A week or two ago Rowan and I ventured out to the library and wandered the stacks in the children’s area. We have a decent collection of fairy tales that I like to browse whenever we visit, and it was while I was doing just so that my little one brought my attention to the… Continue reading Books, lately.
Here at the dining table again, eating leftover potato soup out of my favorite chipped coffee cup from Haslam’s book store. Gave it a shot of Tabasco to liven things up. Some weeks whirl by faster than others; this seems to be one such week. I try to remember the best moments. Like yesterday, when… Continue reading Savoring the moments
I’m sitting at the dining table in front of a vase filled with the loveliest yellow sunflowers and soft purple tulips. I bought them yesterday because our Spring break ended this weekend, and I wanted to usher in the busy new week with something beautiful that would slow us down for a few moments and… Continue reading Before dinner musings
We had the best visit with friends yesterday! Olga and Mollie came over for lunch and they came bearing delicious food in the form of Korean carrot salad and cucumber and cabbage slaw. Olga hand sliced these beautiful paper-thin pieces of cucumber — so thin that if you held one up to the light I… Continue reading Friends, and the promise of a walk.
Lately, wildflowers sprout in Piper’s butterfly garden. Baby lettuces form their first true leaves in a raised bed. A plot of earth surrounded by bricks waits to be tended and made ready for seeds of all sorts: radish, eggplant, watermelon, sunflower. Carrots, tomatoes, beets, and peas. Sweet sugar snap peas. Inside, Rowan pulls himself along… Continue reading Lately
Sneaking a quick post in before I get started on dinner. I’m trying something new and writing this on my phone. I wanted to write last week, but what a busy few days we have had lately! Also, Piper is fighting off a cold and our energy has been mainly with her, and in keeping… Continue reading A quick post
We are grateful to be settled back into our little house after Hurricane Irma blew through town and left much of the city without electricity. We stayed with my parents until our power was restored. We are thankful for our family’s support during such a trying time. Still, there’s no place quite like home. One… Continue reading In the kitchen and around the house