happy new year {a tad late} and a guest post

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Happy 2014 lovelies!  I am sorry this post is a tad late – have been doing too much living, eating {and drinking} over the past few days!  Matt and I spent NYE in Healdsburg {in the wine country} with our dear friends Howie and Lindsay. I must say that 2013 was a fantastic year in so many ways – looking back, there is so much to be grateful for – so many adventures, delicious food, amazing time with family and friends, gorgeous weddings and so much love. I am cautiously optimistic that 2014 will be even better. Wishing all of you, my beautiful and supportive readers, a truly magical 2014.

Also, I guest posted over at one of my all time favorite blogs, Lark & Linen, and shared a recipe for my pecan shortbread cookies – please head on over to check it out!

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6 Responses to happy new year {a tad late} and a guest post

  1. Skye says:

    Happy New Year!!! Those shortbread biscuits look to die for… And such beautiful photographs…

  2. whitney says:

    lucky you spending it in wine country! happy new year 🙂

  3. Chelsea says:

    Happy New Year to you! And, I think (partly because I am guilty of the same tardiness) that there’s nothing wrong with posting a bit “late” – it just means you’ve been living! Live well.

    • fleurdeselsf says:

      Thank you Chelsea! I couldn’t agree more – sometimes living wins out over blogging. We try to make it look like they are one and the same, but not always, are they? 🙂 Hope 2014 is off to a wonderful start for you! xoxo

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