my chest... … Continue reading Craigslist + Chalk Paint
Our 2nd Home.
January 19th, 2017, we officially transitioned from our Temporary Lodging Facility (TLF) to our house. Of course, we still do not have our furniture or the majority of our belongings…. but after living out of suitcases in 6 different locations (over the past 31 days), we were thrilled to be moving those suitcases to their … Continue reading “What DO you have to be thankful for?”
You are not alone.
April 4, 2015 was one of my favorite days. William Fine and I were "finelly" husband and wife... which also meant we were finally saying goodbye to long distance! We left our wedding reception that night, proudly displaying a banner that represented just that. October 7, 2016, was another one of my favorite days. William Fine was "finelly" home from his first … Continue reading The Tables Have Turned
It was my 10th day in Utah and 2nd to last day on my summer nanny adventure. I could see the light at the end of the tunnel but it still didn't seem close enough. In some ways the summer had flown by, but in others, it felt like the longest - most exhausting - … Continue reading Saved by Shania
The clock struck midnight and I was still lying there wide awake. I had tried everything: Reading. Essential Oils. Praying. Gilmore Girls. Nothing was working. My flight would be leaving in few hours and I knew I needed rest. But my head and heart were working hard together to ensure I wouldn’t accidentally sleep through … Continue reading My Husband’s Home
In my last post I talked about the importance of food and how what we’re eating can essentially hurt or heal out bodies. But it’s not just about what we’re putting IN. We must also think about what we are putting ON. I once had a friend tell me, “You can buy and eat … Continue reading Healthy Home (Part 2)
Home has always been a constant in my life. For 21 years, home was the same. It was a traditional brick home in Marietta, Georgia that kept my family safe and together. A place for sleepovers and late night cookies. A yard for birthday parties and trampoline routines. A driveway for my first car and … Continue reading Home Sweet Home