Is anyone else as excited as me that Spring is only a week away? I can’t wait for warm weather, actually being able to take the boys outside without jackets- enjoying ourselves in the fresh air instead of being cooped up inside all the time.
You can enjoy the spring in style with all the great things coming out at Pier 1 right now. Amazing outdoor furniture like their updated Papasan chairs, or their huge collection of outdoor wicker furniture (wicker was always my Mom’s favorite so I may be a little bit partial.) Their outdoor furniture can actually be used both in and outside, two uses for one piece. Right now there’s 20% off of Top-Picks on the website, so you could score a really good deal on something that would give your house or yard the ‘wow’ factor.
Thomas and I have always wanted nice outdoor furniture, but never seemed to spend enough time outdoors to enjoy it. With both boys mobile and very active, it would seem that now would be the perfect time so that the kids aren’t the only ones relaxing in the sun.
You can sign up for the Pier 1 Outdoor newsletter and get signed up for a special offer on the first days of Spring from Pier 1 March 18-20.
If you’re interested in participating in a Tweet-up, Pier is having their Pier 1 Tweetups events in four states in the next 2 months. March 9th in orlando, March 22nd in Dallas, April 5th in Atlanta, and April 20th in New York City. You can get some awesome goodies and and giveaways by attending!
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