In her shoes


  1. Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality says:

    Thank you, Camila for having me here! I'll do a link over today and hopefully my readers will come over and visit your fun blog.

  2. New England Girl says:

    I love, love, LOVE Rhoda. Isn't she fantastic? I've told her before that she should start her own magazine and I'd switch my allegiance from Martha to her! 🙂 Thanks so much for including her today… she's a lovely woman and it is such a treat to follow her blog. I'm also glad I came across yours. I've been having fun so far catching up on all the past posts. 🙂

  3. C says:

    Loved this one, Camila!! Thanks so much for sharing!

  4. Hannah's Nana says:

    Great post. I love to "peek" into the lives of busy & creative women.

  5. Susie from Bienvenue says:

    Hi there! Im so glad Rhoda introduced you to all of us! Im so exicited to come over and meet you. I too am from the south and down here you never have enough friends. I had the pure pleasure of meeting and spending some wonderful time with Miss Rhoda at the start of this year. Blissdom was full of awesome ladies and a belly of nerves but Rhoda made it sooo worth it. She has a way of putting a girl at ease and allowing you to just "be you". I love that about her! She is just a sweet heart inside and out and a good friend to have when your down and out. Trust me on this one! So spending a day with her would be true delight and so would that roast! Thank you girls! Hope y'all have a great weekend~ Susie

  6. Jillian, Inc says:

    Visiting from Rhoda's blog. She a long-time dear bloggy friend and I've also been lucky enough to meet her in person! Cute blog. Will be back for another visit.

  7. Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions says:

    Rhoda ~ Have you actually found a place that you can do a "board" online like you pictured?

    Great day! I wouldn't mind a day like that myself! : )

  8. Judy says:

    I found your blog recently and was so thrilled to see my wonderful friend Rhoda hosting her "day" on your blog. Rhoda and I are more than blogging friends….I had the pleasure of meeting her in person last summer after we'd been e-mailing for some time and we hit it off right away. We enjoy the same things, blogging, bargain shopping, and just talking….she's a wonderful person and I'm proud to call her my friend!

    Check out my blog at if you get a chance.


  9. urbansardines says:

    Can't wait to check out Rhoda's blog! I love D.I.Y.!

  10. LindsB says:

    Gosh, another wonderful lady from the South…Camila I'm in if you want to move- maybe we could get an apartment together and leave the men up North 🙂

  11. PAT says:

    This is a fun post! I came by via Rhoda's.
    Rhoda and I first "met" on an MSN decorating group, which is now closed. That was probably 7 or so years ago. It's been fun getting to know her through the years.

    I enjoyed visiting your blog.
    Back Porch Musings

  12. Blueprint Bliss says:

    Camila- another fun one in the series. I love reading about people's days. And thanks for introducing me to another Birmingham blogger!

  13. Robyn says:

    I'm another Birmingham blogger and have also had the priviledge to meet Rhoda a couple of weeks ago check out the link:

    Enjoyed the In Her Shoes post!

  14. Lazy Mom Leslie says:

    Love Rhoda and hearing about her day! So happy that she has introduced me to you as well. Have a great weekend!

  15. Dirt Princess says:

    I just love her! When you get ready to find a 30yr interior designer/gardener/huntress let me know…I know a good one…pretty darn well…oh and she is a Southern Belle as well 😉

  16. Amanda@Imperfectly Beautiful says:

    Yes…Ms. Rhoda is a true gem! I was first attracted to her blog because she is a southern lady, like me. Us southerners like to stick together, you know? Susie is right…we can never have too many friends! So thanks to Rhoda for introducing me to a new blog friend, and you for hosting! Love your blog…what a neat concept!


  17. Jennifer says:

    "she was sweet as pie" sounds like you're a Southerner yourself 🙂

  18. Jenny says:

    Rhoda, it's so great that you can have a stress-free life now. How awesome!

  19. SoBella Creations says:

    Love that mug!

  20. Amber B. says:

    I'm a Birmingham girl, too, and I love Rhoda. Her sweet personality comes through in her blog, and her projects are so creative (and affordable!!).

  21. Blondie's Journal says:

    Rhoda is the sweetest lady you would ever want to meet. I found her blog when I just started out and she was always so kind to visit my blog. She still does and I can't believe it with so many followers.

    Her day may sound typical but I have seen this lady ON THE GO!! She knows the best antique and thrift stores, she has tons of friends and meets many of her blogging friends in person. And when you see a picture of her, you will want to run to the gym yourself!!

    I just love her to death. If you don't know her, visit her blog. She's the real deal!! 🙂


  22. its so very cheri says:

    Dropped by, after reading about Rhoda's guest visit, while on Rhoda's blog. Good luck in your decorating adventure.


  23. Richella says:

    You picked a good woman to follow for the day! Whatever shoes she's wearing, I think there lots of us who would be delighted to follow Rhoda around.

    Good luck with your own design exploits! I hope your work goes well–I'm sure it must be a challenge to get your "foot in the door," but it seems like you've got what it takes.


  24. vicki archer says:

    I loved Rhoda's layed back approach to life and i am off to look at her before and afters…love these interviews Camila, xv.

  25. writing4612 says:

    Mmmm, I LOVE fresh tomato sandwiches!

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