I have no idea how people work in jobs where they have to travel all the time. I supposed they get used to it and get good at it – find the best places to eat, where to charge a laptop and iPad, where to rest, and how to get comfortable in an airplane seat. Most of my trips are going to be spaced out, but I have one scheduled this week right on the heels of my Colorado trip. On Tuesday, I’m heading out to Petaluma near San Francisco, California to teach a couple of workshops with my Milk Paint retailer out there, Gracefully Worn. I haven’t been to California since I was four, so I’m really looking forward to it. I’m also so thrilled that I get to meet some of my blog friends like Maria from Dreamy Whites.
The details of my trip to Petaluma, local signings and my trip to Houston, TX in January are all on my side bar. I am working on trips to Fayetteville, Arkansas, Atlanta,, Nashville, Glendora, CA, San Antonio, Ontario, Tampa/Orlando and more!
As I’ve shared on my blog before, I have a bit of a thing for brushes. So, when I spotted this lovely at an antique store, I had to get it.
I’m really not sure what it was used for (or what I’ll use it for), but I just couldn’t pass it up. Any ideas about what this brush was made for?
I’ve gotten some amazing opportunities through this blog and recently, I was offered another. I just wrote my very first article for CountryLiving.com,which is a huge honor. I was asked to find some Woodland-inspired gift ideas and it was a lot of fun doing some virtual shopping.
(These are from The Sitting Tree.)
I also found out how challenging it is and I have a whole new respect for the folks who put those shopping guides together on a regular basis! If you’re interested in reading the article, you can check it out HERE.
(By the way, HAIL TO THE REDSKINS!!! Sorry Baltimore fans.)