this amazing magazine. Are you familiar with it? No ads, nothing commercial, just soft focus photos and short stories celebrating the prosaic moments in family life. I love it. I adore it. I want to rename my blog “Seeing the Everyday.”
Can you read it? The green is especially hard to see: LIFE’S MOST ESSENTIAL POSSIBILITIES ARE REALIZED AT HOME
It’s exactly the sort of magazine I want on my kitchen counter– beautiful ideas for my children to ponder while eating Cheerios.
And they want you to write for them! seeingtheeveryday.com Go write a story so I can enjoy it, please.
my lush, voluptuous garden flourishing from the rain. My peonies have hundred of buds; the roses, thousands. I can scarcely wait for the blooms.
— oh my, if there is a little girl anywhere in your life, you need this gorgeous book: it’s tied with a ribbon, it’s filled with color drenched photos, the patterns are included in a sweet printed pocket. I’m no expert seamstress and everything seems within my capabilities. When I will find the time to craft the Mary dress, the pillow, the headbands, I can’t imagine. But I’ve collected a nice little stack of fabric and I’m dreaming of pretties.
Honestly, truly, it would be worth visiting Europe just for Magnum bars. And now they are in my grocery store. Yes, I need to run eight miles just to justify one delectable treat, but it’s completely worth it.
darling Gabe up to his knees in the seventh Harry Potter. His brothers challenged him to read all seven books before the final movie comes out in July. Yep, he’s going to make it.
Ah, it’s June, there’s so much to love.
Congratulations Isabella & Patrick!– June 2, 2011