My Everyday Life: Week 18

Here’s what this past week looked like:

A good reminder to look up.
My Everyday Life: Week 18

The light this week was captivating.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Cinnamon Currant Walnut Loaf from Acme. I have no will power.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Made my boys a smoothie. Recipe soon.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

The Shutterbean Snack this week was super popular! A bunch of you tagged me in your instagrams.

THANK YOU! I’m so glad you liked it. Roasted strawberries are amazing.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

We are working on telling the time.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

#shutterbeanfoodprep

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Little fingers.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

I put the roasted strawberries on ice cream with crumbled graham crackers for dessert.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Happy hour for one.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Banh Mi noodle bowls.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Making Spicy Sesame Guacamole. I got a perfect batch of avocados. PRAISE!

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Went on a hike.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

The shadows are sometimes better than the actual flower.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

I found a lot of rainbows in my photos this week. Here’s one.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

The heavenly feeling of fresh vacuum marks on a carpet.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Happy hour for two.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

We’re so lucky that Sol Food delivers. I got eaten alive by mosquitoes though.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Pinky up!

My Everyday Life: Week 18

His first real written sentence. I guess they read a story at school and this is his summary?

You have to look close… the guy has glasses on. His ears are red because he has an ear infection.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Cooper floating in white space.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Stop! And find something that catches your eye.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Pink and color. I like this flower color scheme.

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California knows how to party.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Baby deer on our driveway! There’s a momma and two babies who like to eat my plants.

CUTE/ANNOYING

My Everyday Life: Week 18

A quiet/rare moment.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Cooper’s pastel work.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

That subtle blue in the sky…and a dirty window.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Every cloud has a…

My Everyday Life: Week 18

4   3   2  1

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Rainbow spotting.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Planting plants with a Pimm’s Cup.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Old. New. Drips. I really like this color scheme.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Cocktail for me.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

I think I’ve taken a photo of this before.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Subtle rainbow and flower puffs still hanging on.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

What does this say??

My Everyday Life: Week 18

45. I sometimes wish I lived in a house covered with ivy.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

I’m on a juice cleanse this weekend. Wish me luck!

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Taking a break to catch our breath.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

He likes wearing his hood up lately.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Waffles this morning from Against All Grain Cookbook.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Last night felt like summer.

My Everyday Life: Week 18

A little entrepreneur.  Mad respect little man. (Not Cooper’s…but one day!)

I want a crispy treate

My Everyday Life: Week 18

Have a great weekend! xo

 

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  • Michele

    Lovely photos as always! Pretty please, Can you post the recipe for the waffles?

  • Colleen

    You live such a beautiful life :)

  • Emily @ Life on Food

    Those avocados look amazing! I love these weekly posts.

    • Raji

      I always look for your weekly post :) You inspire me to do things.

  • Traci

    I saw that first photo on instagram and thought it was abstract drawings on the pole, not staples! So cool! Love the perspective, and how it fooled me.

  • Kate

    I look forward to this post every week! Your perspective definitely reminds me to look for the beautiful things in life!

  • Jenn

    I love your photos- the 4,3,2,1 photo has a retro feel to it, and I would also like to live in a house covered in ivy!

  • Toyota

    I am utterly obsessed with your blog at the moment and you have even convinced me to try some of your recipes which is a big milestone considering a – I am very fussy and don’t like to try new things and b – I am a horrendous cook. Ingredients written on shopping list – so wish me luck.

    • Tracy

      Toyota! I’m so glad you’re here. :) What recipes are you gonna try first? I’m so curious!

  • Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Love that last pic, way to offer variety! Good luck with your cleanse. Just before cinco de mayo…. nice one, way to party once it’s over, right? x

  • Amy

    What a beautiful week you had! I’m waiting for our local strawberry farm to open for the winter season and then I’ll be making your gorgeous roasted strawberries. I’m going to check out the waffles in the Against All Grain cookbook – we definitely need a waffle situation in our house over the next few weekends.
    Have a great week Tracy and good luck with your cleanse!

  • Hilary

    Beautiful as always! :) And man, Cooper is just growing up like crazy.

    What’s in that salad, by the way?! It looks amazing.

  • jamie levine

    Gorgeous week, Tracy!

  • Ellen

    I can’t wait for the smoothie recipe! It’s been so hot I’ve been living off of them…

  • Rachel

    Cooper is just adorable!

  • Libby

    Tracy, I love love following you on Instagram and seeing what you guys have for dinner at your house. For one, it just is always beautiful. But also, I love to see the way that you adapt what you’re having for each person in the house. You’re all eating the same thing–just a smidge bit different. It’s really helped me to relax and find a new perspective when it comes to feeding people in my house.

    • Tracy

      Thanks!! I’m so glad it’s helpful. It’s also good motivation for me to keep at it 😉

  • Jamie

    You have baby deer already? Our mommas are still very pregnant in the wilds of Newberg, OR. And I still can’t get enough of your power pole picture – sooo yummy.

    • Tracy

      I dunno! We have two of them and they drink out of a pipe in our yard. They are soooooooo little!

  • Joy

    Hi Tracy. I’ve been following your blog for about a year and just recently came about the Joy the Baker podcast (which I’m crazy in love with. I wish you guys would podcast every day!), and in turn recently started following you on Instagram.

    Anyway, what I really wanted to say is that your photography skills are amazing! There are a lot of bloggers out there who have nice photos (and some nicer than others), but in my opinion, yours are the best. The composition, lighting, and subject matter of each photo is beautiful and many of your images just take my breath away because of the talent you have. Thank you for sharing that talent with us. I know I look forward to all of your posts, both through Instagram and the blog.

  • Samantha Biobabbler

    That photograph re: the juice cleanse is FRAMABLE. Woah. Way to make MAJOR art out of the mundane. Kudos!

    And the staple-shadows-upon-telephone-pole shot KILLS. SO great.

    Can’t wait for more shots of your garden & what you’re doing on it/what’s been done/where you hope to go.

    =)

  • alyssa

    4 3 2 1…
    *sings* Earth belooooow us, drifting, falling. Floating weightless…

    Sorry. I couldn’t help myself.

  • Emily

    Tracy, what do you do to your quinoa to make it “breakfast quinoa”? I want mine to look just like yours and then mix it with granola/yogurt/fruit/etc to take to work in the morning. Do you use a different cooking liquid or add cinnamon or a pinch of sugar or something (cause that’s what I want to do with mine and I need validation)?

    Your Everyday Life posts win the internet. And that’s saying something, because there are lots of corgi pictures on the internet.

    • Tracy

      hahahaa. you’re funny!
      I sometimes cook it with coconut milk instead of water. And if I just have regular quinoa leftover, I add almond milk, raisins and cinnamon and heat it up in the microwave. Sometimes I put a little bit of butter in that getup. Good luck!

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