Happy Monday everyone! Wow, this last week has really just been crazy. It’s hard to keep up with the weather when it flip-flops between the 40s and the 70s, and then here in the mountains the temperatures are FREEZING at nighttime. No wonder everyone’s getting sick! Those fluctuations really seem to affect me.
During the brief moments of sunshine though I was able to tackle a few projects, including finishing this shelf that I was asking you about on facbeook. And then I took my daughter to the Virginia Girls Summit this weekend, where she got to meet amazingly inspiring successful young women. I can’t wait to share about that with you, it was really beautiful seeing these teenagers share their messages. We just got back late last night and I don’t have the pictures off of my camera yet, but you can check out #vagirlssummit to see what everyone is talking about!
For now I’ll just leave you with our Featured Pick of the Week and save those stories for blog posts later this week. How many of you have a small collection of crates, pallets, buckets or pots sitting around your garden? Check out this post on how to repurpose them from Urban Naturale.
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