Friday, September 10, 2010

Creep Show Magnet

So, it looks like my newlyweds blog has turned into quite the creep show magnet.

Case in point? Please review the keyword search terms below that have apparently lead some lovely readers to my blog. Let's all wave hello to the crazies!

  • Is walmart wedding classy {NO! Is this even a question?}
  • manboob meet the fockers breast feeding devices for dads { Aaaaaaaaaaalrighty, then.}
  • how to do loving in a tent {really? You came here to read about this? Hmmm. I am sure you left very disappointed.}
  • my husband has man boobs site {Good for you? Mine doesn’t?}
  • nacho dips (Mmmm, you know I love my nacho dip.)
  • sissies pencil thin eyebrows {That sounds so unfortunate. I am sorry.)
  • walmart side mullet {I am pretty sure I need pictures of this.}
  • I saw my husband wearing leggings {Best one! And I want to know more!}
  • Carrie Underwood armpits {Creeepy. And I can't help you there.}
  • Everytime you post it makes me wanna be your friends a little bit more {Oookay. And your grammar is awful and, for that reason, we won’t be friends. }
If you are a fellow blogger, please be kind enough and share with me some of your hilarious search words. I would really like to think that I am not the only one attracting these creepers!

Happy Friday, everyone!

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Vintage Find to Girly Beauty

Hi loves and happy Thursday!

I am interrupting the scheduled summer recaps to share something with you all that's very near and dear to my heart. A few weeks ago, I started looking for a desk to use in my wedding planning office. I wanted something that I could fix up and redecorate to make my own. I love creating something fantastic out of something forgotten or misused. Can you tell I've been watching too much HGTV? Well, moving on. Then hubs surprised me by bringing this 1930s Craig's List find that had seen better days (many of them, in fact) home.

I know this isn't exactly the cute desk that I had pictured in my head, but that doesn't mean that it didn't have any potential. I knew that a beautiful piece of furniture was hiding beneath
all of those scratches and funky looking stain.

So, with the help of this nifty little sander and a little lot of elbow grease from hubs, things slowly started turning from drab to fab.

And viola! Say hello to my new wedding planning desk & office :)

And my $15 pink chair from IKEA!

Final touches of pink flower knobs completed the project :)

Isn't she pretty! I am now obsessed with my "new" desk!