Hello December! We’re only two days into the new month and I can already feel it’s going to be a magical one. This Friday we’re kicking off the holiday season at the 10th Annual Frances Crafeteria — a local craft fair that Scott and I’ve been selling his handmade goods at for the past three years. It’s always a big reunion at Crafeteria, as many of our friends are either vendors or always come out to support, so I’m really looking forward to Friday and hope to see many of you locals out at Medlock Plaza (in the Frances parking lot) from 6-10pm! Scott and I will have tons of state ornaments, plaques, coasters, and our newest pieces — baby’s first Christmas + Mr. and Mrs. ornaments for sale (you can also purchase all of these items online). I hear it’s gonna be a cold one, so don’t forget to bundle up!

Now that Thanksgiving is over and Christmas is on its way, we’ve been slowly pulling out all our decorations and starting to “deck the halls” around the Goodson abode. We usually have our tree up and decorated by now, but we’ve just been so busy this past week (hello, Phx Flea + Crafeteria prep) that we haven’t even had time to pull it out of it’s usually hiding spot. Scott did surprise me, though, with the sweetest, fresh mini pine tree a few days ago, which is now sitting on our kitchen counter and adding a little holiday cheer to our place. I’ve never had a real Christmas tree before (I know, I know), so it’s nice to have some fresh pine in our little home!

Ok, I’m headed out to do a few things before I call it a night — meal prep for tomorrows lunches, snuggle our kitties and puppies, work on my new blog site a little bit more (it’s coming along, slowly, but surely) and make sure everything is ready to go for in the morning. Here’s to an amazing month, sweet friends! 
-Chelsea xo

0 comments on “HELLO DECEMBER”

  1. Love your cozy sweater! I've started meal prepping once a week for healthier lunches. Wading through all of the info and ideas out there can be overwhelming! Also, I'm jealous of your open spaces. I've always been an in between kind of girl- I like having access to both the city and the country. Bangkok just doesn't supply the space for enjoying golden hours like in these photos the same way!

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