It was in the mid 60's here yesterday so the snow all completely melted from our yard over night. Today the low is 9 degrees with snow in the forecast. So they canceled school. Again. Poor Tagg only goes on Tuesday and Thursday mornings so this is major. He had some health issues in January and then I swear his school was closed for the weather every Thursday since then. And next week is Spring Break. Awesome. Way to get him into a routine.
Despite this all this I am still in a major good mood this morning. One, I just discovered Gevalia Cappuccino pods for the keurig. Life changing I tell you. It tastes exactly the same as my skinny vanilla cappuccino from Starbucks. Only it's happening in my kitchen as we speak. I've also seen Caramel Machiatto, Vanilla Latte, and Mocha Lattes in the same Gevalia brand. I found them at our local Kroger and Food Lion but I'm sure they're available everywhere.
And two, I am so excited about my new Teil Duncan art print that my awesome sister snagged for me yesterday! I can't even believe it! I've been a major fan of her work for a few years now and am just so happy to have a piece in my home. Even if it's just a print. Which good luck trying to buy an original, those things fly off the shelf like a discounted tv at walmart on black friday.
Of course, it's going to need a home so it got me scheming. The print itself is 18x24 so once you add a frame it's a pretty large piece. I feel like it's going to live above my white sofa in the family room. Up until now, this room has been very monochromatic with lots of of whites, creams, browns, beige, and grey. This will be a giant splash of color so we'll have to see how that goes. I've already redesigned my family room around it, of course, and I thought you might like to take a look.
I love. I just know it will be equally fabulous in person. The print is called "Coastal Dreams" and would also look killer in my living room/dining room so no guarantees their won't be some #msa going around once she arrives. I'm already picturing how lovely it would look above the buffet. ha!