Happy July 4th!
Today was the epitome of a dreamy summer day. Greg and I went kayaking down the river, fished, ate lunch on the water and enjoyed our time together in the great outdoors. We came home and saw that the black caps were ready (I’ve been checking them all week.) We have finally gotten ahead of the birds this year. (Cheers all around)
Living in New England
Living in New England has so many wonderful advantages and right now we’re at the peak of it’s greatness! I’m talking Fall, people… yes again. As an October baby, I just can’t get enough of this season. I want to do it all, the apple and pumpkin picking, the scarf-jacket-and-boots-wearing, and the decorating! You saw how I cozied up our home in my last post and now I’m bringing you outside. It has been the perfect porch-sitting weather! Not too hot, not too cold and no humidity! Let’s take a look at our classic New England Fall porch, shall we?
Thank you guys so much for the sweet comments and feedback on my ‘Vintage-Coastal Den Reveal’ last week! I’m so glad to have given some of you new ideas and inspiration. I know I shared some sources that went into decorating the den in my last POST, but there was so much that went into this space, I want to share even more of the sources and details.
Hey guys! Memorial Day weekend is almost here–and that means it’s picnic season! Are you ready? I wanted to share a few tips to help you get started and get inspired to host a unique party this summer. A little extra effort goes a long way to making your party and guests feel special. Let’s get started! If you’re a quick scroller–there are 4 tips and I marked them with numbers 😉 But make sure you stick around until the end for an AWESOME giveaway. I’m so excited to share it with you!
Today, I’m excited to join 14 wonderful bloggers in sharing our Spring Home Refresh with you all! It’s time to shake off the cobwebs and feel light on your feet again! Time to wake up with the sun and breathe in the fresh air!
I’ve got a fun project to spruce up your veggie garden this summer—these garden markers require little time and little cash!