We’ve been soaking up these late summer days, as the seasons are starting to change. It’s getting dark earlier, the nights are cool, and the mornings are brisk (well maybe not this week, but last week!). Somehow the sunlight seems more golden and precious, and it makes me stop and appreciate all that’s around me. Inside, […]
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We went to NYC for the National Stationery Show and when we came home, we found our irises in full bloom. I love that our yard welcomes us home in such a pretty way.
Last year, at this time, we were still living in an apartment with a weird, shared yarders of our very own.. Spring was gorgeous, but we didn’t really enjoy it. What a difference 365 days can make! This year we’ve got our own yard with trees and flowers and beautiful things. I just can’t get […]
Spring happens so quickly. I petals are falling from trees and blanketing lawns even though the flowers have only just bloomed. I haven’t even had a minute to take the good camera out into the yard to photograph our pretty flowers! I’ve been snapping away with my camera, though. It’s such a beautiful time of […]
Marthon Monday is usually a happy day in Boston. This year it ended in tragedy. I’m so sad that this has happened in our city. On Tuesday, flags were flying at half-mast; I took this picture from the commuter train on my way home from work. My heart is heavy for the people and families affected on […]
Since it snowed again yesterday, these photos seemed relevant. I took them after our last snowstorm, while we were out on a family walk exploring our neighborhood. On the left, we have the giant-est snowman I’ve ever seen in person. On the right, a very lean-y one. Today’s the first day of SPRING, so don’t […]
I made some more juice today. 2 green apples a wedge of cabbage (slightly less than a 1/4) enough baby carrots to equal 2 large carrots a thumb-sized piece of ginger 2 handfuls of baby kale juice of 1/4 lemon I juiced everything in the order listed into a mason jar. Then I took a […]