I know it doesn’t seem like it… crazy to think that our last post was more than 7 months ago. It’s just been one of those years, guys — those times when it can’t be about feathering your nest, it’s more making sure you can stay *in* your nest for the time being. So with no funds to do any fixing-upping, there just hasn’t been anything to post! (But if you do want to know when we *do* post something — just sign up for email alerts so you don’t miss ’em!)
So we’re still around, and looking forward to a bright 2017 not just for ourselves, but for all of you as well. For our friends and loved ones who read this blog… and those of you who have become friends through our mutual love of MCM design… we hope that your holidays are full of love and warmth, and that the coming year brings you every happiness!
With the stress and uncertainty that comes from current events, sometimes you need to look for the joy in the everyday little things. So we decided this year to do a video holiday card for all of you. It’s partly a fun memory of last week’s Thanksgiving celebration, and part love letter to our wacky time capsule house. We hope you enjoy it, and look forward to sharing more adventures with you in the New Year!:
5 thoughts on “Yes, we’re still around!”
This is all of the adorable! And it does show off your house perfectly. Who was your cameraperson?
Both of us! And a ladder with my iPhone set up on it with a little tripod, for the shots we’re both in. 🙂 It was fun to figure out how to get all the shots we wanted!
You guys are super cute and your house is amazing! I gasped out loud when you pulled out that glass shelf to make it wider – so cool!
Happy Holidays to you!
I know, aren’t those shelves crazy??? The whole house is like that — full of little hidden surprises! So glad you liked the video, happy holidays!!!
Awww, thank you for the update and for making that very special holiday video! I miss seeing your posts. I know a lot of your reno work is done, but you still have a lot of fans out here. A few other ideas for little posts might be things like showing trips to any vintage markets you visit – even if you don’t buy anything! Sharing a vintage recipe you try – even if it’s a fail. (that was hilarious when your molden gelatin wouldn’t release! You should post the recipe, too!) Even just seasonal things you do around the house and yard to decorate. We would love to see them, you and the house! Thanks so much for sharing your journey!