It doesn't have to be perfect to be beautiful
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What? No comments here? Question. Where did yo print the Instagram pictures?
It was from when instagram fist started before there were lots of options so I googled it and ordered them from someplace in Japan. But I think there are probably closer places that do it and now I can’t remember who I used! So sorry~!
thanks. when in doubt, google it. hehe
Thank you so much for all that you do. I totally enjoy your blog. I stalked you for years before leaving a comment. You are an inspiration. I love the disco ball and laugh when it makes an appearance in yet another room or space. I loved your Compassion Trip. Thank you too for your 31 Day Series link up. A great idea.
Question: Some of your pictures show a chalkboard in your living room with the word “Dwell”, what was your inspiration for that? Dwell is my word for the year and I’ve loved it. It reminds me to live in the moment.
I love this post. It is so true. We’ve been in our house for over a year, and other than family get togethers, I can count on one hand how many times we’ve invited our friends over. My excuse isn’t so much “in our next house” but “the house isn’t finished yet”. I’ve decided not to worry about it looking perfect, and start enjoying it now. Thanks for the reminder about what is really important about our home – the people in it!
Have you ever thought about including a little bit
more than just your articles? I mean, what you say is valuable and all.
But think about if you added some great images
or video clips to give your posts more, “pop”! Your content is excellent but with images and video clips, this blog
could undeniably be one of the best in its field.
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