I am an artist, designer, and preservationist who lives to be a light for the Lord and to save old houses.
A dumpster diving germ freak by trade and obsession, I love to take something neglected and turn it into something truly beautiful. Along with rearranging furniture and deconstructing 1960's "home improvements," going IN to Krispy Kreme instead of using the "drive-thru" is one of my favorite forms of exercise! Currently, I am restoring a 1910 Frankenstein of a farmhouse and a 1919 Craftsman Bungalow. Oh, and I have a tiny little shop that features vintage goodies and pretty new things for you, your home, and baby!
I realise that I'm way past due on my first post about the show. June has been a crazy busy month...to say the least. It has also been full of surprises, including a tree falling on my mom's new car the night before my friends and I were to leave for Spokane. Mom is fine, she wasn't anywhere near the car, PRAISE THE LORD, and it was only partially smooshed. But enough of that for now, it's late..and I came down with a cold today... So, what better way to start my post...then with The Farm Chicks themselves...
The Farm Chicks, aka Teri and Serena, signing my copy of their beautiful new book, "The Farm Chicks In The Kitchen, Live Well, Laugh Often, Cook Much." Released just in time to make the top of my birthday wish list...I couldn't wait and bought a copy for myself a few of weeks before the show. It was a good thing I did, because they sold out like hot cakes on Saturday!