Month: September 2015

Vacation is no time to be lazy!

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20150916_134139921_iOSGuys, I just came back last Sunday from an AMAZING vacation, and I feel totally recharged! It was definitely much much needed after working all summer with no real breaks, covering for everybody else’s vacation.

Today though, I feel like karma really does exist because after waiting patiently all summer for my vacation to come, I ended up with what was (probably) the most beautiful 2 weeks of the summer, weather-wise! Honeybee and I felt so blessed, we really wanted to make the most out of it and I think we did – we savored every minute of it.

We spent a good 10 days on the go, first visiting friends in Buffalo, NY then driving to Honeybee’s family in the Toledo area in Ohio, and then taking the bus there for a short 3-days getaway in Chicago where we met his (and now my) friend Jen. There, we visited the Art Institute of Chicago, the Shedd Aquarium, the Field Museum, the Skydeck at the top of the Willis Tower, we also took a boat ride on lake Michigan, walked the waterfront and ate an awesome deep dish pizza at Uno’s downtown. Here’s a little photo recap of our time there :

ChicagoAfter all this, I felt totally revived, and it’s good because… I came back to a real construction site 🙂

Thing is, before leaving for vacation we started renovations at the house, mainly adding a shower to the bathroom and redecorating said bathroom and my craft room. Most of the hard work had been done before leaving for vacation, but not everything is quite functional yet.

The shower works, but the bathroom has not been repainted yet, and I don’t have a towel bar. The sewing room is painted, but the IKEA furniture I bought for it has not been put together yet. Since there’s still a lot to do, I am so glad I came back feeling so energized! I will share with you guys pictures of my bathroom and craft room makeovers when they are complete but in the meantime, I can tell you that I chose a very bright and playful color scheme for my sewing room that uses yellow, white and gray. Most of the room is very basic, but I went all out for the accent wall, with which I had quite a bit of fun. Want to see it? Here it comes…

Drum roll….

sewing roomTada! What do you guys think? Yay or nay?

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