The Question of the Week Is...

How did people get ANYTHING done before the internet?!??

We are still offline at my house and will be through next Monday if you can believe it. {Comcast is ridiculous sometimes}

In better news,

Little Green Notebook was on the Washington Post BlogWatch again today (so fun!)

And this cute little (well, big) French poster arrived in the mail and made its way upstairs into my girls room. It's absolutely adorable in there - the colors are perfect.


I fell in love with it after seeing in a house tour on Cookie...


image via Cookie Magazine

Also I've been starting on our dining room in my no-internet-so-I-can't-do-client-work down time. Lots of fun projects to share with that, so I promise that your patience with all the radio silence around here will be greatly rewarded.

See you Monday night.

PS Thank you for all the extremely kind comments on my girls room redo! I'm going back now to try and answer your questions in the comments section. Please comment again if I missed yours. Thanks!

21 comments:

Yansy said...

I'm totally obsessing over that french poster. Congrats on being mentioned by the Washington Post, you're so talented.

Whitney Johnson said...

Congrats on the Washington Post mention....

Michelle (Three Men and a Lady) said...

What? Still no internet! Time for another trip back to McDonalds.

Of course the Washington Post mentioned you!

Waiting on pins and needles to see what you come up with next.

fric and frac said...

Oh-I love that french poster! It will look great in your girls room! Congratulations on the Washington Post!

Isabella & Max Rooms said...

The poster is beyond adorable and congrats on the Washington Post mention!!
Janell

Ms. Bright said...

Perfect for your girls' room! and congrats...I can't imagine that kind of recognition! Yay for you!

paula said...

that poster is quite gorgeous. have a great weekend.

angela said...

I love your work! You have become a place I look forward to checking on each day. Thanks for sharing your talents. I have copied many of your ideas in my own house!

Sarah @ In A Dream said...

I love that! I think it would be so cute in a girl's room. Thanks for sharing!

kelleyp said...

saw that on cookie as well and was deciding if i should purchase although i have no official spot in mind yet. but i just think it is so cute. can't wait to see it in your girls' room.
kelley

Averill said...

Congrats! Very well deserved for your fabulous redo of your daughters' room.

Dennen and Hilary Frazier said...

Found your blog, love it.

Meredith said...

Absolutely love this poster. I've been looking for a little colorful something for my daughter's wall and this is just the thing!

Thanks for the tip and congrats on the Washington Post mention!

Katherine @ Grass Stains said...

The question for ME is, "How do people get anything done SINCE the Internet?" I can get lost for HOURS out there ... and then wonder where the time went!

Lauren said...

adorable!!!! congrats on the Post mention & still thinking about your girls' bedroom!!! so perfect!!

sarah said...

LOVE your site and just had to make some pelmets this weekend! Thanks for all the creative and beutiful ideas. http://chickiemommacrafts.blogspot.com/2009/09/weekend-project.html

Rachel said...

Congrats on the mention in the Washington Post! Very well-deserved!
Hope you've gotten your internet up and running!

Quick question... is the fabric detail/background that is in your blog header the Chaing Mai Dragon?? I keep staring at it and love the colors.

Thanks!

Tess Carter said...

oooh what a great poster! I'm a big fan of vintage posters (WPA and WWII mostly)- just ordered some small prints I discovered- they're popping up everywhere all of a sudden!

Conversation Pieces said...

Hi there. Just stumbled across your blog... what a great poster... I love the size of it! Also love your little girls' room – so gorgeous!!

Sarah said...

Adorable french scooter poster. Cookie mag has great stuff.

Anonymous said...

I think they may have gotten MORE done before the internet (ie, world's greatest procrastination device). :)

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