it’s been a big week for this little blog.
there i was, minding my own business, getting my old navy shopping groove on, and my phone dinged that i had an email. it was a comment from someone congratulating us on the feature post over at YHL.
WHAAAA??!?!? in the next few hours my blog got more traffic than it has literally seen since i started it over 2 years ago. it was IN.SANE. the comments and questions and emails and requests for more details lead me to second what john and sherry always say—they really do have the BEST readers! (i had a few people even find rug ideas for the girls’ room and email me links! as in—more than one person took time to search out something for ME, who they’ve NEVER MET! for realsies!)
then i got a second surprise--
DO YOU SEE THAT??????????
THAT IS MY GIRLS’ ROOM ON APARTMENT THERAPY.
this, for you non-homeimprovement-blog-reader-types, is a BIG DEAL.
and just when i thought my head had exploded all it could possibly explode, i got a tweet from these guys:
apparently, i was wrong. one’s head can explode over and over and over.
just so i can type it out in black and white for me and for you and for my mother: that’s my girls’ room, on canadian house and home blog.
i knew i loved those canadians. ;)
so at the very real risk of sounding like i think i just won an academy award, i have a list of thank you’s i need to get out.
thank you john and sherry for being so kind to feature other people’s work on your popular blog (yeah, we’re totally on a first name basis now. probably we’re gonna be besties soon. i think my five monkeys will just eat up their little clara.)
thank you apartment therapy for just being the uber-awesome apartment therapy. and mentioning me. i can die happy.
thank you canadian house and home featuring my girls’ room as one of your “stylish kids’ rooms”.
thank you to krista of kiki’s list. it was the gorgeous room she created for her daughter lou that provided the inspiration for my own red and white striped ceiling and aqua walls. she saw my completed girls’ room on pinterest a couple of weeks ago, and sent me a lovely email. and then she put a post up on her blog about it!
i also have to mention and thank, once again, august fields for her boys’ bunk room, the inspiration for our double bunks.
thank you india.
thank you providence.
a HUGE THANK YOU
to all the
readers, browsers, commenters, emailers & friends
who have visited over the past few days.
if you have asked me a question or for more detail—i will ABSOLUTELY be getting back to you within the next few days! in the meantime, you can check my “details” post here that has some basics, or this post all about the bunk beds themselves.