Saturday, December 01, 2007

happy december - go nesting!

can you believe that we've reached the final month of 2007? wow, the year has flown by. i guess that is what happens as we get older. don't you recall hearing your parents say how quickly things had flown by and you couldn't believe that third grade was so long - felt like fourth grade would never happen? our perspectives definitely shift.

last night i asked someone what they were doing tonight and he replied that he felt like nesting. i love that word and definitely have that nesting vibe myself. after a week filled with continual priorities that left me with an inbox like i'd never seen before, i am totally craving a weekend of nesting. my days will allow for that, despite busy evening plans. i'm writing this while holed up in my loft bed with some green tea nearby. have not yet fully ventured into the day despite some impending must-dos before tonight's trunk show - like make more tranquilista gems. i've got to nest just a bit longer first. if you, too, are craving some nesting time despite the holiday hustle and bustle among you, please be sure to listen within. happy nesting from one nest-lover to another . . .

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6 comments:

Carolyn said...

i LOVE nesting. this is the perfect time of year for it, too. :-)

now question: you always write about how you are cozied up in that loft bed of yours, but i've no idea how you do it! the bed looks tiny... how do you fit your tiny self, your laptop, planner pad, pens, louis, etc. up there?? i vote you make Tim take a picture!!

Everyday Yogini said...

And tea nearby? How does that work?

I second the picture request...

Sharon said...

Hi, Sharon here,

I took a class at Flow down the street from you and thought it was pretty cool because the class was not as crowded as Tranquil. Are you going to do anything about your crowded studio?

Thanks Sharon

Anonymous said...

I remember reading a book to both my children that had the verse:
I love my house
I love my nest
In all the world my nest is best.
I hope you and all your readers understand that feeling.

Linda W

kimberly wilson said...

hi sharon,

tranquil space has become a bit snug since its early days in my apartment, then a church parlor, and now our 2-level space on p street. we've outgrown it and promise to have some great news for you in the new year. stay tuned! in the meantime, feel free to visit our arlington and bethesda locations which are more spacious during peak hours.

xo, kimberly

kimberly wilson said...

carolyn and everyday yogini,

i'll have to get beau to snap a shot of the loft bed with tea nearby. i have to shove my pink tea cup into the space between the matress and the loft frame so i don't spill green tea everywhere. quite a sight that loft bed is!