I wish this picture were a bit sharper but it conveys my feelings precisely. Plus, I'm feeling a bit fuzzy myself today so all more the apropos.
Wow...thanks to so many people for stopping by my tent tour via Hooked on Houses'! I really didn't expect so many visitors, nor the amazingly kind words about my tour. Fascinating stuff, right? I thought I'd lose everyone with the history lesson (if you're new to my blog, I'm a woman of *many* words, and I can't seem to help it), but was pleased to see how many people hung in there. I swear, at one point I felt like I was back in school writing a thesis or something!
Your way-too-kind comments have really made my day (week! year!). I said to the mister last night that I thought I should start a blog for work. You know, where colleagues could leave comments and say nice things about me. So I would feel better about myself and like my job more. Things like:
"Amazing job with that business plan outline, Laura! OMG...it was so creative!"
"LOL...that direct mail piece with the fireworks photo was HILARIOUS! Good work!"
Wouldn't that be cool? (Except for the fact that some of the people I work with are not-so-nice, and say not-so-nice things about my projects. Behind my back. It's like being in high school all over again. Lucky me! But, as usual, I digress...)
So a big, fat blog hug from me to all of you who stopped by, left comments, and/or enjoyed the tents. For those of you who fancy online tours, tomorrow Southern Hospitality is hosting a "Favorite Thrift Store Find" hootenanny, and God knows I've got the goods to participate in that one. I'm hoping to pick myself up by the bootstraps and pull a post together tonight, but be sure to stop by Southern Hospitality to check it out.
And if you like the french fry poster above, check out Studio Mela's Etsy store. She has fantastic, high quality signed and numbered prints made from her original designs, like the "I Love Your Eggbeaters" print I own and mentioned the other day:
And other motivational mantras like these: