It’s FRIDAY! FRIYAY! This week I have some exciting news to share…
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We got a new kitty cat!! We named her Chloe. We rescued he from the animal shelter last weekend. She cried the whole way home (with tears… never seen a cat cry tears). She is estimated to be about 3 years old (although I think she is older). She has been a sweet little kitty so far. She is a Russian Blue Mix.
She likes nap time and cuddles. She purrs all of the time. We are slowly introducing her to the house. We’ve been enjoying our little kitty friend so far. Her pretty green eyes glow. She is napping next to me right now.
These Ugg Boots.…I want to talk about these Ugg boots I got for Christmas. At first I was a little unsure, as I didn’t want to be one of “those girls” wearing Ugg boots. But then I put them on and my feet were hugged with the softness I immediately understood why people wear them all of the time. I have been wearing them nonstop since I got them. I haven’t worn mine outside, they are a about-the-house shoe for me, but seriously. Once you put them on you won’t want to take them off!
This candle. It was a splurge I used with my Nordstrom notes. I’ve always wanted to try this candle company. It’s by”Diptyque”, a company in Paris. The fragrance I purchased is one of their top sellers called “baies”. This scent has the freshness of roses and the smell of blackcurrant leaves. It is really nice and refreshing.It’s not just any type of rose, it uses Bulgarian roses which of course are more luxurious and have a fruity scent. It smells so nice. Just opening the box up produces an aroma in the room.
This French Townhouse. You HAVE to see this beautiful townhouse. The story is on Cote de Texas’ blog.
Here is a pic of the outside of this complex. It’s designed to look like a Parisian city block. Isn’t it darling?
Look below! It really does look like a little slice of Paris -but with better plumbing and air conditioning! Sign me up! You really need to go check it out. The condo is decorated with fabulous French antiques. Here is the link again. Pics are from that blog post.
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