I’m Lisa and together with my husband Mark
we’re raising these three kids in a little town in Massachusetts.
Our kids are especially talented at eating all the food in the house, taking videos of me sleeping awkwardly on planes, and making me laugh when I’m trying to be stern. They are all funny and sassy and I still can’t believe I lucked out and get to be their mom.
This little blog of mine is all about the love of home.
Here you’ll find home improvement tutorials, fun and personal art projects and simple and affordable interior design ideas, as well as food and drink recipes and ideas for entertaining.
I don’t care about having the nicest kitchen on the block, or the most beautifully decorated house.
I just want to figure out how to do things with my own two hands and pass on whatever I can to help someone else.
I want to make things and grow things and learn things and teach things. All the things.
And I want to show you that if I can do it, so can you.
I agree wholeheartedly with Erma Bombeck’s sentiment:
When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and could say, ‘I used everything you gave me’.
A few years ago we sold our young and beautiful house and bought a smaller, more affordable 80s fixer upper that we’ve slowly been renovating ourselves.
I literally starting painting all this peach and orange oak glory the day we signed the papers!
A few million projects later, we’re still working on making all our visions for this house come true and having fun doing it!
I hope this blog will be a source of encouragement and inspiration to make your own house into the home of your dreams; a lighthearted stop along your way.
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I’m glad you’re here!
My blog name was inspired by this Van Morrison song