Things I loathe when the temps are in the triple digits :: * driving * dog breath * bras * making food * eating food * Things I love, even when it is ridiculously hot outside :: *happy, healthy veggie plants * cool showers * smoothies for dinner *popsicles * * watching my boys … Continue reading *it’s hot, folks.
In my last post I shared my desire to make stuff for myself and my family now that I am no longer sewing for my handmade business. Making good on that declaration here is my first completed project of the season – a new dress for ME! I am so excited! … Continue reading i made a dress*
I picked up several of these lace appliques at a craft market last year. Then last month I found plain tanks on sale at jc penney for $5 each and decided embellishing them would be a quick, easy and super cute project. I searched “lace applique” and “vintage applique” on etsy and found lots of shops selling … Continue reading lace appliqued tanks * re-fashion
i almost stayed behind with luca. i was feeling so overwhelmed and grouchy and just not nice to be around. at the very last second i packed up some clothes and books and my hula hoops and drove two hours with my family to spend a couple of the most magical days in the woods. … Continue reading wild and magical*
sundresses * bountiful garden * happy chickens * happier kids * popscicles * bubble blowing * wildflower bouquets * bare feet * glitter pedicures * summer bliss Continue reading life as of late*
a couple days ago we packed up the kids and drove to the mountains for a spontaneous afternoon trip. we stopped at this little creek to throw rocks, play in the dirt, get our feet wet and eat lunch. the highlight of the day was the little frog that paid us a visit. i gave … Continue reading on a whim*
our garden, or what i have affectionately been calling it, our cardboard jungle. i have been layering cardboard around the beds in the garden area to keep the grass and weeds from growing. it is working quite well though it isn’t the prettiest of ground cover options. however, cardboard is free of charge and free … Continue reading summer solstice garden*