October 21, 2010 § 1 Comment
Every step and every ingredient of a recipe in a single frame? Pretty clever. And I have to say makes me want to bake something right now.
October 16, 2010 § 3 Comments
2 weeks ago we went and saw Arcade Fire at the Greek in Berkeley. Amazing! I would totally pay to see the same exact show again in a heart beat.
I really do need to get into the habit of taking along our camera (as lame as it is) and taking more pictures, I never remember to at the moment I should, ya know?
So, I like looking at this picture and tell myself my roots aren’t THAT bad. Haha. I did buy a similar hat the other day (with the same intentions). Not to worry guys, the problem should be fixed next week. And then I am promised a fake perm! Actually I have been searching for tiny foam curlers to try and just do it myself for a look similar to this:
Any idea where I could find some? I tried Target and Ulta with no luck. I did come across some at a thrift store but something in me just couldn’t let myself buy used foam curlers from a thrift store, and besides there wasn’t even enough for me to do the whole head…(that I think was probably the real reason I didn’t buy them).
It’s going onto week two for us of taking care of little sicklings, Tassa just started her turn with the cold a couple of days ago, so I forsee at least a few more days of being anchored at home. So sad to see the little ones sick! Although Tessa’s raspy voice is also really really cute!
Its just the worse to spend a weekend like this when the weather is nice for picnics outside or trips to apple hill. Hoping to knock out some projects over the weekend, I’d typically wouldn’t have a chance to get around to…
Seems simple enough right?
October 6, 2010 § 2 Comments
I am working on a little etsy shop face lift, and as anything in the photoshop world for me it is taking s-o-m-e time. There will be additions made here and there throughout the next couple of weeks, so keep your eyes peeled.
You wear vintage so could they!
October 1, 2010 § 2 Comments
Don’t you just hate it when you buy something pricey thinking you can’t live without it only to bring it home and find that you don’t love it as much as you did in the store fitting room? (Its that great lighting and mirrors!) And worse if you bring it home and wear it but then after a while you realize that initial obsession and belief that you will keep it forever and EVER is totally gone, and the price you paid will never be redeemed from the garment after all. Oh and then the guilt! Haha. Happens (I mean happened) to me too often … and that’s what I am currently telling myself about this cloak…
But you know whats even better? Buying something ridiculously cheap and loving the garment even more when you bring it home. You just can’t beat it. I have a few items just as such said to break out this weekend as we travel to a few colder weather destinations. Looking forward to layering and actually needing to wear close toe shoes.
Happy weekend ya’all!
September 26, 2010 § 7 Comments
(As I serve her breakfast.)
Eva: “This is a GOOD hang-over breakfast!”
Eva: “You know to have people come over and hang out for breakfast.”
September 20, 2010 § 2 Comments
One day I would love to have such a kitchen.
You know what else? I would love to own a little bakery like Maggie Gyllenhaal’s character has in Stranger Than Fiction. I love that film. I watched it a couple of nights ago and snacked on some cold left over home made pizza from dinner earlier. A lovely lovely night.
When that movie just came out, I was crazy about Hanes tank tops and wore them religiously and my favorite scene was when Ana Pascal serves Harold Crick a cookie with milk wearing a wife beater tank, skinny jeans, boots, and a cropped sequence jacket. Hot damn.
Just some useless information for you.