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Cereal Box Drawer recycles cereal boxes by cutting the bottom out, covering in an attractive paper, and putting them in drawers.
There are several samples of bathroom cabinets utilizing the inside of the door. She not only adds the storage space but takes it a step further by adding the clear jars for organization.
Doubled hooks put on the inside of a closet door for belts and scarves.
“Spray paint a spice rack and turn into a polish rack.” Click the photo for content source.
It’s April and I’ve faced seven months of being pregnant alone with a toddler, and husband overseas. I have also been devastated with the fact that my little brother is fighting cancer. I’ve flown across the U.S. and back while being defeated by exhaustion and emotion. Sometimes we face ourselves in a mirror only to find no reflection. I have learned that you can never make people understand the vulnerability or sadness you’re facing during a hardship. Many tears, heartbreak, and challenges in a desolate desert with absolutely no support but forced to be courageous and adapt. All for that one out of 365 when waiting and emotional breakdowns will be forgotten. The day we look into each others eyes, smile, hug, and are finally together again. Not many people can comprehend, no matter how long we do this, the adjusting and readjusting of this “life.” To never giving up and finding strength…
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Four Out of Nine
It’s the fourth month of his absence and we still have five to go. In two months we are expecting our first daughter and second child. I never imagined having to celebrate such an incredible moment like birth alone.
Taking advantage of the late snowfall in 2013 with my little nephew and son sledding. The amount of energy they have even after a full day of play is amazing. I got to make Pennsylvania memories with two awesome toddlers and couldn’t have asked for a better day.
A Late Winter