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  1. Thank you for such a honest post it really resonated with me when you said about reading others blogs and comparing! I also wanted to say I really enjoy reading your blog and am glad to hear your daughter is getting better. Wishing you and your family a great 2015!

    1. Thank you so much Suzie, it is a constant struggle for me. My husband hates it when I show him projects that were done by a husband and wife team. It drives him nuts because he hates DIYing and doesn’t want to be compared to other men who do help with this stuff. And there are so many great blogs out there that it is hard not to compare sometimes.
      Thank you so much for reading and cheers to not comparing ourselves to others in 2015. Merry Christmas

  2. i love this post and love you!!! i appreciate the honesty and openness and i think it’s something that we all relate to. we all have struggles and nothing is perfect, but so many blogs are edited to only show you the good, leaving readers left to feel inadequate. i think publicly admitting you’ve used counseling is SOOOOO wonderful and will help other people and be the catalyst for them seeking help as well. and i am so excited to see what 2015 brings you and your family. it’s going to be amazing.
    i wish you all the best, my friend!

    1. Thanks Cassie, it’s not easy to put it in writing on my blog but it feels good. LOVE you too! And lets get together again soon.

  3. Julia- I think your honesty is why people come to your blog (well that and your amazing DIY/Design skills). But really, more than anything I can totally see the reader (you) of this blog. I hope it continues to be a source of renewal for you. Merry Christmas… and enjoy the break!

    1. Thank you Ashley. It helps me to work on things that I actually do have control over like my projects and hope that will never end. Merry Christmas to you too.

  4. aussiebeachgirl says:

    Julia, you inspire me to let go of the meaningless stuff in my life and embrace what’s important to me. Like yourself this has been a horribilis year for me, one where at times I thought I didn’t have the strength inside me to cope with the many issues we’ve had in our own family, my health scares, the never ending stream of people traipsing through our house in the run-up to its sale in August (after two years of being on the market!), packing, and our subsequent move in early September. I understand where you’ve been and where you’re coming from, and believe me if there’s the slightest chance of moving away from all your problems, grab it with open arms! A new life away from unwanted pressure could be exactly what you need right now. It’s a window of opportunity to start again.

    Thank you for being brave enough to share your story. In all honesty, I am relieved! It makes me realize that I’m not alone and that there are many wonderful people out there doing it tough too. I’m reaching out and sending you a great big hug and a bigger thank you for always cheering me up when I need it. I survive through your blog and always engage! Merry Chrissy all the way from Oz. Mwah, heather xo

    1. Thanks Heather, I just sent you an email too.

  5. I just discovered your blog so it is nice to get a picture of the woman behind the blog right off; you know most of us women deal with the very same things and there is no shame in going through difficult times and sharing it with other women. It is the way it is supposed to be! The internet just makes it a little more public :0) Now, it’s time for me to devour all your old DIY content. Here’s to always growing and changing and the New Year that makes it feel magical and possible!

    1. Thanks so much Dessica and you are so right. No life is perfect but it does get difficult sharing it publicly on your blog. I hope you like what you see on my blog and MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

  6. THANK you for your honesty and candor! I do get tired of the perfect blog where the house is perfect, the kids are perfect and the marriage is perfect. That’s rare! You are a family, you have issues, crisis’ and hard times. Very refreshing that I am not alone! Thank you!

    1. Thanks so so much for your comment Susan, I’m glad that I’m not alone too. Cheers to embracing our imperfect life. And merry Christmas!!!

  7. Thank you for being vulnerable and honest. I get tired of reading about the perfect bloggers so it’s kind of refreshing to hear that other people are struggling too.

    I’m loving all of your projects this year.
    Happy Holidays!

  8. Your blog is one of my favorites. I don’t usually comment but I read every post. I enjoy your pictures, the DIYs and especially the pet and cat posts. I’m a lover of anything with four legs and fur myself. Keep doing what you are doing, you are very talented. Wishing you continued success and happiness in 2015.

    1. I’m so glad to hear from you. You have no idea how much it means to me to hear from the usually silent readers, especially when I write about personal things. I’m so lucky to not be and feel alone and also have fellow pet lovers like you. I wish you the best Christmas and New Year. Merry Christmas!

