Oh how we have missed blogging and connecting with you guys...
There has been no such thing as lazy days of Summer for the Sisters...Our season started out pretty rough when Talena's husband was diagnosed with cellulitis Memorial Day weekend. He was in and out of the hospital and it was touch and go for weeks. He is just now able to get back to work on a limited basis.
Here he is on his birthday a few weeks ago when he still had to drag the wound vac around with him.
We are working on seven from the ground up projects right now...All different styles. So much fun but we really have to keep our heads in the game.
Every single day is dedicated to tending the numerous details required to complete our Gadsden Alabama project. The installation is scheduled for September...
Words can't begin to express our gratitude for being the chosen designers for this incredible home. These are the absolute best clients you could ever work with and together we have created a very special place for them to raise their family.
Won't they have fun preparing Sunday Suppers in this fabulous kitchen? I'm in love with the reclaimed top on the island.
I hope you follow us on Instagram. We post several times a day whats happening on our job sites and in the store. Search #gadsdenproject for lots of images chronicaliing this project in Gadsden, Alabama.
We couldn't be happier with our move and our store is doing great! We have been so thrilled with the number of blog followers that have traveled to Arkansas just to come and shop with us. You are all invited and we hope to meet even more of you in person.
We have added a "shop the look" feature to our site. If you've not visited for a while be sure and check it out. You can click here to view.
Sister and I have been on the low carb train as of late but have certainly not been starving ourselves...Sunday Suppers have always been our most popular posts and we have some catching up to do. We have some really good new low carb recipes to share.
This weekend I made a delicious chicken and veggie casserole that we always enjoy for breakfast lunch or dinner.
One cup diced cooked chicken (I added a bit more)
4 ozs sliced fresh mushrooms
3 green onions chopped
1/2 cup shredded swiss cheese (I added a bit more)
1 can diced green chilis
1/2 cup mayo
1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
1/4 tsp garlic salt
1/4 tsp of ground cumin
Mix together all ingredients and pour into a casserole dish. Top with grated parmesan cheese and bake at 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes or until starting to brown and bubbly.
For dinner I added a chopped romaine and blue cheese salad. Was out of tomatoes. The plate would have been much prettier with that spot of color. Ha!
And one last update...Luci is doing great. She was diagnosed with liver shunt and will have surgery in October...but for now she is on medications and running around and playing and making our world a better place.
It's going to be a very busy week so I had better get back to some of those lists.
Until next time...It's your turn. Let's talk!