Welcome to Celebrate Your Story, get comfy and stay a while!
I don’t know about you but with summer waning I’m getting antsy about transitioning into autumn. It’s hard not to think about it when most of the stores have fall and winter merchandise for sale. My spirit and my editorial calendar are nowhere near ready to crank out fall posts let alone winter. This is also the time of year when all the projects and posts I had in mind that haven’t happened start to haunt me. Please tell me I’m not the only one that feels this way!
As my mom used to say, “time waits for no one honey.” With, “let the party begin!”
Features from Last Week’s Celebrate Your Story
Having only made crepes once, I can appreciate the time and work that went into making Jolina’s Crepe Cake with Whipped Chocolate Mascarpone Cream.
Janet over at Rosemary & Thyme doesn’t think that her Easy Cheese and Meat Tray is fancy but I sure do. Her presentation is gorgeous and she also shared lots of tips on how to put one together.
If you’ve visited My Kentucky Living you know that Sheila has a knack for styling beautiful vignettes. Last week she shared How to Decorate with Jars and Jugs. Thanks for the inspiration Sheila!
Cynthia who blogs at Clockwork Interiors shared her first piece of furniture for her dining room makeover and it’s a beauty. You’ll never guess what this piece started out as!
The Most Clicked on Link from Last Week
Jenna’s Fearless Friday post is filled with all the feel-good vibes of summer. It’s like a virtual trip to the tropics!
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