Two weeks of all day long and into the morning hours, designing and redirecting this blog has taken its tole on me. I am so sleepy and ready for a day or two of catch up. I am not totally done. You may notice I don’t have my pages quite set up correctly or a centered navigation bar. I would love a cute little custom nav bar but I am at a loss on how to create one. I have a lot of tweaking to do over the next month but I feel like I can at least use my blog here. I am grateful to Suhas Sharma who has held my hand through the back-end of this. If you need a good plug-in to use to move to WordPress, I highly recommend the free SEO blogger to WordPress plug-in he created. He has been so helpful. Once I can jot down my thoughts and think clearly, I am going to write a post about my journey to WordPress. I know it is a very scary thing, I am still scared to death. I am scared you are not going to get this post in your feed as we speak! So, will you all do me a HUGE favor and leave me a comment telling me I was in your feed today? That would make my day.
On top of all of this blog nonsense, I took one afternoon to take my fixture piece to Homewood Antiques that will house my milk paint for sale. Miss Mustard Seed has done an outstanding job with it all and the packaging is fantastic. She has already put together some tutorials on how to mix the paint and apply it. I will be doing some here as well.
While I was at the store, I took quite a few pictures for Homewood’s blog. They have so many new outdoor pieces and a ton of doors in stock. I particularly heart these barn type doors. These are so fabulous on rail systems indoors.
Don’t you love this chair? Someone painted the bird’s nest on canvas and upholstered it to the chair. I LOVE it.
Thank you all for baring with me as I make this transition. I hope to start furniture makeovers and video tutorials really soon!