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Monthly Archives: July 2010
I Stumbled upon these whimsical postcards by Kate Spade. I’ve swooned over the planners for years, so of course, these caught my eye. Perfect for a stay-cation, no?
Skirt: tildon, Nordstrom Cardigan: Soprano, Nordstrom Tank: Victoria’s Secret Boots: Dollhouse Tights: baryshnikov (dance tights) What are you wearing?
Eric and I recently went to Puerto, Vallarta, Mexico for our honeymoon. I tried asparagus soup for the first time there and loved in. Back in the states, I searched for similar recipes, eager to take advantage of fresh, in-season … Continue reading
This week oh-what-a-gem I found at my local fabric store: a back room full of retro fabrics from a store that closed its doors two decades ago! Among other treasures, I found this panel, which I immediately purchased. Boy, doesn’t … Continue reading
How cute are these popsicles?! I just couldn’t help but share them with you. Homemade at the Angora Lakes convenience store in South Lake Tahoe – a delicious combination of lemonade, grape juice, and a gummy worm! (I’m pretty sure … Continue reading
I wouldn’t call myself a patient person. Forgiving, yes, but I’ve typically held people to a high standard, and myself to an even higher standard. Thus, when disappointing things would happen, I’d inevitably be upset. I think -hope- things might be … Continue reading
What: Getting properly fit for a bra Why: Most women are wearing the wrong size cup or band, or both. It’s either making them uncomfortable (short-term or long-term pain) or not making them look as great as they could. Lifted? … Continue reading
I have been a so-called “runner” most of my life. When I was young, my parents used to send my siblings & I out to run a lap around the park–allowing them a bit of peace and quiet. This isn’t … Continue reading
A few weeks ago Stephanie came up to visit. Eric and I had been wanting to go to the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, and well, Steph cares about “art” more than anyone I know. Let’s just say she was … Continue reading