Friday, March 11, 2011

I am so ready for this weekend! It is suppose to be sunny and decently warm.

Plans include the following:
1. Putting our house back together. We recently got hardwoods floors downstairs and I have to felt the bottom of all our chairs and tables. Also I have to put the rubber mats under our rugs.

Speaking of rugs, I can’t find exactly what I want. The problem is I have an internal battle going on, do I want contemporary or do I stay with my traditional theme. Paul likes our new rug, thank you Lowe’s, but I really want something simple but with a splash of contemporary. If you know of any great places, please let me know.

2. Blinds – We are putting up new faux wood blinds downstairs so we can avoid all pepping Toms. Paul has this constant freak-ish feeling that people can see in our house. When we sit down for dinner, he closes all the curtains to make sure no one can see him eat. It’s the same in the bedroom, it’s hilarious. I take advantage of making him feel exposed every moment I get. I love to open all the windows to let the natural sunlight in! My favorite is opening the windows in the bedroom while he is in the shower; get’s him going every time!

3. Car Services, my poor brakes need updating! Thank goodness for my maintenance package!

4. Making Easter Decorations! Last week while scouting out Michael’s I came across their Easter section and got a burst of creativity! I am going to tackle it this weekend by making an Easter wreath for my front door! Here are a couple photos of inspiration.
Via Delish
Via Souther~Charmz

5. Reconstructing my favorite new drink! Last weekend while out celebrating Paul’s birthday I discovered an organic agave nectar margarita! It is delicious.

Via PF Chang's Bar
• 2 oz or Patron
• 1.5 oz fresh lime juice
• 1 oz Copas Agave Nectar
• Salt rim glass. Combine all ingredients in a martini shaker. Shake and strain in to glass. Add a wedge of lime!

Hope everyone has a fabulous weekend!

1 comment:

  1. LOVE the 2nd wreath! I'm coming over so we can do them together. Clearly, I'll have my glue gun in tow :)