Thanks, Megan!

I really wish you were me. If so, then you would have had the chance, like me, to go into my friend Megan's home last weekend. She has done a stellar job decorating and not in any of the typical ways. Everything looks perfectly put together and comforting, all at the same time. There are tons of flea market finds and hand crafted pieces alongside a custom table made from an old hurricane Katrina door. It oozes the air of warmth, style, and vintage melded together. Each time I visit, there is new gem for me to discover, and I do love discovering new things. I could put together some great photo shoots with some of her "found" things.

Like most people, her home is a reflection of who she is as a person. She is all of the things I mentioned above...warm, comforting, stylish, full of ideas, able to craft, and so much more. I guess that's why our friendship never seems to skip a beat, even though we only see each other a couple times a year now. We can share our joys and our sorrows, and friends like that are not easy to find. I'm thankful that God put her in my life, even though she took one of the joys of my life (her son) and moved away. :)

I'm looking forward to the journey that is our friendship and where our next adventure will lead. It may be a road trip, but it may be changing a diaper. Life is full of surprises.

She surprised me with this awesome prop as my belated Christmas gift. I can't wait to figure out a great way to incorporate it.

I know, you're wishing I had pictures, right? Maybe if she reads this blog post, she'll send some along for me to share with you or write a guest post about her design method with antiquing tips for those of us who are green.

1 comment:

  1. Wow, Katie! Thanks! We are so glad you made the trip to visit and I appreciate your kind words about our home. We have had fun flea market hunting and putting our finds together, and it's nice to know other people enjoy it, too!