Fall is one of my absolute favorite seasons, hot chocolate, leaves changing color and warm comfy clothes are my go to. Although since moving to San Diego I hardly get to experience any of this unless I drive out of the city. I do however still decorate around the house and crank up the A/C to at least feel like the weather is changing. I am obsessed with cinderella pumpkins so this year they are all over the house. The decor will probably change come Thanksgiving but i'm loving the way it looks now.
Oct 20, 2016
This past Sunday we drove to Rainbow (about an hour drive) to Kenny's Strawberry Farm for their second annual fall. We made it with about an hour of sunshine left so we got to picking strawberries as soon as we go there. It was the kids first time ever picking strawberries so they were pretty excited. They did a few other activities around the farm and were as happy as can be. The hour of sunshine went by pretty quick so we ended our little adventure by the time had gone down. As soon as we got home we ate some strawberries and ended our night with a bit of Hocus Pocus.
Oct 6, 2016
Yikes, it's been three months since my last blog post, it's no longer summer and the year is almost over! I have been so busy with work, home and just life in general that I have ignored my little happy place on the internet. Some place you'll always find me though is instagram. Here's a small recap of these last few days. You could always follow along @anchorsandhoney
1. Redecorated this shelf I made with my Rae Dunn collection
2. Tablescape fall decor
3. This cutie always climbing up on things
4. A little faux mantle decor
5. Caught a stomach bug and tea was my best friend. j
Jul 29, 2016
Last week I saw some Ikea king size slats for sale on a local FB resale page and I knew they could come in handy somehow. I got about 24 individual pieces and only paid $5 which was a steal. I had been wanting to give my little "office" space a little make over so I decided to make a rolling shelf unit to store some of my things on. The entire project only cost me around $12 and I couldn't be more happy with the outcome.
I got a free cart a while back so I used the castors on that for this project. It was fairly simple and it looks great in it's new home.
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