Bon weekend, mes amis. I hope you’re doing well. You haven’t heard from because I’ve been completely immersed in my interior design business which is a very good thing; however, it hasn’t left time for anything but family. I’ve sincerely missed blogging and all of you. I’m excited to be focusing more of the blog on my business and giving you a glimpse inside my world of design. As most of you know, I’m a Francophile at heart, as are the majority of my readers, and over the past several months, many have inquired about my design services. I’ve incorporated eDesign into my business, which is wonderful to reach so many, as well as sourcing European treasures such as antiques, art and objets. I love incorporating them into my design and finding that special piece to make my client’s happy and make their home unique.
I hope you had a lovely week. I haven’t posted much this week as I’m wrapping up a few projects. Do you have any plans for the weekend? IKEA opened here this week and I picked up a storage boxes for my office and a few other things so I’ll be reorganizing. We also have a BBQ to attend. A final outdoor soirée until next summer.
I hope you had a lovely week. I spent most of my week putting away summer things and brining out fall clothing, faux fur blankets, throws and pillows. It still feels like summer other than the dipping temps in the evenings. This weekend, I look forward to spending time with my best girl, Isabella, and doing a little shopping for autumn and winter necessities, getting together with girlfriends for dinner and perhaps a bike ride if I can pull myself away from doing absolutely nothing on a lazy Sunday.
I hope you had a wonderful holiday weekend! I’m in Disney World and will post again on June 5th.
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Wishing you a lovely week.
Mother’s Day is May 10th and just around the corner. It’s the one day of the year that is designated for moms to be pampered and spoiled the way they deserve. Have you thought about what you’re going to give your mom this year? Finding the perfect gift can be tricky. What do you give the woman who fed, bathed, took care of you when you were sick, shuttled you all over town and loves you more than anyone else? As my son says, “Where would we be without Mom?” I know, I’m raising a wise and loving young man. If you have no idea what to give the favorite lady in your life, here are a few picks any Mom would love. Hint: It doesn’t have to be expensive, just from your heart.