Planning a weekly menu has changed my life. I used to drag myself into the kitchen at 5pm and stare into my cupboards trying to figure out something to make with a can of beans, tomatoes and corn (which by the way, is delicious on rice and one of our favorites but every day of… Continue reading What’s for dinner?!
I just made a new Idaho sign. I love this one so much! I just listed it in the shop! Go on over and take a look🙂
….on steroids. I have this long, narrow living room in my house that has vaulted ceilings and all windows on one side. It is our main living area so it has our good couch and rug. We had a big empty space that needed something big and beautiful that was closer to a mantle than… Continue reading Ana White’s Rustic X Console
I made a bunch of wood signs recently and took them to a local craft fair. I was pretty pleased with what I sold and am eager to make some more. It is so fun making these signs. Here is my booth at the craft fair. I live in Idaho and my customers loved the… Continue reading Painted wood signs
My very good friend was about to have her fourth baby. I don’t care what Miss Manners says about showers for first babies only; if you are about to birth a child you deserve a party. Not just a little gathering but a legit party. Childbirth is amazing, women are amazing and the whole thing… Continue reading Baby Tea Party
After Gilbert Blythe passed away last spring, my social media feeds were alight with love and adoration for his character and the whole Anne of Green Gables series. I, too, loved the book and especially the movies. Gilbert was the ultimate sweetheart. And I loved Anne too! She was a role model for me in… Continue reading Anne of Green Gables Party
We recently moved from San Diego, California to a small town in Idaho. My husband is a professor at a private university teaching anatomy/physiology and biology. Even though San Diego is America’s favorite city, we were very happy to leave. We loved going to the zoo, the Natural History Museum, the beach, Balboa Park, La… Continue reading Idaho