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26 before 26

26 before 26

I’m linking up with Aslan’s Auspicious Albany Adventure for a 26 before 26 post! Eek! Am I really closer to 30 than 20 now? Seriously?  I guess I should start knocking out some goals and dreams here. 26 before 26 1.  Go to a blogging conference. (September 2013) 2.  Make $1,000 on Teachers Pay Teachers 3.  […]

Chalkboard Quotes- Free Download!

Chalkboard Quotes Preview

 I LOVE to teach.  But let’s be real y’all… we also LOVE not teaching in the summer.  I have a rule of not going to my classroom until August 1st.  But we are leaving August 1st for another trip.  And.. will be gone the next weekend too.  Uh oh.  That means I’ll be returning to my classroom […]

Flea Market Style- Blonde Moments


This month marks ONE YEAR in our flea market booth!  When I moved from my beloved former teaching job, my friend Melissa and I got a flea market booth to have another excuse to stay in touch and named it appropriately, Blonde Moments.  It has been so fun to redo and make new in our spare time and make a […]

How to create your own font

How to create your own font

  Okay confession: I am crazy about fonts.  I love me some Kevin and Amanda Pea Fonts and Rowdy in Room 300 Fonts…among others.  Writing a parent communication note is so much more enjoyable if it looks cute.  I saw this quote on Pinterest, and thought of my old teaching buddies.  SO true.  A little voice […]

Three Wedding Planning Tips You Need to Know about Wedding Paper

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We got married on 6.23.12!  I am finally going to do a series of posts on the ins and outs of wedding planning!  Planning our wedding was my (second) full time job last year- we did not even hire a florist!  Any area that I could cut an unnecessary cost, I chose to do so […]

A New Year

2012 projects

I cannot believe I left the blogging world for nearly 9 months!  During this time, I have bought a house, moved, gotten married, honeymooned, switched jobs, and began a flea market booth!  So much has happened  and changed so drastically that as we embark into a new year, I am finally getting my bearings enough to […]