I made mention yesterday on our social feeds about how I love to go outside and look into our home. For some reason I get a whole different perspective of the room and I feel grateful for having a roof over my head.
It’s the simple things that make me happy, including a box of wood!
This morning, the book I grabbed off my shelf is a 1911 Boston Chamber of Commerce book, by George French, and I loved how he described the charm of New England.
You know the saying, those who play together, stay together! Why not pull up a chair and play a game of chess or checkers and enjoy some quiet time with a loved one or friend.
With each passing second the sky changed colors and I was drawn like to it like a moth to a flame.
Taking time to de-stress.
Do you wonder what some of the French words mean on menus or that you might hear at a dinner party? Here is a cheat sheet created for those looking to prevent a faux pas.
My morning coffee or tea ritual helps me start my day full of ideas and creativity for home decorating and entertaining.
Are you feeling tired? Does your life seems routine and you need to recharge your batteries? Here are a few simple tips to try.
As we celebrate our second Valentine's Day together, Veuve Clicquot is celebrating their 200th anniversary of their Rose' Champagne.