Monday, March 16, 2015

life lately.

Life has been good.
Pretty darn good and this girl can't complain too much.
We have been one busy little family since I last posted, so let's get you all caught up.

Reid is great.
He is kicking some butt at work and enjoying his crossfit thing. He asks me everyday if I would like to join him, I promptly reply... "Hell no, I am not in to muscles and that working out stuff".
Geesh, when will the man learn?

Sampson is an old man.
We think he is around 15 years old now and practically def and blind. He no longer hears the door bell ring, and refuses to tackle the stairs. Who can blame the old Love? If Reid would carry me up the stairs, I'd let him.
Other than that he is pretty spunky and still loves to play with his toys and bark at the neighbors dog.

We had Christmas.
Having the entire family together was interesting to say the least.
But wonderful.

New Years was awesome.
We spent the night out with great friends at Pomegranate and then headed back to our house for a late night dance party, Cards Against Humanity and Fireball. The camera made an unwanted appearance and then this happened.
Who's jealous of this picture?

Work is hard work but wonderful.
Still a challenge every day but I honestly love it. I went to Dallas for Lighting Market in January which was super fun and exhausting all at the same time. I am off to New York City in a couple weeks and then on to High Point Market in NC.

We had major winter weather in Richmond.
The fact that our little city does not know what to do when there is snow on the ground still baffles me.

Our niece and nephew both had birthdays.
I cannot believe Libbie is already one and Palmer is three.
Where did the time fly off to?

Yup, life is pretty good.
Bring on the warm weather, sun dresses and a tan.
Now, if I could just shake this head cold, I would be one happy camper.




  1. I LOVE your nephew's outfit! He is too precious for words. Glad to see that everything is going great for y'all right now!

  2. Such a great start to your year and can't wait to see what else is in store for you! xo, Biana -BlovedBoston

  3. You should totally try Crossfit! I did 6 classes for free when I still lived in Georgia and I loved it. If money allows I may start up here. Most boxes offer free trial classes and they don't just throw you to the wolves, they will offer a "foundations" class to teach you the basic exercises safely. Muscle is beautiful! Ever see those women's magazines promising you will look "toned" by lifting 5 lb pink dumbbells? That's a bunch of bull - the "toned" look comes from lifting heavy things :) Aside from the obvious physical benefits, you'll feel more confident and find that life's bs starts to bother you less and less. Stuff doesn't get me down as much because I know I am a badass in the gym. Plus you will make some great friends who help and encourage you. I highly suggest you try it at least... worst case scenario you don't like it, but at least you will have tried it for yourself.

  4. sounds fantastic! and i dont blame you for passing on crossfit... im more of a pilates/yoga type of person. xo jillian - cornflake dreams

  5. hope you feel better soon! that dance picture is possibly the best thing i've ever seen.
    i'm not into crossfit either - though i do love me some working out ;)


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