Best of 2011

With the new year dawning, I thought it appropriate to take a walk down memory lane.  Based on page views (because I’m a closet geek that adores things like web stats, bounce rates and page views), here were your favorite posts of 2011…

1. Finally Finished Banquette – DIY banquette built as part of basement renovation
2. A Year in the Making – DIY basement renovation
3. Ruffled Wreath Love – coffee filter wreath tutorial
4. He’s Baaaack – the return of our family elf Scout
5. Bad Bad Bath – DIY bath face lift as part of basement renovation
6. Deck the Halls – holiday decor
7. Turkey Talk – Printable file with twenty get to know your family better questions
8. Foyer Freshening – foyer table, rug and chandelier update
9. Chevron Crush – chevron wall how to and basement bar
10. New Orleans {Holiday Home Tour} – besties R and J’s home decorated for the holidays
11. Come Inside…If You Dare – halloween decor
12.  Rootin Tootin Cowboy Party – John’s 6th birthday celebration
13. Salty Sweet Delish – salted caramel pecan dark chocolate bars
14. Chic Silhouettes – silhouette pillow tutorial
15. Champagne and Cupcakes – my 35th birthday party
I want to sincerely thank each and every one of you for visiting this little blog.  I adore your comments, love reading your blogs, and can hardly believe the visitors I see coming in from places right here at home to places I’ve only read about like Russia, Brazil and the Netherlands.

Happy New Year, y’all, and all the best in the year ahead.
xoxo

| Filed under Uncategorized | Tags:

Puppet People

Tucked away in a couple of little houses on Thuderbolt Island, we spent a fantastic morning at a Puppet People puppet show.  Like most Savannah gems, this little establishment is laid back and laden with personality – and only five dollars a person to boot (a much better deal that Atlanta’s puppet center)! The morning started with… Read More

| Filed under Uncategorized | Tags: ,

Hairy Christmas

At Christmastime, everyone around these parts excitedly anticipates exquisitely wrapped packages, donned to the hilt with ribbons, paper and embellishments, from Sister.  On the other hand, I often toss quickly wrapped items, sometimes in black garbage bags, with the To: and From: scrawled right on the paper under the tree.  (I’m going to go ahead… Read More

| Filed under Uncategorized | Tags: