I judge books by their cover. That also goes for albums and their artwork. I pinned this image on Pinterest awhile ago and then went to the source. Commence dancing booty in my chair. It took me to Fiction Fred. I’m currently exploring the blog (by Fred, a graphic designer from Cape Town, South Africa). Listen the single here and enjoy!
I’m not a jewelry girl. But I would be this bracelet’s girl. Found on Honestly WTF with a tutorial!!!
I’ve got Valentine’s Day on the mind. I love these cards that I’ve come across. The top cards are by Spoonful on Etsy. (originally found here). The middle cards are by Hello Handmade (originally found here). And of course, the lovely cards on the bottom are Rifle Paper Co.‘s products. Love them all!
Since December I’ve been busy with an amazing group of women, creating a product, planning an event, and bringing about support for the Epilepsy Foundation. The Twitter community in Columbus is amazing and in late 2010, a bunch of us decided that we wanted to make a calendar and ultimately sell them and donate our proceeds to an organization. One of our beautiful #calendargirls is epileptic and we decided to bring about awareness for epilepsy. Since then we’ve created our calendar, launched our event, and are still accepting donations! You can visit our website here and either buy a calendar (it ships to you) or donate an amount. I feel honored to be a part of this and I see the #calendargirls doing many more great things in 2011.
We had a wonderful weekend away. It felt like a mini-vacation. Along with six close friends, we played games, cooked, laughed and refueled. A part of me really loves a lake when it’s frozen. It almost becomes this empty field. It had been SO long since I experienced such a silence. While out on the lake, I would occasionally hear someone shoveling snow or Desh trailing behind me but other than that, so peaceful.
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