This is when the International Builders Show, National Kitchen and Bath Industry Show, Surfaces the flooring show and the window treatment show all happen at the same time. We'll be walking over 1.2 million sq ft of exhibit space and searching over 2,500 exhibitors to find the best trends and products to share here.
Monday, January 11, 2016
Monday, February 23, 2015
Plygem is one of those companies that you may never heard of, but there's a good chance that something in your home is made or distributed by them.
At the recent International Builders Show they launched a lot of new color choices, and if you have been wanted to add some curb appeal to your home, these products would be a great way to do it.
Take a look at some of the products they shared and you'll see why I am so excited - 2015 is going to be a colorful year!
Friday, November 29, 2013
Thursday, May 23, 2013
Last Summer they had an unbelievable experience - they packed up trunks and suitcases full of shoes, clothes, blankets, and other needed items and headed to Maisha International Orphanage - an amazing labor of love in Kisumu, Kenya. The stories and images they brought back are life changing, and it's a great reminder of how a small donation or offering can be life changing to these kids.
The beautiful souls at Maisha wanted to do something for their friends in Oklahoma City and Moore, and made this video as a way of showing their love and support. What a great reminder this Memorial Day weekend how precious life is and we all need to live ours to the fullest.
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Lifestylist spent the afternoon in their storm shelter a few days ago having a picnic with his pets -I'm so glad that he made sure they were safe as well as his family.
People always think that "trailer parks" or "mobile home parks" are the worst places to be during a disaster like this, but that just isn't true. I was glad to hear that the Yes! Communities in this area only sustained hail and wind damage and no one was hurt. Their on-site managers made sure that everyone got to where they needed to be and are now busy helping them get emergency supplies and repairs. That's one of the advantages of living in a well run land lease community - there's always someone there to help.
If you would like to help the people of Moore that were affected by the storm, I encourage you to donate to the Salvation Army. They truly do the most good with every dollar that is donated.