Before I share my post today, I wanted to apologize to you for the crazy Nintendo ad that was popping up (loudly) on my blog. I know it was extremely annoying, and I am sorry.
It was supposed to be a “twig” ad at the bottom of my page that was only supposed to pop up if you rolled your cursor over it. But the new Nintendo ad seemed to pop up even if it wasn’t rolled over, and it covered most of my screen. Ugh!
I am sorry for the inconvenience. I got rid of it.
I also took down the DIY video that was in my side bar. It was on auto play at 5% volume, but I know it was annoying some of you as well. You guys are way more important to me than those annoying ads.
But I do hope you understand why I do have ads on my blog. It helps to provide extra income for our family, and it feels nice to finally help out a little financially. My husband has provided financially for our family for the past 13 years so I could stay home with our children, and I am so grateful.
Whenever I chose to put up ads or do a sponsored post, it is for a reason. For example, Jonathan and Luke both need braces on their teeth.
That is something we do not have extra money for, but I am hoping that I can save some of the money from my blog to pay for those.
Anything that you see us buy for our home is bought through a construction line of credit that we got when we bought our home, knowing we had a lot of work we needed to do on it.
Is that TMI? I just want to be real with y’all. And I didn’t want anyone to think that I was choosing to spend money on decorating my home above getting my boys braces. That’s definitely not the case. (I sure do wish I could pay for the boys’ braces with our construction line of credit!)
It’s sometimes tough to make the right decisions in blogging. But one thing is for sure, I want you to enjoy whenever you visit my blog. I try to make it a pleasant place to be. I keep you in mind whenever making decisions about my blog. So if you see me do a sponsored post or see a new ad on my blog, please just think, “Yay! Traci’s going to be able to get her boys some braces!” Or “Yay! Traci is going to be able to get Eli some new socks and underwear!”
That pretty much sums it up!
Okay, enough of the serious talk!
I’ve been trying to think about what type of chandelier to put in my bathroom, and I would LOVE your input.
I want some bling. And I am mainly trying to decided if I want to have a black or oil rubbed bronze chandy, chrome chandy, or antique brass chandy.
Here are some of my ideas. (I’m not showing you the actual chandelier I would buy, but the “look” I’m after.)
I know the chrome or lighter chandeliers don’t show up in the pictures as well, but I think they will in real life. Especially with drapes on each side of the window (that I think I might do.)
So what do you think?
Which is your favorite?
Or do you have another chandy you think I should consider? Please share!