We have a large extended family on my side, so several years ago, we adopted the tradition of drawing names and buying for one person each for Christmas, rather than buying gifts for every person in the family (though, my two daughters are the only little ones in the family and, in the past, have…continue reading
I recently finished reading Erin Boyle's gorgeous new book, Simple Matters: Living with Less and Ending Up with More. While a great deal of decluttering and housekeeping literature speaks in generalizations, I love that Erin offers specific, personalized advice for keeping the home. Moreover, this is a book that reaches beyond tidying to speak to matters of sustainability, family…continue reading
These Dorothy braids and dress, which have been a regular occurrence around here since the beginning of October.
This little horse, who has been keeping me company by the kitchen sink. He used to be in a living room window, until I moved him to make way for…continue reading
This black walnut cutting board and tea time spoon, exquisitely handcrafted by Emily of Board & Bread. I think they're the prettiest things I own. I'm dreaming of developing my skills in artful food photography (once I find time—once my daughters are grown?!) and imagining I will feature these items often.