This weekend has been strange weather wise bouncing from sunny to snowy and back again in a matter of minutes. This has made for a lot of staying indoors. Luckily the weather broke for a bit so I could venture out to the first farmers market on saturday morning. This is the third year I… Read More First Weekend Of Spring
A few weeks ago my boyfriend had to get a new tube for his bike. He came home from riding his vintage diamond frame, we started talking about biking together to the farmers market this summer. This would require me to fix up Penelope, my 1976 brown Schwinn Collegiate 5 speed. She needs some TLC… Read More Let’s Go Ride a bike
Surprise Surprise it is raining in portland. One would think after two years here, well 1 year 364 days, I would be adjusted to it. For the most part I am. Long gone are days where I won’t even walk to my car in the rain. Long gone are the dreams of every feeling really… Read More Rain Rain Go Away… a day short of two years in one of the rainiest cities in the world.
I have been bitten a bit by the decorating bug lately. I have been thinking about ways to spruce up my kitchen. As with any project of this nature I have been scouring the internet for inspirations. These are the top three kitchens that I think are simple and beautiful. 1. Lindsay’s of Rosemarried.… Read More Making the kitchen more like home.
I’ve been making homemade granola for about 5 years now. It started when my very stubborn and very french ex-boyfriend refused to eat store bought. Seeing as he had already ruined a few of our pots by boiling them dry while trying to make pasta. I told him I would learn to make it.… Read More Homemade Granola
1. Favorite Red Tea Cup 2.Starting on The Meadowflower Tote 3. My lovely Loose leaf tea pot 4. Starting on Blossom Napkins 5. Plotting my Kitchen Curtains 6 Finished embroidery panel for The Meadowflower Tote. This winter hasn’t been particularly kind. I have been quite under the weather for most of the winter. I have… Read More Coming out of the long dark winter.