Friday, June 19, 2015

HAPPY 100th POST!!

And two year blog anniversary!

You know when I started this blog I never thought I would make it three months let alone two years. I didn't think I'd make it five posts and now we're at 100! It totally blows my mind. I've thought long and hard about how I want to celebrate this milestone. It's a pretty big one for me! And I've decided that today we're just going to take a look back at the last two years. Talk about some stats, talk about the dolls, talk about the projects and at the end I will give you guys a chance to win something pretty cool! But we'll get to that in a moment.

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Surprise....I Goobered Up! know I can never do anything important without goofing up somehow LOL!

As I was looking for blog stats to talk about in my 100th post I discovered something. It turns out that I accidentally counted a post I've never published! So this is my actual 99th published post and NEXT time will be 100 where we do our super cool give away. I'm super awesome! And yeah I know that nobody will really care if I'm one off but I care!! Dang it. So for our actual 99th post I'm going to be lame and just talk. If you aren't interested in a post with very few pictures and lots of talking then come back for my next post! I totally understand and the next one will be picture heavy and super fun!

Thursday, June 4, 2015

Kit's Chicken Keeping Set and an Exciting Annoucement!

The hubby and I took a little trip to Nashville over Memorial Day weekend and one of the places we went was the Hermitage. The Hermitage is President Andrew Jackson's former home and while I'm not a huge fan of the man; his home and the museum on the grounds are very interesting! They still have his wife's favorite wall paper on the walls of the home and it's in remarkable condition. Speaking of his wife (her name was Rachel) my favorite part was getting to walk in her garden. Here is one of the best pictures I took:
It is a very traditional English square garden and Rachel would walk in it everyday as well as grow herbs for some of her health problems! Another interesting thing about Rachel is that she was very attached to all her fowl and worried about them when she was gone. Which leads us right into what we're talking about today: Kit's Chicken Keeping Set!