I’m back. Such a fun trip and I’ll be posting photos soon but in the meantime, while I’m hitting the ground running, I thought I’d share some reading material (I returned home to nothing short of 112 unread blog posts in my google reader). A sampling:
Yet another post that inspires my inner-seamstress until I need to remind her, we don’t really enjoy sewing and lack the talent for anything more complicated than a mini beanbag. Remember, we pretended for awhile, but now the cat’s out of the bag. And we’re okay with that. I’m all about ordering from the talented artists on etsy.
Need shelving? Here’s some unique ideas.
An important tutorial about how to back up your blog (if you’re on blogger). I’m very diligent about backing up my client files but up until last week I was completely careless about backing up this little space. Shame on me.
Now back to the title of this post. Last week I was a guest blogger on Magpie Morning, writing about the most surprising wonderful thing about being a mama. Which is definitely not flying across four time zones with two toddlers on a two hour flight followed by a five hour flight and no naps logged. Throughout the month of May Ms. Magpie is featuring mamas from all over the world answering the simple question, What do you find to be the most surprisingly wonderful thing about being a mother? Read my answer here.