The lovely weekend is upon us again and bringing with it, April Fool’s Day. And a certain brother-in-laws birthday. Since we’re the same age, I’m pretty sure he’s skipping this day as well. To help you alleviate the memory of poorly executed April Fool’s Day jokes, I’ve got some pretty swoon-worthy links for you. Sit back and enjoy!
This book – oh this book. Sarah Mae’s newest book, Having a Martha Home the Mary Way, is a must read for any busy lady. Get. it. now.
This lovely lake home tour in our very own Texas Hill Country Home has me dying. Do yourself a favor and check out the beams, Austin stone and planked ceiling. And that’s just the living room!
I heart Organizing has led me to the light. I’ve wondered for years how to properly label Little Man’s canvas toy bins. Now I know! Speaking of organization, did you realize Simply Organized has a shop!?
In case you’re wondering how rolling your jeans now differs from how we all did it in junior high – here’s the scoop. You’re welcome.
Let’s go two-stepping in the Hill Country. Here’s 6 places to get those boots on the saw dust from Texas Hill Country. If you don’t understand the boots on the saw dust reference, we can’t be friends.
While this is an oldie, it’s a goodie. Best tacos in DFW as defined by Texas Monthly. I swear I’m going to do my own list and feature titled, tacos y ritas. It’s coming ya’ll. Promise.