This right here is why I became a designer. To be able to work on stunning projects like this bathroom remodel in a gorgeous Colonial Revival home. This was one of the first projects I worked on, I wasn’t the Interior Designer for the project, but I did all the styling for the space once it was completed. It was so much fun!
As any parent or guardian knows, one of the many job titles you have is that of “chauffeur” (unpaid chauffeur who has to provide extra services such as counseling, therapy, entertainment, referring, feeding, deliveries, etc. all while staying alert enough to transport your cargo safely from one destination to the next.) Since both my kiddos are still young, I honestly don’t have too much chauffeuring to do just yet. M has Montessori school 2x a week and O goes to Wobblers Story Time at the library 1x week. That is really it for events that I need to take them to other than random errands and doctors appointments. On the one hand, I’m thankful because I know the time in the car will just increase the older they get. But on the other hand, I look forward to those future journeys on the road and wouldn’t even mind more time now. It is so much fun to just take a moment and really listen to what they are up to as they are buckled into those little car seats in the back of my mini-van, throwing gold-fish crackers all over the place.
Raise your hand if you have kids 🙋🏽. Raise your hand if your kids go to school 🙋🏽. Raise your hand if your kids bring home germs-o-rama and after taking care of the entire family who got sick, it always get’s you the worst in the end 🙋🏽. This flu had me down for the count and I’m still recovering. I have a horrendous lingering cough and an injured rib from all the coughing. I didn’t even know that was a thing, that you could injury your ribs from coughing. WTH?! But, other than that I’m back to normal and now that I have my wits back, I am also back to blogging. I can’t believe it’s been over a month since my last blog post. I’m happy to get those creative juices flowing again and fingers tappity-typing.