10/6/10

Blushing... Unveiling a new guest column on BrocanteHome


 I'm blushing today.  I'm so excited to share this...

BrocanteHome has been one of my favorite blogs ever since I began reading blogs years ago.  It's inspired me to tie on a vintage apron and get my house in order, to make the little things special in life, and to pick up many a book.  And it's been one of my inspirations to begin blogging.  Alison has always felt like a kindred spirit - creative, honest, nurturing, and reflective not to mention her lighthearted, feminine, vintage signature style. 

And now I have the chance to have a regular guest column called Bohemian Season at Brocante!
It's kicking off today with an interview Alison did with me where (as usual) I reveal all.  Go check it out and say hi ;-)

If you came to visit today from BrocanteHome, I'm rolling out the welcome mat and thrilled about connecting with more kindred spirits.

10 comments:

  1. Well hello there! Just finished reading your lovely interview at Brocante Home. Nice to "meet" you!

    ReplyDelete
  2. What a lovely new adventure you have embarked on! Très excitant!
    I am very happy for you! I have already been there . . . it was so much fun to see you there!
    Many, many heartfelt congratultions!
    ~Debbi

    ReplyDelete
  3. I'm here! Alison always has good recommendations!
    Nice to meet you :) Let's hang out :)

    ReplyDelete
  4. Did you crochet/knit (I'm too ignorant of the subject to tell the difference) your headband and bow?

    Congratulations!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Thanks for the comments, I love meeting fellow dreamers!

    I did crochet the headband myself. It was so fun. I actually did it several months ago, but I included the pic because it's a tongue-in-cheek pic of me being the self-conscious blogger. Amy, I think you might like crochet. Super soothing and meditative once you learn. It's even fun to just hang out and chat with a girlfriend while you crochet.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Is crochet with just one needle? I don't think I could ever knit - it always looks cool when people are doing it but then I look at an instruction book and know there is no way.

    ReplyDelete
  7. Yes, crochet is just with one needle - or the "hook" as they call it. I haven't tried knitting. It makes me a little nervous, but I might try it someday. The best way to learn to crochet, in my opinion, is to find someone who can show you in person. Like a local yarn shop. Then you just practice until your hand gets the motion. It's like swimming after that, you never forget how it feels.

    ReplyDelete