A fall bike ride through BC’s own Kauai

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Sat AM… I totally forgot to post the weekend link party! My apologies. Let’s give this weekend a miss and continue next week. Happy DIYing! If you’ve ever been fortunate enough to visit Hawaii’s Kauai, you’ll know where I’m coming from in this post. When I first arrived in Kauai, all I could do was […]

The unintended trailer sale. Or was it?

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As if my summer wasn’t weird enough, fall is falling suit as well it seems. I’m attempting to fall decorate… however aside from the wood pumpkin I made by the front door, everything I’m touching seems to be turning into Christmas instead, thanks to all the Buffalo Check touches I’m putting in. Hmm… So I stop, […]

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 395

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Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 395 Every Friday, 7 PM through Wednesday 11 PM Pacific Happy junk party weekend, friends! This past week I really got my blog on. Blame it on the cooler weather perhaps? However I admit I’m struggling with the loss of my beloved hot summer nights. So I brought out my Therapy […]

Welcome Fall quirky reclaimed wood pumpkin sign

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This summer when I painted my front door Bayberry green, I was soooo looking forward to playing with fall and Christmas decor against it! It’s such a lovely natural moss green tone that just seems to go with anything. Nature never fails as inspiration, does it? So blame this project on my 2nd Starbucks pumpkin […]

The modern vanity that amazingly became so much more

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Do you make lots of mistakes? Get ready to laugh AND feel good about it! Because the blogging world’s greatest storyteller just wrote a feel good story book that celebrates the blunders in life! I’m referring to KariAnne from Thistlewood Farms and her new book, So Close To Amazing.   Click to Shop on Amazon (affiliate link) HERE Visit the original […]

How to survive things you can’t change.

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Pallet sofa sign fabric post HERE Every morning, I bring my coffee out to the pallet wood sofa to begin my day. This is the spot where I linger a little too long, waiting until the mental morning fog lifts. It usually takes about 2 cups… This little spot became my BFF. It was always there to […]

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 394

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Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 394 Every Friday, 7 PM through Wednesday 11 PM Pacific   Hello everyone, and a happy summer-fall to ya! Feels like both, doesn’t it? This past week I actually started a fall AND Christmas DIY! But my schedule got interrupted when Walter the pruner drove in the driveway with his excavator […]

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 393

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Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 393 Every Friday, 7 PM through Wednesday 11 PM Pacific   Happy weekend to ya! This week was a real mixed bag. And boy do I have new stories to share soon. I had to make a rush decision on something big which resulted in a major power packed ending in […]

The merits of being indecisive.

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Welcome to my little scattered brain indecisive world…. and now, accompanying blog post. Normally I build a blog post around a start and end to something I’ve experienced, as a means of inspiring another that may need to travel the same road. However, (at the moment I’m writing this) this is not the case. Nope. […]