  9. Julia, you have a beautiful heart and it shines through your posts about your home. You are so genuine and that is what keeps readers like me coming back 🙂 We ALL have struggles in our lives and we are all in this together….even if we come together in this part of the blogosphere to chat about DIY projects and pretty things, we are a community and I am glad you find some peace and joy and therapy from writing here. Wishing you a wonderful 2015 with your family, wherever you end up, and better health for your little girl and you! XO

    1. Thank you for all the wonderful well wishes Lisa. This blogcommunity truly is amazing and I’m so glad to be part of it. I’m wishing you a wonderful Christmas and the happiest new year.

  10. Thanks for sharing with us and getting real, your projects were awesome this year and I’m so happy your daughter is feeling better which is probably the best news for you. I’m a big believer that things turn out how they are supposed to and have learned not to fight it or try to control it, I have a feeling next year is going to be your year girl!!! xo

    1. Thanks so much and I just wrote you an email back Laurie 😉

  11. Dear Julia, it sounds like you and I could possibly spend a couple of DAYS on the phone hashing out our daughters’ health issues and family nonsense 🙂 Wishing you a peaceful, joyful holiday and some clarity in the future about what’s best for your family! We made it our single most important goal in 2014 to do just that and it has changed our lives. Merry merry, sweet girl 🙂 xoxo, Andrea

    1. Oh no, the health issues are so frustrating aren’t they? It can be such a struggle and frustrating and so are all the other family issues.
      I need to make the same goal as you did for 2015. Merry merry Christmas to you too Andrea!

  12. Like most of the comments, thank you for your honesty. I enjoy this blog so much and yes sometimes those of us do compare our daily life with the bloggers and think what perfect lives they lead. But being realisitc we know each one of us have ups and downs in life. The virtual world has created another type of friendship so I am honored you opened up to us. You have a beautiful family (including kitties). You are strong and are an inspiration. I look forward to your blog in 2015.

    1. Ain’t nothing perfect over here Debra 😉 and I don’t feel all that strong most of the time. I hope I can change that in 2015. Merry Christmas to you

  13. I just love you so much. As a person, as a blogger, as a diy’er, as a mom. You are such a kind hearted, funny, sweet person and I’m so thankful I found your blog. I truly hope 2015 is an easier year for your family, your marriage, and your daughter! I’m so glad you were there to save Monkey’s life & to stand up for your daughter in a situation that you felt was wrong for her. You keep being you because you’re doing it PERFECTLY!! Merry christmas to you & your sweet little family!

  14. Julia-
    Your words ring so true. Everyone seems perfect,beautiful and clever but me. I’ve appreciated all the honesty you’ve been brave enough to show this year..not an easy thing in the wonderfully perfect world of blogdom.

    Additionally–I don’t think people realize how incredibly difficult it is to make another country your home.

    Glad Tidings and Good health in the New Year!

  15. Hallo Julia!
    Thank you for being the voice of all those who don’t want to talk out loud about what is really going on behind the scenes. I have e-mailed you before and we have corresponded about this in detail. And I am a fellow German girl, so I know how difficult it is to be so far away from home during the Christmas holidays… Last year at this time was the most difficult time of my life. My husband was fresh out of radiation therapy for head and neck cancer. During the course of his treatment he lost the ability to eat and swallow and he has had a feeding tube ever since. He could not work for half the year and being self employed he does not get paid when he doesn’t work! All this while two boys, the younger of which is autistic and requires a significant amount of care. When I also injured. My neck and was in excruciating pain during this already stressful beyond belief period, I didn’t really want to go on. But something happened that changed my perspective completely. I had always approached everything difficult like that gritting my teeth hoping to make it through the day. When would it get better, when would it all end? Then I read a quote: “It’s not about weathering the storm – it’s about learning to dance in the rain.”
    And so I have. Enjoy all those little moments others don’t even know they have! Live. What a gift that is! And that has brought me through this year which brought my mother’s heart attack and other serious health issues for her as well as a major surgery for my son who had bars put in his chest to correct a deformity. Dance in the rain Julia! Dance in the rain. Frohe Weihnachten und einen Guten Rutsch ins Neue Jahr!

    1. Vielen Dank Karin.
      I’m so sorry to hear about all your struggles and I know you have told me about them from time to time but hearing about them all together again makes me so in awe of how strong and courageous you are. Love the quote and I will be trying to dance in the rain for sure. Maybe even on Christmas because it is supposed to rain here really badly. Haha! Take care of yourself too and Merry merry Christmas!

      1. Thanks Julia! After such a bummer Christmas last year I really don’t sweat about it anymore! And you’re right, when I sum everything up it does sound like a crazy sob story. The truth is that when you have gone through something truly awful and you’ve made it somehow, your perspective changes. And that is a good thing. It’s very much like on my favorite Christmas movie “It’s a wonderful life”. I have seen what the world could be like – and I did not like what I saw. And I appreciate the heck out of what I have:)
        Thanks up for the heads up regarding comments on my blog! Will check it out right away.
        Karin

        1. You have the best perspective ever!!!!

    2. Oh and I have been trying to comment on your blog and I can’t! 🙁 keep getting error messages

  16. I know opening up your family life to everyone else can be stressful but also so therapeutic and freeing! I was hesitant at first to share that my little one needed speech therapy with others, because I thought ppl would judge my sweet little boy, thankfully the opposite has happened and its opened a dialogue with other mommy’s and makes me feel good that ‘i’m not alone’ so to speak. I hate that fear can sometimes hold myself back…..

    I’m so happy to hear that everything this past year with your family has only brought you closer to each other, even though its been a struggle. I’m putting good vibes into the universe that many more amazing things will come your way and family’s way in 2015. And cheers to not caring about what people think of you, you just gotta do you! That’s been one of my in progress work on my goals – gotta just do me! 🙂

    Wishing your family a happy holidays

    1. I’m glad you had a good experience opening up too. The internet can be a totally scary place but also a really wonderful place like this blogging community, right?
      Merry merry Christmas to your amazing family too.

  17. Dear Julia-Really appreciate your honesty! Others often seem to have it so much better, but in reality, everyone has their own issues. It seems to me you are dealing with yours in a very productive way and I applaud you! I’m certainly not opposed to you moving as that would give us so many more opportunities to view your wonderful DIY/decorating! Having lived in Germany for three years, I remember how beautiful it was at Christmas and know you miss that-the markets, etc. I also remember how much I missed my family and homeland at Christmas-even though I loved Germany. Hang in there-sounds as if you are on the right track!!!

    1. Thanks Jen, moving certainly would bring along more projects and an exciting time. I do miss Christkindlmarkt for sure. My kids have never seen one since we always go to Germany in the summer time.
      Merry merry Christmas to you!

  18. thank you for this honest and open post. many of the things you voiced are my own feelings, so it is always normalizing and validating when you hear other people speak the same thoughts, namely how things appear to be perfect in relationships/homes on blogs. thank you and happy holidays!
    b

    1. Glad I’m not alone when feeling inadequate sometimes. Happy holidays and hug those kitties tight, well or maybe not LOL mine hate hugs 😉

  19. Patty Day says:

    Julia, you are a jewel! So glad you are able to “let go”….I am also so happy to hear your daughter is improving.
    You and your family are very precious. You will make the right decisions for 2015. If there is a move in the future, it;s always fun to start over….do things differently( maybe even better)….heck we have had 35 homes to experiment with!!! It can be fun, believe me
    MC and I have come a long way in the 55 years we have been married. There have been many, and I mean many “bad” times. I think a marriage goes through these and makes it stronger in the end. MC is retired and we don’t have hobbies, play golf or travel to great places. MC has gone along with most of my crazy Epiphanies mainly because he doesn’t want to pay someone else to do it!!! It amazes him he can do the things he has done.
    Relax, don’t mind what “others” say …..It’s your life and enjoy it!

    1. I’m still always in shock when I hear the number of your homes again. That’s just insane 😉
      Glad you had a husband who went along with it all and that you made it through all the bad times.
      Cheers to 2015 and merry merry Christmas to you and MC

  20. I’m sending virtual hugs! I can’t even begin to understand what you’ve gone through because I know everyone’s situation is drastically different. But I can send my prayers your way! I know we all know nobody’s life is perfect, but lets all remind ourselves and maintain our perspective.

    1. Thanks and hugging you back Corinna! Merry Christmas

  21. LOVED your post Julia. You are mirroring a lot of what I have been feeling as well.
    Thanks for being such a great friend this year and I have to tell you your blog has a special place in my heart. I love all the projects you showed us in 2014. Have a merry Christmas with your family and I will see you back in 2015.
    Changes big and small. You are right. They will be coming 🙂 hugs friend!!

