I never thought I could love a little thing so much! We picked up Harry on Sunday and have had the best week with him so far. I can’t believe he’s ours! (I know, I am a weirdo.)
I took him to my favorite place in Raleigh (Furbish Studio) to meet the ladies and mingle among fine home goods. He took a liking to their Moroccan shag rug and enjoyed the numerous belly rubs.
Seriously we can’t even handle the cuteness and just gush all over him all day erryday. Cesar Milan would not be happy with us. But he’s doing a great job learning commands, walking and hasn’t had a SINGLE accident in the house! Proud mom.
In between staring at Harry, I’ve been dreaming up some more projects for our house after I put things on hold in March. I found this beauty on Craigslist:
I immediately thought that this piece could be 1) amazing storage for our front living room and 2) a permanent bar (priorities.) Thinking about the bar, I was inspired by this:
See that tortoiseshell wallpaper from the always amazing Bailey Quinn McCarthy from Peppermint Bliss? Well, I thought I could take that idea and apply it to this new piece of mine- removing the green felt situation and replacing it with this:
You can find the paper here. After a few coats of some sealant to protect it from moisture (and making sure it will still fold up appropriately) I think we’ll be in business. Another thought I had if the paper doesn’t work is putting a different fabric instead of the green felt. Would love to get a teeny remnant of some of this fabulousness from Lee Jofa:
Stay tuned. I’m picking up the piece on Saturday morning and will post pics once it is in place and the paper is on it!
We are back from London/Paris (recap soon to come) and are packing our bags to head to Kiawah for what will certainly be a gorgeous wedding for a dear college friend.
And then on Sunday….we are PICKING UP OUR CORGI PUPPY TO COME HOME WITH US!!!!
This blog will soon be dedicated to all things Harry corgi. Stay tuned.
Getting amped for our trip to London and Paris tomorrow! I’ll give you guys a recap when we return about where we ate, drank, people-watched, drank, ate, got our history on.
Wait, what? Is this one of those paid editorials promoting the new season of Mad Men on HuffPo?
I mean really. Are you FUCKING. KIDDING. ME.
"The conservative activist also noted that women do not deserve equal pay because they "work fewer hours per day, per week, per year” and “place a much higher value on pleasant working conditions: a clean, comfortable, air-conditioned office with congenial co-workers.” Where is this woman getting her data and evidence? Better Homes and Gardens from 1967? And since when did anyone NOT place a high value on legal, humane working conditions? Am I missing something??
Get her out of here and put her in the cage where she belongs. As well as all the Congresswomen and men who voted against this bill. #hillary2016
#backtocorgisandtraderjoesfoodposts #sorry #butnotreally