december snuck up on me, which is kinda crazy considering how this year has gone. i’m never an early decorator, and this year was no different. i made sure our Advent Calendars were good to go for the 1st, and i created a few vignettes around the living room. how […]
we’ve been on restricted in movement in france since march 16th. actually, my family and I started self-isolating on the 13th at night, and apart from my husband going in to work one morning, and doing a grocery run one evening, we have not left the house. Our new normal […]
yesterday along with our friend sandrine and her daughters we took a trip to visit le plais ideal du facteur cheval, renowned as a splendid example of naive or outsider art. it was built over 33 years by a postman, who had dreamed it up in “visions”. it’s hard to […]
it’s time for another year of reading! are you ready? this year i decided to seprate out my main book log, where i log everything i read and my challenge logs. i’m using a separate notebook for my challenge logs, i’m hoping it becomes a reading journal of sorts. i’m […]
the holidays went by in a blur. a wonderful fun filled blur of family, friends, and food, but a blur nonetheless. add being under the weather to that, and i started back the year feeling sort of out of it, but still happy for the memories made. we’re back to […]
here are a few glimpses of our everyday moments. here’s to december!
kieran loves music. as soon as he gets home from school, the first thing he does is put music on to play. we have a family subscription with deezer, which means he gets to have his own profile, and listen to whatever he pleases. luckily he has good taste, and […]
we’ve had an instantpot for about three years now, and believe me it is worth all the hype you may have heard about it. it’s one of our most used appliances, it’s in service at least a couple times a week. so i thought i’d share seven of our favourite […]
we had a pretty quiet two weeks off at the end of October. sadly it rained a lot, so we didn’t do anything very exciting. we did spend a few days, including Halloween, in Lyon with friends and family. here’s what that looked like. How is autumn going for you?
the just over two weeks we spent in the US in august were amazing! the time was definitely too short, but we packed a lot in. We hung out with family made new friends visited new york, baltimore and boston found time for bookish pursuits and ate tons of good […]