Happy New Year!
I hope 2009 has started out well for you all. I find that the new year always makes me think of the previous year and all that I did or did not do. The most exciting thing that happened to me in 2008 is marrying my wonderful husband, Randy. Right after the honeymoon, there was Thanksgiving, then the antique show in Kansas City, then Christmas and so on. I am finally getting to my wedding photos for you to view. I decided to make my wedding photos a new blog, as you will notice in the top left corner of this blog. My Carriage House Wedding is a new blog that will be updated frequently. I will post photos, wedding tips, behind the scenes work, family, friends, and continue to add photos as my friends and family give them to me. Please check this blog periodically as it will be updated. Also, please visit Atia Thurman's website, the photographer of my wedding. If you are on a diet, this eye candy is super delicious without an ounce of fat! :-)
I am finding much happiness with my new life. By "new" life, I simply mean that at age 45, I feel much younger than I am, I feel happier with my life's decisions, and I feel like I have lots of new adventures waiting for me. I want to thank you all for sticking by me when my posts aren't published as often as I would like. I appreciate all the emails and comments and I continue, to this day, find myself amazed at how many of you take the time out of your busy lives to send me a quick email or comment. I will never take that for granted and I am so very grateful for all of you. You inspire me more than you will ever know.
My next post will be some "eye candy" of a couple of article that were published in Romantic Homes magazine a few months back. I didn't announce my articles like I usually do, as I explained in an earlier post, I had a few troublesome months. I thought I would start the new year out with some photos of some projects and also tell you of some future projects that I am currently working on...thank you again for taking an interest.
Just in case you are wondering about the photo...that is my little guy, Monty. He is my little pug that now lives in Texas with his sister, Lulu, and their daddy. I miss him so much and when I took this photo, he was patiently waiting for me while I was on a photo shoot for Romantic Homes. He just sat and waited and waited. The wrinkles on his forehead are from him thinking he heard me open some food package and he is looking hopeful. Unfortunately for him, I was getting out a memory card for my camera, which was packaged in cellophane. His photos always makes me smile and I thought what a nice way to begin the new year - with a smile!
From my happy house to your house,