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The blizzard did throw me for a loop you guys. We had fun, it was chaos, dirty, crazy and tiring! The shoveling, cleaning the floors inside a million times until I said screw it, feeding hungry kiddos non-stop, drying clothing from playing in the snow 10 times a day, going skiing, having overly tired kids, oh and cleaning and being a referee to multiple fights and having the hubby work from home and….and…and!
It created good memories though for sure!
I thought I’d check in today because I’m not sure if I’ll blog tomorrow. Say what? I know I always blog on Friday but I’m just NOT SURE YET because I’m going to the World Market store opening tonight (click HERE if you missed the post). Wish me luck with the weather!
I did sneak in a little makeover last week though that I have talked about wanting to do for so long. It’s so minuscule and quick that I’m not even sure I should mention it but hey I got nothing else to do so I will.
Here is a more styled version for a recent house tour I did
and you can see more by clicking HERE:
And if you are wondering about my new curtains, you can see the tutorial by clicking HERE or watch the video below:
If you are new here, I originally purchased the desk at an auction a long time ago and gave it a makeover (click HERE for the before). It’s never been entirely my style. I never sold it though because the size was perfect for that specific corner in our living room. So I tried to make it a bit more modern with the Pantone color of the year 2014 makeover (click HERE for the post).
So this time I mixed a greenish color. And I’m still not sure if I’m feeling it. I didn’t want to go with another Pantone color although I was thinking about one of this years’ colors Rose Quartz. I love it so much. I just wanted to do something different. Oh and I painted the knobs black.
Here it is:
And there is Monkey’s ashes again and her paw print. I have to keep her close for now.