Where the heck did March go?
Not too long ago I was wishing it would hurry up, and I guess it serves me right that it just flew right on by. Without any warning, here comes April.
Gotta tell you I am not very prepared for the whole April showers thing, although the way things are going around these parts the “showers” may come out of the sky as snowman material. I’ll keep my mittens handy just in case.
To brighten up my gloomy, gray, rainy days (are you all excited yet) I will be awkwardly staring at my new favorite Etsy shop and possibly petting my screen a whole lot. The romance, the romance is in the air. Can you feel it? The First Snow has such gorgeous prints that make my blood flow quicken and my heart pitter-patter. They make me want to fall even more in love with that hunk Timbo. If you are planning a wedding, you really need to scope out the cake toppers, invitations, and cards because they are beyond adorable. I feel like I could get lost in a field of hand drawn flowers, which afterall…is the bright side of April showers.
In other blogosphere happenings…. I am forever pinning those photos of girls with cotton candy pink hair or gasp mermaid blue. I love the bold color, but I work for a Fortune 500 company y’all and I feel like the CEO would not-so-much appreciate my eclectic new doo. So when Gabrielle at Design Mom featured this temporary hair chalk, I pretty much fell out of my chair. You mean I can jazz it up on weekends and then be totally business appropriate come Monday. You guys won’t even recognize me once I have all my Tattly tattoos and bright, funky hair. I can be so hardcore, for a minute. My new time sucker is definitely The Blonde Abroad. She is such an inspiration to save all our pennies and see the world, you should see all the places she has been. Tons of travel tips, videos, and funny stories. I am hooked. Ok, I have caught glimpses of these vertical gardens all over the web but this one is my favorite so far. Dana over at House Tweaking is working out her green thumb with lots of pretty blooms. Unfortunately for me, not even a succulent fares well in this house. I will just print a picture of hers out and put it on the wall, living vicariously…that’s what it’s all about.
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The only thing I’ve ever been able to keep alive is a basil plant.
And I am digging that hair chalk. Because you know, redheads should never do anything permanently crazy to their hair because it’s already lovely 😉
I just had that discussion with two local redheads, their hair is so lovely I told them NEVER to dye it!