Hi Guys. Sorry I missed you last week and for the late post today. I always write my blog posts Tuesday evening. Usually starting around 10pm and finishing up by midnight if I’m lucky. Last Tuesday was a really terrible day. We had a custom sofa arrive damaged that required me scrambling up to the great Northeast to assess and determine the best solution, then my car broke down on the way home, then I had a late meeting. By the time that was over, well there was just no energy for the blog. I’ve been strongly committed to my weekly posts (and doing a good job if I do say so myself!) so last week was just a slip up and not an indication of future behavior.
Before I get into this week’s topic, I want to announce an exciting adventure you can follow starting next Wednesday. I will be participating in the One Room Challenge again!!! That’s right the 6 week makeover challenge is back and with a vengeance. What room will I take on this time? You’ll have to tune in next week to see. Wish me luck… adding this onto our work-load is going to definitely stretch me, but I’m really excited.
Speaking of excitement- I just booked myself a trip of a lifetime. I will be going to Morocco in Decembember! It’s pretty much a dream come true. I’ve long lusted after textiles, tiles and architecture of Morocco. I can’t wait to get away, relax and be completely inspired. I plan to bring back lots of goodies too.
I will be traveling with a dear friend and she planned the most amazing itinerary for us. We will fly into Tangiers, travel to the ancient blue city Chefchaouen, do a quick stop in Fez, and then do a few days in the desert over New Years Eve (camel rides!) We will finish up in Marrakech where I can’t wait to do some serious shopping.
Based on pictures, everything looks amazing. I have no doubt it will be even better in person. A few things I hope to see….
Have you been to Morocco?? If so, I would love your input!! What should I definitely see? Best places to shop? Dish it.
And don’t forget to tune in next week for the first week of the One Room Challenge.