Monday, April 27, 2009

The end to my four day weekend and an addiction I didn't need.

Ah, Monday - Sunday... which one are you again? Four day weekends are the best.

After a whirlwind trip to Norfolk, VA, serious time-zone shifting and a Jäger bender, I was happy to be home on Friday.
Of course the weekend went by too damn fast, but it was full.

Grease on Saturday and and Forecast on Sunday with these two lovely ladies. Highlights of the show included Moth Love and Frocky Jack Morgan. I'm a fool for a bright red feather.

Unfortunately, the show made me shoe hungry and now I've tracked down my spring shoe dream team. Why to you have to taunt me with hassle free returns Zappos!? I'm not too much of a shoe addict... I'm a girl who finds the one perfect pair of shoes and wears them every day until they fall apart. Despite the dollars, these pairs are making me want to expand my rotation.

Here's a little eye candy for the ladies; two cute numbers from Camper and a nice versatile pair of Dansko boots:

Hope you had a great weekend! Eric and I will be grilling tonight. Stop on by if you love us!

Sunday, April 26, 2009

The Power of Crystals: More Ridiculous Coins

The Power of Crystals: More Ridiculous Coins

You've got to love Seth. He's masterful at making one laugh.

He's the Laughmaster.

Ringading Spring!

Oh, how you tease...

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Etsy Love: Ihamai

Looking for some high quality pillow covers - I hit the jackpot. Ihamai . Beatuiful fabrics in this Finnish Etsy store.

Marimekko too! I don't know about you but I am so grateful and excited for spring. These prints will bring on the sunshine even in some of the rainier days to come.

Saturday. Bonnie and I had breakfast at Toast (delicious) and made a trip to Ikea, and we probably shouldn't be left alone in a place like that - but we found some amazing fun things.

What a wonderful weekend. Thank you sunshine!

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Love Letter

I just stumbled across an Erica Weiner's Etsy shop featuring electro plated letterpress necklaces. The designer had the good fortune of locating a treasure trove of old movable iron type during a work-study program at the New York Center for Book Arts. Originally used on hand-cranked Vandercook Proof Presses, these letters have been given new life.

Although September is still a little way off, I think this would make an excellent 5 year anniversary gift. K & E ... hint, hint.

Find them here and here.