It’s been way too long since I’ve been back on here, blogging. Sorry about the disappearance, like MIA kind of disappearance. So much for keeping my New Year’s intentions of blogging twice a week. I’m to figure out a routine to get back on track. It’s a little tricky when I’m trying to housebreak Kali. Keeping her in the living room is best where as she has way too much stuff she could get into in the office. The best solution? Getting a laptop. That’s some portable stuff right there. However, a few things on WordPress looks different, so I’m going to need to get my husband to give me a little tutorial.
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:
I never quite thought about it until I read these words, but it’s true. I admire almost every creative individual that I have met because they really do love life in their own creative way. I admire the gardeners for planting and giving back beauty to the world. I admire painters for painting their vision to put into feeling what you can’t put into words. I admire interior designers for spreading every day beauty into other people’s homes. I admire cookers for bringing joy by filling others bellies. I admire writers for embellishing words that ignites the imagination.
However, they are by no means the only group of people I admire. How about you?
For as long as I’ve known my husband, he’s always wanted a Rottweiler. Yes, you read that right. A Rottweiler. Courtesy of his sister. She’s had a couple of great Rottweilers and hers were the first time I’ve had any real interaction with the breed, leaving me with some good impressions.
Choosing a side table in color was actually not my first choice. Oddly enough, it was never my first choice in any of my designs on Olioboard. Side tables are very rarely the star of the show. I prefer to let the colors shine through on walls (even if it’s gray or black), arts, pillows, couches, chairs, rugs, accessories, and lighting (such as lamps, etc.) Side tables are an important part of the living room, but they’re so versatile that I don’t think they would make or break a room per se.