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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

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Love it!! and love your decor! Well said! Merry Christmas!!

I agree! Lately I am just trying to conquer the clutter that appears every time I turn around. :)

I completely agree! I used to decorate quite a bit for Christmas before we had kids, but this year? This year I have 2 yards of Ikea Margareta fabric tacked to my wall to serve as a Christmas tree and even that hasn't been able to have ornaments on it for more than 2 minutes after the boys saw it. I fear I will never be able to have a decked out Christmas again!

As for magazines, I have an obsession with reading Town & Country because it's like reading fantasy. This beautiful (and often odd) world of millionaires looks amazing on glossy pages, but I don't think I would want to visit.

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