Hi there precious people! I’m finally getting around to posting about our pool installation. Our local pool company began digging around the middle of March, and finished all but some landscaping around the 2nd week of May. It has been a long process, but oh so worth it in the long run. Since the
I want to share a recipe that I made some variations to, to create another recipe and since the Kentucky Derby is just around the corner, this was perfect! I love bundt cakes and the one that I used as a guide is The Wine Cake. It uses a yellow cake mix, 1/2 tsp. nutmeg,
This is the eat-in breakfast area! Since our home has an old-world, tuscan type of feel to it I wanted this area to be less formal and less traditional. So I went with this. We changed out the lighting from a dining room brushed nickel finish chandelier to this smaller chandelier that I bought at IKEA.
I love chalkboards and I have several throughout our home that I have made. I really wanted one in my dining area, but I wanted it to be more permanent. I tossed the idea around for sometime of painting the actual chalkboard paint right onto the wall, but really struggled with making that commitment. It’s
Today began the first phase of our in-ground pool construction. Well actually, I guess the day we handed the pool man the first draw check, began the process! Anywho……today they came out and marked the pool area. Next up, is the “call before you dig” people, to ensure that there is nothing in the ground
Welcome to Life Up On The Hill! I am married to my best friend and we have 3 beautiful children. We believe that we are living the blessed life. In 2013, God opened a door for us to purchase our pre-retirement home up on a hill. I enjoy decorating, cooking in my beautiful kitchen, teaching