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Monday, November 9, 2015

Thank You, Midwest Living Magazine

How have you all been?  I hope all is well in your neck of the woods!  I am way overdue on touching base and filling you in with some small happenings over here in our life.  But first, I have to send a huge thank you out to Midwest Living magazine for the feature in the November/December holiday issue on newsstands now!  You will find our farmhouse Christmas vignettes featured alongside the extremely talented blogger and friend, Jennifer Rizzo.  It is such an honor, thank you for making my day, Midwest Living!


{Photo courtesy of Midwest Living}


{Photo courtesy of Midwest Living}


On another note, I know I promised you a fall tour, and don't worry, I will squeeze one in yet before Thanksgiving!  We have a few tiny home repair mishaps to wade through first.  One being our tiled shower in the upstairs bath in need of some serious attention.  The entire tile shower flooring is leaking water through the sub-floor into our kitchen below.  At this point, we are most liking going to have to tear out the whole tiled shower as well as deal with the new hole in our kitchen ceiling.
Ahh, the joys of home ownership, right?
But all this merely a hiccup!  Life is good!


{Photo courtesy of Midwest Living}


So here is the plan, share a little fall decor with you sometime before Thanksgiving, all the while repairing and painting our home, then it's on to the annual Christmas Housewalk beginning November 30!  If you have never joined us before on this fabulous, virtual Christmas blog tour, hosted by Jennifer Rizzo, please come back here for more details and updates regarding the Holiday Housewalk posted throughout November.


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3 comments:

  1. Congrats- what joyfuyl happy news. I read that publication, and it is always fun to see a fellow blogger or two be credited. Yay! ♥

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  2. Congratulations on the feature. I will look for you in my copy! oh- the joys of home ownership is right. We had that same thing happen about two years ago. The main line from the shower to the sewer system was broken (rusted through-old cast iron pipes).WHAT a mess! Hope yours is an easier fix. xo Diana

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