    1. Just sent you an email back.

  22. Here’s to a wonderful (and less complicated!) 2015! You’ve done so many amazing projects this year; can’t wait to see what the new year holds. Enjoy your break!!

    1. Thank you Gretchen and Merry Christmas to you too!

  23. Sheryll & Critters. says:

    Julia, I love you and it is really okay to not be perfect. I have three favorite blogs,…….. there was one other that I gave up for several reasons…. too sicky sweet and just too perfext to blieive….. and then got a “sorry note fron an assistant”……. lol. I do have three favorites though and I got lost with those. Also one that just got too sicky sweet and I found out that she did not really write and do all the work on her blog.

    Isn’t it amazing how imperfect we all are after all??? So I know you are real….. and the other two that I have kept as my all time go to blogs. You know both of them. So take a little time off a bit MORE! It is really okay with us, really it is. You are worth waiting for, ya know?

    Merry Chrismas!

    1. You are the best Sheryll, thanks so much. No you got me thinking! And you are one of my favorite commenter, reader and fellow pet lover. Hope you have a great Christmas! And I sure will take that time and try to enjoy every minute of it.

  24. This post reached out to me in so many ways. Thank you for being so open and for sharing. I am so glad your daughter is doing better, and hopefully she will continue to steadily improve. Your projects have been fantastic and your blog posts always make for enjoyable reading no matter what the subject. Your goals and wishes for 2015 sound just right for you and your family. Happy Holidays!

    1. Thank you so much Liz. Comments like yours really mean the world to me and I’m pretty confident about seeing our daughter improve even more. Merry Christmas and a happy new year to you too.

  25. Dear Julia,

    Thank you for sharing so openly and honestly with us. I’m glad your daughter is doing much better. Life can be challenging at times. I wish you and your family the best as you continue to work together.

    1. Thanks Brandi and I’m so glad we got to meet in person this year.

  26. Kris Mednikov says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you for your honesty! You are an amazing DIYer and ya lured me to your blog with the incredible Ikea fabric xmas tree(which I copied by the way, GREAT directions), and I have stayed because of your fabulous projects. You are an amazing MOTHER, I have admired your resolve to stay the course with your daughter’s health when many professionals wanted you to take the easy road! You are an amazing human being with a kind soul, especially for your furry friends. You are an amazing wife because you provide a loving/caring home and sought/was open for counseling when needed. This year has had its peaks and valleys, more valleys if you ask me, but you have/will overcome – because you are AMAZING! Wishing you and yours a Blessed Christmas!

    1. Oh my gosh Chris, you are making me blush. I don’t feel like the way you say I’m. And thank you so much for sticking with me, I so appreciate it. I’m also glad the instructions for the canvas worked. Merry Christmas!

    2. Gosh spell out correct changed it to Chris, I’m sorry Kris 😉 Yikes

  27. Thank you for being so open about your perfectly imperfect life. It makes me realize that we all struggle, even someone as accomplished and talented as yourself. Keeping it real allows each of us to be real, makes it safe for us to be real and that is a gift. Thank you and happy holidays. I wish you only good things in the new year!

    1. Thank you Shelby, that makes me feel so much better. Happy Holidays to you and your loved ones too

  28. You are awesome. It takes a lot of bravery to admit that life can be hard sometimes. But is sounds like things are looking up and 2015 will be a great year for your family.

    1. Oh gosh I’m not awesome! But I sure hope that 2015 will be better again. Merry Christmas to you guys!

  29. Thank you Julia for the honesty! I know it’s so hard to share just one side of things while you are juggling the rest life throws at you. I love you and am so glad we got to meet in real life this year. I hear Texas is a great place to move to…not even kidding. I even know a realtor in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. 😉

    Seriously you’ve had a wonderful blog year. It’s been such an inspiration to me! Thanks for all your hard work to put your creativity out there for us to enjoy!

    1. Love you too and am so glad we got to meet and shake it up on the dance floor 😉 Texas sounds wonderful. I mentioned it to the hubby!
      You guys are always an inspiration to me too. Love dreaming about the “Wills Mansion”. I’m wishing the Wills a very Merry Christmas!

