Imagine my suprise when I checked my blog after church this afternoon to see what my new header looked like and found comments galore! The explanation for my new-found popularity? My blog has been named a Saucy Blog by the fabulous girls over at The Secret Is In the Sauce. I found this site that serves as a network for women bloggers when Laurie over at Tip Junkie advertised their giveaway of a Cricut Expression. When I actually visited the blog, however, I was hooked on it and the fabulous blogs I've been finding as a result.
The reason I started blogging in the first place was that I loved the interconnectedness of blogs--the communities that are created through blogging. The SITS blog promotes that benefit.
So, for all my SITStas who may be dropping by these next couple of days, here's a little about me. I'm Heather, a wife, mommy and high school English teacher just outside of Nashville, Tennessee. I love planning parties and room designs, and sometimes even executing them. When watching TV, I'm often torn between HGTV and ESPN (the Titans game is on in the background as I type this!), though much too often we're watching Little Einsteins. My wonderful husband Kyle and I started dating in high school, almost 11 years ago. We have been married for 5 years and have a gorgeous, brilliant, and super-sweet (aren't all mom's kids this way :)) 2 1/2 yeard old named Avery. I always have a thousand things going on at once, which seems necessary to keep my creative energy going.
So that's me, or at least a little bit of me. I hope you enjoy my blog and read on to find out more about my crazy life!
OH, AND WHILE YOU'RE HERE....
I just made a new header in photoshop last night. I love it, but now want to create a background to match. If you know how to make an image your background, please leave instructions! So far all that is happening is that you can't see the post text. Grrr...
Updated Sunday 9:35
A huge thank you to Queen Bee, who not only gave me the code for adding an image as background, but made me a background to match my new header!