I have been on a major break from blogging. I think my head is back in it now. I just wasn't feeling it for a while, but I feel like it's time to pick it back up. This post is just a few random pictures I had wanted to blog about, but never got to, so they kind of got mashed into this post together. Random.
I am kind of obsessed with beauty/hair blogs and YouTube channels. My mom directed me to TiffanyD who has wonderful tutorials. The one I used for this hairstyle is here. My hair is shorter than hers, but it still did exactly like she said it would. And the Paul Mitchell Hot Off The Press spray is wonderful. I love it, but it's kinda pricey. I got lucky, and found some at a wholesale place that a friend of mine, that does my hair, has access to since she has her cosmotology license. Much more reasonable price, and that makes me happy.
I made a new wreath for our front door with some neutral colors since the front door is in direct sunlight for most of the day, my wreaths seem to fade pretty quickly. I used flowers from Hobby Lobby, and hot glued them into an oval grapevine wreath, and painted my last name initial wooden letter (also from Hobby Lobby) with Antique Parchment by Apple Barrel (acrylic paint). It's attached with a cup hook on the back and some floral wire, and a little hot glue so it doesn't move too much. I finished it with a light colored burlap bow.
Jason made me dinner awhile back (I just came actross this picture and it reminded me to give him some major kudos) on an evening that I was feeling a little blah. Oh man. It was so good. He made bacon wrapped chicken bites with a cream of chicken dipping sauce, chunky mashed potatoes, and spicy green beans. I could have eaten another plate it was so yummy, but I did have a little self control. J is becoming quite the chef. Sometimes his recipes flop, but when they turn out how he envisions them, they rock. Cheesy sausage topped asparagus with toasted crackers was not a hit, but I love that he tries, and that he likes to cook for me. Now his homemade southern mac 'n cheese. That one has a solid place in our recipe book. I am so lucky to be his bride:)