Shades of gray, bursts of color

This weekend has been super laid back, since my husband has been super busy helping out some of the team from Hot Rod Magazine while they are up here doing some article/interviewing. (Super cool, right? This is the 2nd time he's done work with them now.)

That means I have had the house TO MYSELF - aka getting a ton of shit done!

With more sun happening, temperatures warming up (close to 40's next week for highs!) it meant bringing down the heavier curtains and putting up sheers. I know, I know - our curtains don't start at the ceiling - well our ceiling isn't that tall and I'm short so all you interior designer experts will have to deal with that! Still get plenty of light, and privacy from the neighbors seeing whatever the heck we are doing, or watching! (I learned quickly any Netflix created show means watching with curtains shut - they just love sexy time in their shows!)


Our living room now - super minimal, muted tones with pops of color and lovely floor (debat…

Leaving Tumblr, Hello Blogger

Leaving Tumblr. Love the platform, but, it's so busy and I always forget my darn login. (It is the only site I continuously forget which login I have for it.)

So, after much debate I've decided to give Blogger a try. It's probably been 6-7 years since I last used Blogger so why not try it again now!

Of course, I could not just use their default themes.. they are either non-responsive or it's the same responsive one they have offered forever. After some digging found the perfect base for keeping it extremely simple and minimal - thanks to CodaThemes.

Now, I'm just mulling over if I bring over the 500+ posts from Tumblr, or start completely bare and fresh over here. It will probably be the latter, and going forward will likely be mostly photos posted up and not so much text - I have always hated trying to do creative writing...

On that note, till next post. xoxo

Update: March 20, 2017
Google has finally released some nice looking responsive templates so I am no longer using the custom one that was hand coded.