Kitchens aren’t just for cooking – more importantly, they’re for dancing! Grab this Kitchen is for Dancing free printable to jazz up your kitchen with something besides food! I’m sure many of you were thinking I must have really meant my whole spill about embracing the Caftans and Cocktails way of life seeing as how…
Yesterday, the Circus had her very first day of Kindergarten. I’m still not quite sure how this is possible, but I know she’s ready for it! She totally rocked her first day. I’m so excited for her to start on this new adventure and of course, also just a little scared and a little sad too…
Use this free printable cow art to bring a touch of chic country charm to your home. There are five different cow prints – each in color and black and white – that you can choose from. The best part? They are all free for you to use – personal use only though! We call…
Who doesn’t love Reba McEntire’s song, Fancy? Seriously, y’all. It’s a total classic. My little five year old self would literally sit in front of the television watching TNN (The Nashville Network) back in the day before heading to school just praying to see the Fancy video. And honestly, if you don’t like it, I…
My pap bought my brother and I a horse once. His name was Charley. I shit you not. He bucked my brother and I off one day though and after that my pap just told us Charley ran off to the ridge. In reality, he got sold. I didn’t get on another horse for a…
He was not a fit man. His belly was very round and it never occurred to me that it should be any other way. I thought all old southern men had big bellies.
He wasn’t always clean-shaven and his hair wasn’t always perfectly combed back either. In fact, sometimes a strand would fall down over his brow and remind me of one of the guys from Grease. This usually happened when he bent his head over to snicker and was followed up by a wonderful belly laugh.
On most days, his attire consisted of Liberty overalls paired with a blue button-up work shirt and work boots. As he walked out the back door, he was sure to be donning a hat that most likely advertised for the local co-op or tractor supply business.
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I am a sucker for many things.
Oh, and Navy Blue or Cobalt Blue – its pretty good too.
Sausage & Biscuits.
Good Southern Movies.
The last two are the focus of this project.
Because really who doesn’t love a little faux lucite and a good Gone With the Wind quote?
Now, let’s pair those together in this DIY Lucite Frame.
If you know anything about me, its probably two things:
1. I like cheap beer.
2. I quote Sex and the City waaaay too much.
Seriously guys, its impossible for me to count how many times I have quoted Carrie Bradshaw or any character from Sex and the City on this blog. And then there’s all the times I’ve quoted it in real life – besides to my friends that live in the computer as Grunt Labor says.
In the ongoing group text message between myself, Grunt Labor, Nicky, and the Man of Questionable Honor, I know there were two days in a row where Sex and the City quotes were flying everywhere.
You see, The Man of Questionable Honor has not only moved to New York City (the Sex and the City mecca), but he has fallen in love.
And as Carrie Bradshaw said,
“Year after year, twenty-something women come to New York City in search of the two L’s: labels and love.”
Ok, so Brandon is a guy and he’s not in his 20’s, but ya know, same thing. He’s got both L’s now.
Anyone who knows me would also say I am incredibly random.
The previous paragraphs prove this.
Let’s chat about this DIY Quote Art today, shall we?
I also have some snazzy printables for ya!