  30. Thank you for such an open and honest post – and that’s why your readers love you because yes, your home is beautiful and you create MAGIC but you are a real person with real struggles and your honesty is a breath of fresh air.

    Sending you love and hugs for Christmas and a wish that whatever struggles you face you are able to do so with the strength and dignity that you so clearly show. Wishing you a hopeful and positive 2015, wherever that may lead you!

    xxx

    1. Thanks so so much! I can’t wait to follow on your 2015 journey and what it brings for you. You inspired me every time I read your blog!
      Merry Christmas to you guys!

  31. caroline nolazco says:

    Girl! You’re amazing. I can’t imagine going through half of what you did this year. And you came out on top! Even if it doesnt feel that way! Hug your family a little tighter because you are so blessed 🙂 I love new years- its a new beginning. Time for some serious goal making and tackling!

    1. Hi Caroline, well when I read my other blog friend Karin’s struggles in one of the comments then I know that there are some people who can just about handle anything.
      Hope all is well with you guys and the furry kiddos. Merry Christmas!

  32. Julia,

    Thank you for this heartwarming, transparent post. I think more bloggers need to be as authentic as you were, because we all know that life is not picture perfect in any way. I truly commend you. I think the love and support we as women can give one another is something that can carry us at very difficult times. I pray you and your family will have a blessed year ahead.

    1. Thank you so much Kara, it would certainly help if I’d read similar stories on other blogs but hearing the support here on my blog means the world to me. Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones.

  33. Your transparency is an inspiration. Prayers as you make decisions during this coming year, big and small.

    PS I adore you and your blog!

    1. Thanks so much Amber and Happy Holidays

  34. Your honesty inspires me. You have had a really hard year. And I know what you mean about reading other “picture perfect families” in other blogs. That’s why I had to completely stop blogging and reading blogs for a few months this year. Depression got the better of me. You inspire me to be a stronger person and power through the challenges. I’m glad things are looking better for your daughter. That must be a huge relief. I hope you enjoy the holidays and have a great Christmas!

    1. I’m so sorry to hear that depression got the better of you and I totally know how it feels. When we blogger see all this cheerful stuff all the time on other websites and we just can’t feel the same way. I’m also glad to not feel like this alone.
      Hope your Christmas is a good one this year in your gorgeous new home with your adorable family. Merry Christmas!

  35. Julia, I love this post! Thank you for being so brave and sharing! I think about you guys often and I’m so glad you’re daughter is feeling better and you are getting it under control without meds!I hope you can truly enjoy the holidays and that 2015 is a great year! So glad you all are coming out on the other side stronger. You have a beautiful family and you’re always welcome in NC!!! 🙂

    1. Thanks so much Summer. It’s hard to share this publicly. I sure would love to move to NC though! It’s fun to dream about different locations. Merry Christmas!

  36. So very true Julia. It is a tough balancing act that we bloggers play. I did my own venting post a couple of months ago and frankly it was great to get it out in this little world of ours. Yeah totally blogger speak. Good luck and hope y’all have a great 2015. Merry Christmas!

    1. Oh I have to find your venting post 🙂 Thanks for the visit Vidya and Merry Christmas to you and your family too.

  37. Blogging is not for the meek or mild. It’s definitely hard and it definitely requires a lot of strength. Whenever I feel like I’m losing steam, I always remember why I started blogging in the first place. This was a great read. And I’m happy to hear your daughter is doing great. Loved the round up as well. Happy Holidays

    1. Thank you and hope you are having a great holiday!

  38. Oh Julia, ich freue mich zu hören, das es deiner kleinen Tochter schon so viel besser geht
    Ich wünsche Dir und deiner Familie ein wundervolles Jahr 2015!
    Love & hugs
    Lydia

    1. Vielen Dank Lydia und Dir auch einen guten Rutsch in’s neue Jahr.

  39. What a great post! I so admire your refreshing honesty and candor! Life is wonderful but not perfect as it sometimes seems on the blogs!

    1. Thanks Cathy, it does appear way to perfect sometimes and it drives me nuts 😉 glad that other people feel the same way. Thanks for the visit and comment.

