Leaves and pumpkin and cider - oh my!
This summer, I finally put a name to one of my most profound superhero (or Shakespearean tragic hero?) traits. I am: The Under Estimator!
Many people believe that making art or creating artful spaces is "hard work" for "serious artists." I think that if it seems like "hard work" you are missing the point entirely. Here's my radical idea: creating and curating beauty should be FUN. It should be delightfully, deliriously liberating. It should be obsessive, though not necessarily... Continue Reading →
In much the same way a mother never tires of people saying her child is adorable, I never tire of having strangers stop to compliment the beauty of the house and the obvious care that is taken to keep it so. For that reason, and a few others, Saturday's debut yArT Sale (art sale in... Continue Reading →
Tomorrow is my children's last day of school. It also marks the beginning of one of the busiest times of the year for my family. Both boys have early July birthdays (within 7 days of each other) in addition to both a dating and wedding anniversary for Paul and I in the same 10-day period... Continue Reading →
I’m excited to share the big accomplishment of the season thus far - my updated front porch! Talk about thrifty: with a $13 can of Vintage Coral paint, Paul and I brightened all of our porch furniture and flipped an unused door into a bright vertical planter table. Raiding our Trash Day loot pile, we added a... Continue Reading →