Somehow June got away from me. One day I was moaning about the June gloom weather and bam, it got hot and we’re in the last week of June. It’s crazy how fast the days seems to fly by. It would be nice to slow down and enjoy the little things. I’m going to make an effort to do that. Who’s with me?
I hope you can take a moment to enjoy these beautiful projects featured from The Inspiration Board. And in case you haven’t had a chance to stop by lately, here’s what I’ve been sharing.
Phew… we had our first summer heatwave and I survived. Every summer I mention this, but we don’t have air conditioning since we live so close to the coast. It rarely gets above the high 70’s but when it does we swelter. It’s the only time I look forward to going to the grocery store so I can soak in the AC. I hope your summer is off to a good start and you’re keeping cool.
I’m so excited to see what you’ve been up to. I worked on a craft project this past weekend and it’s in the craft fail bin. It was so far from what I had pictured it’s laughable. Oh well, back to the drawing board. So I’m definitely looking forward to your inspiration.
Don’t forget to check out the features from last week’s party HERE. Now, let’s start the party and as any good hostess would say, stay awhile and enjoy.
It’s definitely summer here in Southern California. We’re having a heat wave and baby it’s hot!! I’m lucky to live by the coast so we should top off today below 90 degrees. I love summer. It’s my favorite season and there were loads of summer home tours linked up – several of them are featured below – plus a bunch of other fun projects. I hope you enjoy the projects featured this week. Don’t forget to stop by tomorrow when we do it all again on The Inspiration Board Creative Party.
A little over a year ago my neighbor passed away at a terribly young age leaving her husband and twin toddlers. I watched her fight cancer courageously and beat it only to cruelly have to endure another round. I watched her babies release butterflies at her grave and heard them over the backyard fence struggle to find normal again.