    1. Thanks Aniko and to you too. All the best for 2015!

  40. Ich wünsche dir und deinen Lieben einen guten Rutsch…thanks for your honesty, like the others here, I can so relate to everything you said. I think, that’s why it comes down to three blogs that are still on my check list…yours being one of them obviously. Technically I wasn’t able to comment here for a couple of months, so I’m happy to let you know now, still following you, still thinking of you when I drive past the Autobahn sign “Schneewittchenstadt Lohr am Main” :)) I wish you all the best for next year, stay strong, from what I can read here, lots of people are thingking of you fondly! Alles alles Liebe und Gute, viele Grüße aus Mainz von Katrin

    1. Vielen Dank Katrin, bin so froh von Dir zuhören und dass Du an mich denkst wenn Du auf der Autobahn an Lohr vorbeifährst. Jetzt hab ich wieder Heimweh 😉 das wird sich wohl nie ändern!
      Ich wünsche Dir auch einen guten Rutsch in das neue Jahr und hoffentlich bis bald.

  41. Julia, so sorry I missed this post before Christmas! I’ve been away from my computer (actually away – it’s in the shop!). I couldn’t have gotten through 2014 without counseling and I can completely sympathize with the anxiety even though I’ve kind of danced around it on my blog. I actually had to leave my job because of it but I never talked about it because of blowback from my job about what I wrote on my blog. Ugh. I am so sorry for what you’ve been going through this year and I’m so glad that you have seen some good things come out of it (like your daughter improving without medication!) – I hope 2015 brings you good changes! And to echo Amber, there’s this wonderful area called DFW you should move to! 🙂 I know a great realtor 😉

    1. Oh don’t worry Brynne, I should have visited many more blogs before the holidays and just simply didn’t have the time for it. I feel awful though.
      Counseling really can do so much good. Sorry you had to go through all of it. Lets hope 2015 brings us lots of great change. And I’d love to move to DFW, now my hubby only needs a great logistics job 😉

  42. Cheers, Julia! I loved this post and your willingness to be transparent. Wishing you and your family the best for the New Year!

    1. Thank you and cheers 😉 It wasn’t easy to admit Emily!

  43. Oh Julia I rarely comment but your blog is one one of favorites. I adore you and your passion for animals, your love of your family, your inspiring and creative projects and also your heartfelt honestly. I thing because of your openness and candor (always with a sense of humor) you make all of us feel comfortable and at home, like you are part of our extended family. Thanks for keeping it all so real and for sharing so much with us. We all have so much in common.

    There is a great blog – perhaps you know of it already – momastery. Glennon talks a lot about life issue and how beautiful and brutal life is. Plus she is hilarious and is open and honest about ALL things in her life.

    God bless and the best news is hearing how great your daughter is doing – as well as you and your husband.

    PS: Just have to say if there was a vote for the most beautiful blog family yours would win!!

    1. Awwwww thank you so so much and I’ll relay the message to the rest of the family.
      I don’t know momastery but do you know my life and kids? It’s a great blog too about family and life and she is so funny.

      Hope you have a great new year and thanks so much again.

  44. Hello Julia, thank you for sharing such a personal post. I think we all struggle with some of the same issues you have mentioned in your article. I too have a problem with me extended family and wished I was closer to my parents who also live in Germany. Not all is gold that shines, what makes it so special is our ability to overcome it all, stay positive and walk through the heart break, the headaches and the little and big problems. Despite all the bothers you in your personal life you still manage to inspire others (your work inspires me) Take it all in and try to enjoy the little things in life, the little successes we have and the lovely moments we get to share with our families and friends are what makes the life worth living. You are such a beautiful and strong lady, keep your head up high. Sending love and best wishes for the New Year!

    1. Thanks so much! How interesting that you have similar struggles, I’m sorry! But I’m glad I have likeminded peeps that know what I’m talking about 😉 Best wishes for the New Year from me too.

  45. Ah Julia – thanks for being so honest. It’s so refreshing and real – a needed thing in this crazy blog world!! You’re in my prayers – hoping 2015 helps to bring your family even closer together!

    1. Thanks Christina and happy New Year to you.

  46. Oh Julia, my heart aches for you that this year has been so tough. But I’m thankful your daughter is doing better, even though I’m sure it’s tough to make all those dietary changes. I for sure know what it’s like to want to move and also have inlaw troubles. Let’s get together soon, sounds like we need some retail therapy! XO!

    1. Thanks Carrie and lets make this happen soon. I’d so love to. Have a great new year!

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