I came across this photo when I was reading Abigail Ahern’s post on 10 Steps to a Stylish Office and I was immediately smittened with these dishes. How awesome is it that these dishes look likes pieces of a picture or a tapestry? What’s more intriguing to me is that you can’t see the whole picture. It leaves a little something to the imagination and I love that concept! Do you know where I can find something like this? Please let me know.
This home is simply amazing! I love how this home’s boundaries have been seamlessly blended with the outdoors. I mean, this spot is like going out for a picnic but you get the comforts of your home.
This pre-fabricated part of the shed is used as a bedroom retreat and what a retreat it is. I’d be happy to wake up to this view everyday. Actually, can I just move in? (Are you noticing a trend yet that I’d like to own several houses?) Get the rest of the fabulous tour here from Detail Collective.
Annnndddd…..how about these punjammies?
I love that these look fashionable enough to step outside in. No more feeling embarrassed over old and obvious pj’s. I loved these so much that I immediately bought one for my mom for mother’s day. I was a little anxious that maybe I loved the punjammies more than her. To my relief, she actually loved it! This raspberry one below is the one that I got her. The two punjammies above are the ones I want to buy for myself! I mean, I really need some cute wardrobe to sleep in.
This company has dedicated itself to helping the women of India to stay out of sex-trafficking. It’s an added bonus to support these other women who are trying to change their lives while buying these punjammies. I am all for companies like Sudara. I also love that they came up with “punjammies.” It has to do with the area they’re located in: Punjab, which is in the northwestern part of India. This is one play on word that I can appreciate. Check out their website to learn more-especially under the FAQ section.
And finally….my big news: I’m engaged. I’m still hoping to post regularly, but forgive me if I fall through. You may need to tap me on the shoulder to remind me to take a breather.