Happy December 1st- & welcome to the weekend view!
This week it is all about Thanksgiving, travel chaos and something fun.
The best laid plans of mice and men… well, Thanksgiving was officially a quiet one. With snow over the pass shutting down the highway, crazy travel & last minute work changes – it was just my husband and I celebrating together this year.
Neither one of us felt like it was Thanksgiving without the family joining in this year- but we were glad no one was on the road when the conditions were not so great and we spent some time reflecting and giving thanks and chatting on FaceTime with everyone.
My daughter lives in the Tahoe area and this was her car- just from day one overnight of the storm.
I guess it is officially the start to ski season up there now for sure.
We are taking a trip her way to bring her some furniture and a few boxes of her Christmas stuff that we have in storage for her. I will report back on how much snow they have now.
I did a little more Christmas decorating on Thanksgiving. But this year, my decor is feeling more quiet and natural. I am craving less is more in this busy of the season- and once again- the best laid plans of mice and men has led me to shifting gears in decorating.
I do have my most loved set ups already twinkling away for over a month now- but I also have some rooms that are more serene and quiet Christmas- and I am really loving how they feel.
Cyber Monday sales- closing soon
If you are shopping those Cyber Monday Sales- you won’t want to miss these from my friends –
Balsam Hill- Up to 50% OFF + Free Shipping + use code FCC10OFF for that extra 10% off- that includes all things holiday, florals, wreaths you name it.
NOTE- this extra coupon only works through December 15th.
French Country Cottage Market- 10% off everything through tomorrow evening
Balsam Hill & Hammersky Farmhouse Event
I will be sharing a few behind the scenes in a post this week about decorating the farmhouse at Hammersky Vineyards in Paso Robles for the December 13th Event- and if you are in the central California area- ticket sales are now up and almost sold out. They are just $1 which is a donation to the local Food Bank.
Coming your way-
The holiday housewalk home tour
A Christmas table along with tips for setting an inspired table.
The Hammersky Farmhouse event – behind the scenes
The barn decorated for the holidays
And much more.
Happy weekend all.