I don’t know about yours, but my Facebook feed is chock-full of baby announcements and baby bumps.
I hate to add to the excessiveness, but I do want to share a few photos of a baby shower I recently co-hosted. And by “recently” I mean about eight months ago. Cheers to procrastination.
I’ll admit, people. Logo design is an art that easily intimidates me. Building an idea from scratch is challenging, and my software skills required by this craft are limited compared to professionals.
But I love creating stuff, and I love trying new things.
Hosting Christmas is no small feat. And the thought of doing so puts me in a panic.
Well, it used to until my family asked me to host this year. Something in me switched on. My inner hostess, I guess.
I’m ecstatic. Ecstatic to have family in my own home, yes, but equally ecstatic to tackle all the creative projects: menu planning, decorating, making cocktails—I am SO ready to do this.
No doubt the pressure is still on, but I’m stoked. And to get my family just as stoked, I created a formal invitation, hoping it’ll put ’em in the Christmas spirit:
You know when you’re cruising 70 MPH down the highway, and without warning a strong wind shoves your car in the next lane, like your weightless?
This was our experience flying to Maine in Northeastern winter winds. Except there was no steering wheel I could control, and we tossed around thousands of feet in the sky looking down on this: