Adiós dos mil diez, Hola dos mil once!

So many things happened in 2010, some good, some really good and of course some not so good ones. But all in all it was a pretty good year for us… here are the highlights….

1.We started the new year sick! (a souvenir from our Christmas trip to Mazatlan).

2.We celebrated our first wedding anniversary.  In Santa Barbara.

3. Nick started his business (he’s really talented!!)

4. I learned to cast!!

5. We went to Paris and NY. *sigh*

6. We went on a hot air balloon ride.

7. I chopped my hair off!

8. We learned to sew.

9. Yanessa B. passed the 150 sales mark! Yay!

10. After lots of prayer, we decided to move to NYC.

For this coming year we have lots of new adventures to look forward to and I’m thankful for that. I can’t wait to see what the Lord has planned for us and our family. I’m also really excited to get rid of a bunch of stuff in our moving cleanse! Yayy!! What do you have to look forward to??

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU!!! I pray that 2011 brings you peace, joy and blessings galore. Thank you all for your support!

“The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make His face shine upon you, and be gracious to you; the Lord lift up His countenance upon you, and give you peace”

Numbers 6:24-26

Jehová te bendiga, y te guarde; Jehová haga resplandecer su rostro sobre ti, y tenga de ti misericordia; Jehová alce sobre ti su rostro, y ponga en ti paz.

Números 6:24-26

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And to continue my recycling theme I leave you with a really cool idea for a new year’s soiree using your Christmas decorations and inexpensive DIY glasses from the folks over at Design*Sponge. (click on the picture)



~Mrs. B

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Afternoon Delight ~ Recycling Christmas

I don’t know about you, but I always feel guilty about getting rid of my Christmas cards and throwing all that Christmas paper away. Well…..look what I found on Martha Stewart!!!!! Really cute ideas on what to do with leftover wrapping paper and your Christmas cards…they are so clever over at Martha.

ENJOY!!! (click on the pics)


Recycled Christmas card crafts


Left-over Christmas wrap ideas

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