Holy schmoly am I tired! It has been quite a week. Were you wondering what happened to me?
This little guy had his tonsils and adenoids removed. Twin brother stayed with Grammy and Pop-Pop so Mommy could spend some one-on-one time … and that’s exactly what I did. Other than to get popsicles, I’m not certain that we moved off the sofa for several days. It felt a bit like having newborns again — back then, they ate at 2, 5, 8 and 11, am and pm — only this time it was pain meds at 2, 6 and 10, am and pm. He’s a tough little buddy, though, and is feeling much better now.
I also prepped for a photo shoot, which happened this morning. Dustin Peck — our very talented photographer –was fantastic, and I’m looking forward to another shoot with him later this month. I love how this light commercial project turned out — it’s a waiting room and eyeglass studio for an optometry office — and I’m excited to share it with you. Of course, I managed to find a pair of sunglasses while I was there. Exactly why is it that — of the wide selection in all price points — I was drawn to the Gucci ones?? Um-huh.
Another client and I made our decision on the final few fabrics going into the “big boy” room for her absolutely beyond darling twin boys. This is just a teensy sneak peek, and I promise you aren’t even getting the best of it. I design for many families with multiple birth children … because, as a mom to rambunctious twin boys, I know how to create a beautiful home that is “twin-tested and mom-approved!”
Last but certainly not least, did you see the news?? I was selected as a finalist in the Hickory Chair Centennial Design Challenge for my reinterpretation of the Suzanne Kasler Tuxedo Armoire as a sideboard and/or media cabinet. Thank you so much to everyone who voted for my design and to the judges!
Bon week-end, everyone! Do you have anything fun planned?