Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Why I blog...

This past week I have done a lot of reflecting. 

I have let a lot of new fun hobbies get in the way and throw off my game. 

Mess with my "mojo" so to speak. 

I have lost "me" in the meantime. 

I LOVE monogramming soooo much but it's time for Me and for boundaries. 
Because I also love ruffles,scallops, and bows. I also love interior spaces, deconstructed furniture, and a good floral fabric! 

Soo.....

First step was turning off all notifications on Facebook, logging out and only checking in once or twice. 

Second step is finishing the 32 drafts I have started and never hit post. 

Third is sharing my why. 

I love to write. I always have. I am not this elaborate, eloquent writer, bu this is my space, my playground where dreams take shape. This little blog has been so therapeutic, in times of frustration and healing, it's been here for me!! And so have all of you lovely friends!! 

Interiors is my passion. Always has been, and always will be. No amount of anything else can pull me from the interiors! 

So.... Let's see and do some more of that shall we?? 

I have all these plans, and style boards, and mini updates to share of this past year. 

For life accuracy several will be backdated to when the work actually occurred. Hope y'all don't mind! But if you are on blog lovin it will come straight to your email! 

Easy peasy lemon squeezy! 

Thank you few readers who have stuck around for my lengthy breaks I have unintentionally taken! 

Health, and falling apart house, and reflux baby, have all been my excuse this past year.

 No.More.Excuses. 

The End.

(All images can be found in my pins on my Pinterest board)

4 comments:

Dixie Delights said...

Welcome back girlfriend. SO happy to meet you in real life last night!!! xoxo

Megan said...

Love this post. Looking forward to hearing more from you in the future!

jessiepjones said...

Can't wait dear friend - I need half of your ideas and talent for my poor house! :-)

Monograms Mud said...

As a mommy of 3 reflux babies I send a gigantic hug your way. Caring for a baby with GERD is seriously the hardest task I've ever had to do in my life. Welcome back to blogging but know that your break was well deserved.