2011 Christmas Card Outtakes – Corgi Style

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Happy New Year to all of our readers!  We sincerely appreciate those of you that stop by our lil’ ole blog, and wish nothing for the best for all of you in 2012! What better way to kick off the New Year than with a post about our sweet boys? Last month, Dexter and Dewey… read more »

Get Crafty: Make a Holiday Paper Wreath

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This is a great holiday craft, and is relatively simple to do!  Using neutral colors, you can use this wreath for both Thanksgiving and Christmas decor.  Here’s how ya do it! Supplies: 26 pieces of 4″ x 4″ light brown scrapbooking paper 26 pieces of 3″ x 3″ ivory scrapbooking paper 26 pieces of 3″… read more »

Eastie

Eastie is how we pronounce Easter in our language.  What language?  The half-baby-talk-half-made-up-words language that Mr. Browne and I slip into while we’re alone.  Only when alone.  Otherwise, people would question our sanity. Not to mention our intelligence level. So, on Eastie Sundai (our language also has its own spelling rules, since we do a… read more »

Christmas – Hermit Style

Matt and I ended up completely alone for Christmas Eve and Day this year.  We made the best of it by whipping up a full blown holiday dinner (with a week’s worth of leftovers) and indulging in an embarrassing display of laziness.  Here’s a peek at our tree and general deco-goodness I’m cheating a bit… read more »

Thanksgiving Lessons

We learned several lessons this year at Thanksgiving dinner. 1.  I will never be as good as my sister at adding little touches to make a home feel cozy. 2. Matt looks like a serial killer in low kitchen lighting. 3. Never trust your husband to make sure your hair is in place before taking… read more »

It’s Halloween!

Really, it is. I fully intend on using my free time to get caught up on our personal photos. By free time, I mean the 3 hours on Sunday evening when I can sit down at my desk and not feel guilty for doing things other than client work. Though I love my clients. Every… read more »