querencia | noun | a place from which one's strength is drawn, where one feels at home; the place where you are your most authentic self | #wordstoliveby
Home command center - i like the idea of things being put in one place so that everyone knows where to look!
Kids room ideas
Ireland!! If I never make it to see any place in the world or was given one place I could only travel to, it would be Ireland, it's my heritage I would love to see where my family came from, explore everything in Ireland meet any family of mine that still lives in Ireland. I love everything Irish, I love my Heritage:)
Love and marriage
This illustration I did in thinking and remembering everything that cause Homesickness, for example the place where we grew up, or places that mark our lives.
The most haunting of all ... photographs of those who once inhabited this place /// Le temps s'est arrêté là.... where are they? what lives did they live? what happened?
When you adopt a shelter pet, you save 2 lives. The one you adopt, and the one that takes it's place.
Crafts and DIYs
With busy lives, we all deserve to have our homes feel like a sanctuary, a respite away from the crazy world where we can gather our thoughts and relax. Our own personal spa. While you may not think it’s possible, read on as eBay shares some tips to make your home the perfect place to unwind.
For my closet
When you adopt a shelter pet, you save two lives. The one you adopt, and the one who takes its place!
Crafts and DIYs
I've read this book several times and keep going back, it's one of those that takes you into the time, place and lives of the characters.
Bless This Home Family Activity: Have each family member write a note to one another today saying what they love about each other. Place the notes in places where the recipients will be sure to find them.
"Minnesota Strip," New York City, mid 1970s (by Allan Tannenbaum) During much of the 1970s, New York City’s notorious Eighth Avenue was known as the “Minnesota Strip,” a place where teenaged runaways from the Upper Midwest were lured into lives of prostitution. On November 7, 1977, a pair of Minneapolis vice cops, Alfred Palmquist and Gary McGaughy, began searching the strip for exploited young women who wanted to go home.