it’s spring! and our town came out to celebrate over the weekend. the cats are following the sun spots around the house, and my early peonies are going wild.
so i had decided last year that every monday i would share photos from the weekend on here. that hasn’t quite worked out, so today i’m sharing glimpses from the last couple months, and in the future i will do my best to share every two or three weeks. deal?
not quite ready to start with the christmas decor, but getting there. i have everything I need (well except the tree), but we have a birthday to celebrate first. and i need to clean! have you decorated already?
My advice for life: dance and sing your song while the party is still on. Rasheed Ogunlaru
This past Saturday, the CPM, the music school and association where Kieran takes his drumming lessons, held its Spring Recital. While the recital takes place at 4 pm, since Lucas is on the committee, and as I’m sure you know how small associations work things tend to be kind of […]
Last night I made what has become one of our very favourite chicken dishes ever: Perfect Pan-Roasted Chicken Thighs. I follow Bon Apetit on Facebook, and thanks to them have discovered some wonderful meals to add to our usual rotation. The best things about this one is that it is […]
Life has been crazy around here. I’ve been busy working on my business, mainly the printables download shop, as the printable membership site. But in other more personal news, here’s what’s been happening. We bought a house! This has been the overwhelming thing in our lives right now. We’re doing […]
Three weeks into my son’s official summer vacation, and here’s what we’ve been up to. Some painting: that’s actually I painting I made for him, and he helped finished off the last few bits. Thrifting, of course. Spending time with friends, eating all the things Checking out the Tour de […]
A couple Sundays ago we headed out to a street art festival in a town close by. It’s an annual event called Les Ephémères, and the art installations are set up throughout the old village of the town. We didn’t manage to see everything but what we did see was […]