The time has come once again for us to fly home for the holidays. We have managed to get all our packages wrapped and shipped to three states (thank you, Amazon Prime!), and now it’s just a matter of praying they—or we—don’t get caught in a blizzard! I’m looking forward to so many family traditions, like our family’s annual sleepover at the Old North State Club—where we tied the knot—and spending a few days in New York City. Though I loved our hotel last year, I have a new hotel booked for us in Soho, and have my restaurant list ready—’cause you’ve gotta balance family time with a little me time!
This year has been largely about growth: the growth of my PR business and the growth of this blog. When I started both over eight years ago, I had no idea how much work each would be. I cannot thank you enough for coming on this journey with me, for your kind words, and even for just taking the time to read it. I am signing off until we return from our travels so that I can rest and recharge—but of course, you can find me on social. Until then, I will leave you with photos of Christmas in Beverly Hills, a magical mix of sparkle and palm trees.
What are you all up to over the holidays?? Something fabulous, I hope!
My idea of a great stocking stuffer ;).
I looooove this Jimmy Choo window! So clever to set it up like an overhead Instagram shot!
“Merry Christmas to all and to all a goodnight!”
5 thoughts on “Merry Christmas from Beverly Hills”
Where’s that California sun? Beautiful decorations. Can’t wait to see you. Godspeed in your travels.
Merry Christmas Molly! Love your blog! Have fun in Lexington. Wish I were heading home to the family in Welcome, but I’m stuck here in South Florida working. Say hi to your Mom and Dad!
Thanks so much for these wonderful photos! Even though BH is less than a mile from me, I never make it over there so thanks for bringing it to me! I was especially curious whether Cartier had a big ribbon like their stores in NY and London. Thanks for the answer! Have a wonderful time at home. Be it ever so humble, there’s no place like it.
Thanks so much! Hope you have a Merry Christmas too. x
Merry Christmas, Sandra! I was a little bummed that a huge street light stood right in front of my shot of Cartier, but what can you do! See you in the New Year! xo