Everyone is always frantically running around in the month of December and then on the15th or so you realize you need to send out Christmas cards too. You search through all your summer photos hoping one is "good enough" for the card.
Shutterfly has a wonderful new card collection this year from traditional colors and embellishments to merry and bright colors that take on a modern feel. They also feature religious/scripture based cards (including Hanukkah) and cards that you can showcase your fur babies photos on.
Whatever your style Shutterfly is sure to have something you'll love.
There is nothing like a warm cup of coffee and my new dog by my side first thing in the morning. It might be the first time in weeks I feel like I can blog. I've missed it. I had no idea how often I referenced blogging when talking. Pinterest too. It sparks my creativity and keeps me in-the-know. Double edge I guess because when I'm not feeling creative I don't like the posts I write. Therefore, I have countless "saved" posts in waiting. Do you do the same thing?
I've been thinking about blogging a lot lately. It's a funny thing you know. Talking to people you do not "know" yet eventually you find yourself wondering how they are doing and caring about them. You're a part of their life and they yours yet, I've never met a blogger friend in person...you?
My blog is a place where my dreams and present life meet. It's where I play dress up, talk about products and decorate my house. It has been a place where I share my thoughts, my day to day life and people who surround me. It's "ever changing". I'm not always sure what I'll do next, but I'm always glad to come back after a long break.
I'm getting ready to fly back to Michigan after spending a long weekend in St. Louis, Missouri
with my nieces. It would be hard to leave, but I'll be seeing them in 4 days for my parent's 50th Anniversary weekend getaway. (It's a surprise destination, so I'll tell you more about that next week.)
While the city has so much to offer I thought I'd highlight the arch today using Pinterest.
Have you been to St.Louis? I appreciate (after living in a Quebec City) the French influence here.