… testing. Please tell me there is no actual tumbleweed in sight. Feeling a little ashamed of myself for neglecting the Blog for so long when I vowed in January I would get back in the saddle.
There are no excuses except for a serious dose of procrastination and lots of busy moments and projects on the go.
The most exciting news from last year is that ‘The Happy Casa’ was shortlisted for the Irish Blog Awards 2015 HURRAY … Super chuffed I was with my new ‘shortlisted’ button which you can check out if you scroll to the end of this post … tis the simple things in life that brings one pleasure!
So with no further ado and keeping it short and sweet we’ll fire this quick update out pronto!
The Hallway has had a little makeover with some floor coverage
Remember this …
Some Art has actually been hung
After a lot of holding, standing back and ‘umming and ‘awe ing …
This is one of my favourite prints from Bold and Noble, It’s called Nest : I love its simplicity and sentiment. The small colourful painting on the bottom left was done by my eldest girl.
The little Sardinian lady we bought when we went to Sardinia last year for a wedding. It was such a tiny cute piece but I wanted to give her a bit more presence so I picked up a cheap as chips generic high street picture in my local charity shop… painted it white and mounted the lovely lady giving her the glory she deserves. At least our walls are begining to get some love …
All in all we’ve been busy. I’ve taken on a few projects and hopefully I’ll share them here soon!
Sin e an sceal … (pronounced ‘ Shin ay on shcale’ for any non irish speakers)
There are a few more before and after updates but I’ll save them for the next post.
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Until next time have a great week
Ciao for now,
All photographs copyright of Gill Deriu at The Happy Casa, Feature images courtesy of wordviewediting.com and pinterest