This and that.

August 16, 2013

Lately, I have been indulging in much needed down time. Connor will come home from work every evening to find me already changed out of my work clothes, into my jammies, and already snuggled on the couch. Needless to say, my blog has been suffering because of it. Sometimes you just need to take a break.

That’s not to say I haven’t been actually doing things, because I have (other than watching the entire season of Orange is the New Black. Bless you, Netflix). If you remember from last weekend, I had a photo shoot with a sweet little newborn baby. I have been working all week on editing those photos, which I want to be perfect, so I spent all my creative energy there. And napping.

Ok. I’m done making excuses. I will just share a few things I’ve been up to the past week to tide you over until I actually accomplish something. I know you are waiting with bated breath. Right?

The AlaskanThe ladies over at Retro Den surprised me with this awesome old book – my husband grew up in Alaska, and his family still lives there, so we spend time there usually once or twice a year. The forward is probably the funniest thing I’ve read in a long while.

image Client ImagesI’m almost done with editing the images for Emerson’s photo shoot, and I’ve been putting the final touches on the image disc packaging that I will send to my client.

Linda's GardenMy friend Linda has an AMAZING garden and she was generous to not only cook a delicious breakfast for us (with eggs from her chickens!), but also let us take a grab at some of her herbs, tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers.

image ThriftingI went thrifting and found a woven rope chair and a cow’s skull. I went in looking for some vintage plant books to hang some art in my house and ended up with these two items. Funny how that works.

Also, does anyone have any knowledge on services you can use to get cow skulls cleaned and sanitized? This one is pretty clean on the outside, but the inside crevices are a little gnar.


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