10 Things I Loved in March

It’s been a while since I had to raise a puppy. Say, about 9 years. It’s a little different, too, raising a pup out in the country versus in the suburban. So, I apologize for not being as regular around here as I had hoped to be. Kali is a loving, but demanding puppy. Rottweilers in general are usually demanding, but the poor thing has been going through a urinary infection, so that’s been putting a damper on house breaking her. As much joy and frustration as she’s been bringing us, I know we’ll get there. Anyway, check out what I’ve been digging this month:

1)This just might be one of the coolest DIY I’ve seen in a while, particularly involving an alligator pattern.

2)When trying to chase a dream, it’s hard to know when you’re qualified for the job or not. This post struck a chord with me- I’m qualified if I say I’m qualified. Just eventually got to back it up.

3)Roman shades are oh so tailored, but oh so expensive. I’ve been thinking about doing a faux version.

4)This couple ditched the typical RV for road tripping and opted for a Chevy Silverado. Talk about taking only what you need. While it’s admirable, I’m not quite sure I could do it with a truck.

5)Check out this cool, dark edgy tiny home. Not only does it scream cozy, it’s full of fun attitude.

6) There’s not much that sounds more romantic than restoring an 1850’s Greek Revival home, especially when you add in the modern twists. (Just kidding, I know it’s but rewarding grunt work.)

7)Most wall galleries could use something a little more 3-D than just picture frames. Been thinking about adding this fella to the wall.

8)Even dogs go to work in the interior design field. Loved reading about a day in Addie’s life.

9)I love the fun and unexpected use of color in this home. It’s fun yet soothing.

10)I just bought this quilt and I’m in love! I can’t wait to finish pulling the room together to show it off to you!

What have you been into this past month? Also, let’s connect on Bloglovin’!!

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