YC and I are so lucky that we had incredibly loving, creative, talented, supportive people surround us on our wedding day. We wanted a DIY wedding from start to finish, and that’s pretty much what we had. YC’s sister and my aunt took beautiful photos, my mom and I designed the decor (with plenty of… Continue reading Baby’s Breath Rustic Wedding Flowers
I made these rustic hors d’oevres labels last summer in prep for YC and my wedding, and when the day finally I arrived, I completely forgot to use them. Still, I thought they were pretty (and very budget friendly), so here they are on the blog!
A few weekends ago, it was all about closets at the Project House. While YC voiced his shock and disbelief at the number of clothing boxes that tagged along with me when I moved westward, I tackled our problem of tiny closets. It turned out that our closets were not so much tiny as very… Continue reading $150 custom closet system
Boy, what a busy couple of months! Graduating, moving, house buying, house renovating, career starting, marriage! After much debate, I decided last summer that Gidget, Ducky, and Antoinette should go live in the country. Seven chickens between YC and I really is quite a lot for a modest yard in the city. It just so… Continue reading House and Home and Blog Changes
YC and I are attempting to grow about 200 rosemary plants from cuttings (more on exactly why we’re doing that later)… Last summer, I grew a few plants on accident when I took cuttings and left them in a glass of water with some other herbs and flowers for about a month. The flowers all… Continue reading How to Grow Rosemary from Cuttings – 5 Tips
These oatmeal cookies are packed with three things you need when you’re on a hike: calories, fiber, and protein. They’re also pretty solid, so they are the perfect treat to toss in your backpack.
For the first time maybe ever, there was no Easter egg dye purchased in our family. Instead, between our various collections of hens (mine, YC’s, and my parents’), we have eggs in every shade (except pink… the pink egg layer passed away sometime last year). But we have palest blue (almost white), varying shades of… Continue reading Happy Easter!