Happy New Year Friends!
I hope you are off to a wonderful start.
We are staying warm and planning a dinner of pork chops, cabbage, and black eyed peas.
Of course, there's cornbread too. :)
Here's a little look back at popular and favorite posts of 2014.
Without a doubt, the most visited post was
That post was my way of thinking over my dad's recovery from leukemia and saying good-bye
to an awesome old house. I'm happy to say that a young couple bought the house last summer
and the girl (they are in their 20s) is an interior designer. I'd love to see what they do with
this Texas historic home.
The best part of the story is that my dad settled in a smaller home about two blocks away.
He's well and fit as a fiddle!
I'm glad this post was visited the most times. :)
Next was Fall on the Porch.
I guess we are all looking for inspiration in the fall.
It's the time of year that nesting really kicks in to full gear.
My porch is little so I'm pleased that so many came to visit.
I'll continue looking for ways to make this spot inviting.
Going backwards on the calendar now to March....
If you came to visit me, I'd bring you in this room and hand you a Diet Coke.
You'd be welcome to put your feet up and stay awhile.
Be warned that you'll be wearing a little dog hair by the time you leave.
Spring in the Entry was a popular post too.
This is the single hardest space in my house to photograph.
It's also been the hardest part of the house to love for me.
Lately, my appreciation has grown though.
I'll end with the fifth most popular post
I'm not surprised that a lot of people read this one.
The space above the kitchen cabinets is hard.
Do you go empty or do you add a little?
It's an age old nagging question. :)
I'm flattered that y'all visit me and really enjoy the conversations that go back and forth.
That's what it's about to me so THANKS!
Wishing you well in 2015!!