“We were together. I forget the rest.”
I’ve been home from work all week with migraines. Not that you can work ANY job with a migraine, but you definitely can’t teach preschool. So. I have tried to make the most of my time at home (as the headaches seem to dissipate in the early afternoons) by making peanut butter treats for Jakey pup from Rachel’s simple recipe, whipping up some homemade red chile for enchiladas last night (sometimes our New Mexico-ness pops it’s head out and begs to be paid attention to), and more than anything, bugging the Gent while he tries to work. (But don’t feel too sorry for him; I made him leftover enchiladas topped with a fried egg for lunch). And naturally, in the midst of all that I’ve been pinning. So, without further ado…
What is it about this photo? Her posture. Her pants. Her gaze. She’s got it figured out, for sure.
Ever on the hunt for a kinda raincoat- not too techy/black- not too warm- perfect Seattle jacket, I found this… could be it!
Also, I need a bag for work. Something that can get a little beaten up, but is also at least a little chic… How about this one, Everlane?
Maybe festooned with this little Clare Vivier pom pom? And hey, that would be economical, because I could also put it on my La Trop, as foreshadowed in this pic from the CV blog… such a deal! ;)
This bunny has captured my heart. It is too sweet for words. It’s in the Steven Alan article in the new Matchbook, and no, I don’t know where’s from. But I sure wish I knew, and that I had some little being to buy it for! Besides myself, of course.
Small, everyday things well-designed. They make me so happy. And also make me want to go back to school for graphic design. That swan print is killing me.
Pumpkin espresso bread. I will be making this. Won’t you?
Some words. This is perfect, no? Right to the point.