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If you’re a frequent visitor of The Domestic Fringe, you know I love buying prescription eyeglasses online. They are affordable, so I don’t mind taking a chance on a cute and quirky frame. The selection is wonderful, and they are easy to order. I can shop for eyeglasses while sitting on the couch, wearing pajamas, eating popcorn, and watching TV. My friends, shopping doesn’t get
I cannot believe it’s been nearly one month since my last post. This summer has flown by as quickly as a seagull flying for a french fry. I guess that’s what happens when you make a major move. Life kinda gets flipped upside down, and everything that makes up “life” gets scattered. I think we’re slowly working ourselves into a routine for our days. Getting
Today is part 2 of my little home tour. (Click here for Part 1 – Sitting Room) I always enjoy when other bloggers share glimpses of their home, so I’d thought I’d do the same. For those of you who are new around here, we moved from New York to Virginia one month ago. Needless to say, I still have boxes that need unpacking and
Moving from New York to Virginia has been huge for me. I’m not sure why, because I’ve moved out-of-state before, but this time it felt a bit monumental, like a forever after kind of move. We don’t plan on going anywhere for a very long time folks. There are so many aspects of this move that I can blog about, and quite honestly, it’s a
Ya’ll, (I feel like I should say ya’ll now, since I’ve been in the south for nearly a month; however, I’m still confused on where to place my apostrophe. I’m sure “ya’ll – y’all” have opinions, so feel free to share.) I made blackberry jam today. #whatwasithinking An hour into the ordeal, I thought I was going to lose my mind. I’m here to tell
Few are fortunate enough to begin doing what they love in childhood. Many spend their entire lives “finding themselves”, searching for the things that make them feel alive, fulfilled, and satisfied. Too often, they never truly come into their own, and carve out their niche in this world. Many talents are left undiscovered. Have you found your hobby, the activity you love doing and make
I love clocks and watches. Even in this digital age, where the time is shown on my stove top, my television, my cell phone, and my computer, I still like clocks. I feel like they’re a decorative accessory my home and I need. In our house in New York, I hung a clock in the bathroom. I hoped it would make my daughter move more