Because I'm trying to blog more often I'm posting meaningless stuff... But it's good stuff!

Tuesday, March 10th, 2009

Okay y'all - I'm really trying to be more consistent with all my blogging stuff. My whole blogging love affair seems to be peaks and valleys. I'm either on the peak and blogging my brains out or I'm in the depths of the valley and totally lost out there in the desert somewhere...

So - with that said, I'm going to start posting stuff. Just any kind of stuff. And speaking of stuff, I have a lot of stuff. As many of you know, we've been under construction for a long, long time. So long in fact that I can't even remember the stuff I have. Most of it has been in storage since 2003. But - today I want to show you something new:

It's my new Hundi Lamp that we just placed above my coveted tub. I had a smaller, little dinky chandelier thing up there before, but it just didn't fit. I'm really proud of how the hundi lamp fits the space.

So - my hundi lamp is is something new, but moving forward I'm going to begin showing you my old things. I'm making a concerted effort to stop buying stuff. I have enough stuff and I want to fall in love again with the stuff I already have. Over the next few weeks as I uncover, unpack, and dust off my old stuff, I will snap a picture and tell you the story behind it. I think I've mentioned to you before that I would rather have one really nice thing than a whole bunch of meaningless things. And boy - do I have a lot of special things AND a lot of stories about those things.... So - stay tuned for stories about my stuff, and of course other good things that might come up in between. In fact, I know I'm going to have an in between story about my friend since 3rd grade. It's good stuff! (I'm just so proud!)

P.S. If you look really closely out the windows, you will see some of my cows. How lucky am I to be able to bathe in my coveted tub with a herd of longhorns outside my windows??? To me, that is living well. As George Strait says, "There's a difference in living and living well." At Hummingbird Farms, I'm living well...

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