It started with a craigslist find 8 years ago. Three small, crafty children had made the top of said table look like I liked to tap dance in heels while spilling nail polish remover for flair.
I bought some 1×12 pine boards last year but hadn’t taken the time to finish them yet. I just wasn’t sure what I really wanted I guess and felt uninspired.
Last weekend that all changed. Here what commenced;
Painting the base with chalk paint;
I started a team of people who are determined to better their health, better their life, to be comfortable and free. Free from tight fitting jeans, arms that wave by themselves, feeling tired and grouchy, bound by insecure thoughts. We are supporting one another, sharing recipes, joys, encouragement.
If you would like to become part of the team comment here or visit me at:
Facebook – Oxygen for Fine Living
Instagram – Jason and April Oxygen for fine Living
Beachbody Coach – Just click on the link there.
Twitter – April@OxyforFineLiv
I recently traveled to the little town of Baker City Oregon. It’s brimming with old west history tucked under the Elkhorn Mountains in Eastern Oregon.
It’s also home to a collection of shops that make for a relaxing and fun day of shopping.
There are no long lines, impatient drivers or grouchy store owners to be found here.
I found happy, creative, genuinely caring shop owners who steered the helm of shops with truly unique wares, fun displays, beautiful flowers and really delicious food!
I can’t wait to go back again!
I just made a day of it but if you’d like to stay the weekend the Geiser Grand Hotel is a beautiful historic hotel downtown amongst the shops and eateries. If you stay until Sunday you can catch Sweet Wife Baking too!