This is my writing angel and journal that sit on my desk. Whenever I look at her, I am inspired to write well.
I love this Greek doll...she reminds me of my ancestors.
I just re-did my kitchen in red, black, and white, and I found this rooster in Old Town. I thought it went perfect.
This was my mother's and her mother's gravy boat. It's from 1944, and it was passed down to me. I use it every Thanksgiving.
Jess brought these back for me from the Vatican in Rome. I will cherish them forever.
I love this Princess Di music box. The song on it is "Variations on the Theme from Canon in D". We were both married around the same time. She had a good heart.
My son gave this to me. It has a tree dangling from it. For me, the tree represents family, and family is so important to me. Every time I light it, it burns with love because it's from my son.
Nel bought this for me when we were out together one day. I used to sing the song "You are my Sunshine" to my kids all the time when they were little.
This was on my mother's dresser for many years. It is antique-looking, the silver is faded, and lovely just like her.
My husband gave this to me.
A birthday present from my dad, my beach cruiser is one of my most beloved items. I love to cruise, whether it's through quaint neighborhoods or along the beach.
My boyfriend and I love making fondue every now and then.
This is my favorite piece of art in my home. It's a classic photograph by Ruth Orkin: 'American Girl in Italy'. To me, it portrays the struggles and obstacles that women have had to overcome, even in today's world.
I created this fun chalkboard from an old picture frame. I painted the frame and sprayed the glass with chalkboard spray paint.
My new organic herb garden is complete with basil, oregano, cilantro, and chives...and a sweet little bunny.
My mom bought these for me in San Diego. I have always loved vintage keys. There is something sneaky and mysterious about them. I think we all hold a key that can unlock any door we choose.
I've always wanted a globe. I want to visit a new part of the world every year for the rest of my life. Jess and I make great travel buddies.
My fiance and I often play chess at night to unwind after a long day.
I've just started the English tradition of Tea Time, and I must say, I really enjoy it.
My Grandma's ring was passed down to my mom, and then to me. It is now my engagement ring. It means so much to me because I was very close to my Grandma.
I am starting to play the guitar whenever I have some spare time...which is never ;-)
My books are part of who I am and are very resourceful in my profession.
And last but not least...my dog Jesse, who I adore. He has a very unique personality, and he makes me happy.
What is your favorite home treasure?