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Good morning! Today I am sharing a fun multigenerational reminiscent (I don’;t even know if that is a word?) moment I had over the weekend as well as the DIY wooden planter project my dad and I completed last weekend featured today over at Tidy Mom. ?Here is a sneak peek of our diy wooden planter. It’;s even on wheels!

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If you are not familiar with Tidy Mom, she is like a rockstar in blogland. I would love for you to come visit me over there where I am sharing the entire tutorial and final planter pictures. My inspiration for our planter was from a $498 Estate planter I found online and we made ours out of scrap wood! Oh yes, free!

Okaccent pillow case baby, now for my story from the weekend. I had a moment this weekend where I went back in time. As a kid, I always remember following my dad around the yard and getting rides in the wheel barrow. He was always outdoors either building additions on or home or cleaning up the yard. I can remember those moments like it was yesterday and this weekend, I watched my son do the same thing with my dad that I did as a kid. Our multigenerational family and living arrangement has brought back so many memories for me. Ironically, I was in my grandfather’;s workshop, taking pictures of a wooden dolphine that he made and I was able to snap this picture of my dad and son cleaning up the yard.

Totally candid, in fact I caught my dad off guard and scared him. ha. Do you ever have moments like this where you remember things from when you were a kid and those feelings stick with you for a few minutes? This was one of those moments for me. It’;s so strange how that happens. It was a fun Multigenerational moment that I wanted to share with you. I hope you all enjoy your day and please come visit me over at Tidy Mom, our planter tutorial would be a fabulous edition to our outdoor space.

I love Christmas! ?I love the joy, the cheer, the songs, the kindness and the giving! ?Yes, it can get a little crazy too. ?But I really do find joy in giving! This year I have had fun coming up with a few simple and inexpensive (but useful) gift ideas and I can’t wait to show you one of my favorite ones! ?Today I am sharing a cute candle gift idea with free Christmas tag printables.? Woot woot! ?The best part is that this gift is easy to put together and is perfect for almost anyone!

If your mom is like many out there, she works very hard and works long hours. Work is sometimes not the place we want to be, and for that reason buying your mom a Mother’s Day gift that can be used in her office is perfect. While working she can glance at the gift you gave her and it will immediately take her mind off work. But, what to get?Photo FramesFrames to showcase family photos are always a winner in the office. They fit protocol and remind us of our loved ones on a continual basis.Personalized Coffee MugsMost of us like waking up to either a nice warm cup of tea or coffee, and giving your mom a personalized coffee mug for the office is a very useful present. It can be used on a daily basis and will continuously remind your mom of how much you love her.Engraved ClocksIn business, punctuality is key. And, due to this, buying your mom an engraved clock for her office is an excellent gift. Not only is it useful, I feel every office needs a clock for aesthetic purposes.Have a good Mother’s Day!Sincerely,Memorable Gifts