How is it possibly mid-December? Is it just me or are the holidays zipping by at warp speed? I thought I’d pop in (two weeks late) to share with you a few of the things I’ve been busy with since my last post. However, before we get started, you may have noticed a new look here. Yep! I had my amazing web designers spruce things up a bit so be sure to take a look around. The portfolio and design services button now link directly to my website. Check them out!
Now, as you all know, December can be a super hectic time of year and that’s certainly the case for me. After completing my last client project, I had to buckle down and get my design school final project done. After weeks of long days and nights, I finally presented my project this week and hopefully passed with flying colors.
In addition, last weekend I had an awesome photo shoot with Monique Floyd Photography who captured some new headshots for me. I’ll tell you ALL about that real soon. It’s gonna be gooooddd!
This weekend I’m putting the finishing touches on an extended One Day Design project. We’re essentially doing an install of the items picked up a few weeks ago during a One Day Design project and a few other items added by yours truly. I’m excited to see how things come together in this blank slate.
Here’s a look at a few of the items we’ll be adding.
Lastly, because I’m apparently a crazy person, I’m hosting my friends for a Sunday afternoon Friendsgivingmas Dinner. I know, you’re asking yourself, “What in the world is Friendsgivingmas?” Well, while Friendsgiving (a new fad that denotes a time of celebrating the traditional Thanksgiving holiday with your friends, usually pre-Thanksgiving) is a great idea, it’s just not realistic for all that I have going on prior to the Thanksgiving holiday. So, I moved my Friendsgiving celebration to after Thanksgiving, pushing it closer to Christmas hence, Friendsgivingmas.
We’ll be dining and having a fun gift exchange too! I’m excited. Totally not ready, but excited.
I’ll be sharing a recap of that here too!
Let’s just say I’ve got my hands full for the next couple of weeks. Until next time…