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Wishing Your Dreams to Fruition in 2014

Henry Ford said, "Failure is the opportunity to begin again more intelligently."  I've not necessarily endured failures this year but have suffered through some setbacks that have made me feel like a failure at times.  
 I think the end of a year, as much as it seems to be about celebrating the new,  is a time for reflecting upon the past and taking what you've learned, both the good and bad, to begin a better future.  
I wanted to share a previous post and one of my poems as it seems fitting for reflecting upon the past while anticipating the future.
I am wishing you all the best of Dreams and Time in the new year and always~




Dreams and Time
 (by me)
As the procession of life moves on with all of its sound, I seek only to stop, and for just a moment turn around- For behind me lie fractions of dreams that once were mine, Broken pieces gone astray that I'd somehow like to find.
If only for sparse moments time would cease to exist I'd sever the losses, but laudable dreams…

Giveaway @ No Minimalist Here & Her Home Decorated with Transferware

I wanted to let everyone know that I'm hosting another giveaway with Sherry, at No Minimalist Here.  Sherry is a transfer ware lover too and has decorated her home with some gorgeous displays that I wanted to share.
Toile and transfer ware…a perfect combination in my opinion.  Here, Sherry has combined them both in her French style bedroom.  Isn't her bed beautiful as well?

If I remember correctly, Sherry found the vanity for a steal at auction. 

I love to frame a pretty picture with transferware and, so does Sherry!

Sherry's collection of blue transferware and advertising wares is displayed so nicely on this hutch.  Love that artillery basket below, too!

Please visit No Minimalist Here to see more of Sherry's beautiful home, to enter the $50 giveaway to my online shop, Nancy's Daily Dish and get a discount code good for 15% off any purchase for the next couple of weeks.


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A Stroll Th…