In blog time my 300th post would, for the industrious daily (weekday) blogger, be just over 1 calendar year. However, since I started blogging in 2007 and stopped for the entire year of 2008 and picked it up again in 2009, but only 3 times a week, I am just now reaching my 300th post. Good thing I’m not getting graded on this, right? Wait, that is right, isn’t it?
The good news, for me at least, is that this anniversary takes place in one of my favorite months. Ahhh, the magical month of December!
So my gift to you will be a few of my favorite things, cue Julie Andrews (specifically cozy rooms, great accessories, cool graphics, fun cars, a great recipe/meal or anything that inspired me at the time I stumbled upon it). I don’t think these images will need words to accompany them, they are really nice images. Enjoy, and thanks to those of you who read my ramblings. A huge note of gratitude to those of you who comment. Trust me, I’m an invisible visitor on some of the blogs I frequent, so no worries, I enjoy the process and appreciate any and all who notice.
via 5th and State
unknown, but still…one of my all time favorite Christmas house images
via the talented adventures of tartanscot
unknown—I once read every house should have a red room.
I’ve joined the fun over at Melissa’s blog site, The Inspired Room…stop by for some fabulous ideas for decorating, cooking, etc.
Linda Coble said:
Wow . . . 300 posts! Amazing! I always look forward to seeing what’s new on GH&P. Today’s post is a really special one on so many levels. I loved the toile bedroom and the white kitchen. I also agree that every home should have a red room. I need to get busy on that.
You and I share so much in common, our love of toile is just the tip of the iceberg! 🙂
Lyn Bunch said:
Congrats on your 300th post…looking forward to your 1000th coming soon!
Yeah, on my 80th birthday. 🙂
Congrats on your 300th post and the fact hubby commented how sweet! Enjoy the holidays and look forward to more Garden Home and Party posts. Ann xo
Time flies doesn’t it? I’ve so enjoyed the journey.
Have a jolly, festive holiday and I’ll chat with you in the new year!