when I decided to start a blog.
A blog that was all about decorating and design,
family and projects and the seemingly
never ending renovations of our old house and guest cottage.
I would write about daily musings-
like inspirations for entertaining,
table settings, outdoor living and pretty patterns and details.
Transformations like those wood plank walls that were dark and dreary
but that changed with several coats of white paint.
Maybe that ceiling fan in the kitchen with the beer bottle pull
that became double chandeliers over a farmhouse island.
And things like how I discovered my love of French Country and Cottage style
among all the sore muscles, sawdust & pounding nails
while we worked on making
our little old forgotten cottage a home.
I started out with excitement and wrote posts and snapped photos to share.
I didn’t think about the fact that I was taking photos for my blog with my iPhone
really at all until I was approached about magazine features and print work
as well as working with brands in social media.
So with the earnings from my first job in social media- I bought my first big girl camera
and from that camera – more freelance work and
an even bigger love of photography was born.
On a side note, seriously.
I had one of the old ones.
aye aye aye.
you need to be pretty far away ( or tall!) or use a different lens.
You can find a different brand little bit less expensive lens HERE
you can find the flatware HERE
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