My Everyday Life: Week 50

Here’s what this past week looked like- My Everyday Life Week 50

Good morning indeed.

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Part of my rock collection.
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Pho sure.
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Thanks for snapping a pic of me showing how to stamp, Kris!
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So nice to meet you, Rebecca!
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While we wait for food.
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Casey’s/Mine/Cooper’s
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Art store visits this week!
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Playing with ink & watercolor.
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Rosie in the middle of a nerf battle.
(she loves it)
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It’s weird that they make half pie containers.
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GOODBYE OLD PAINT JOB in my bedroom!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Went to a local business meeting this week! Was pretty fun.
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TOAST PORN.
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Before:
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After:
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Working on my holiday cards this year.
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Weeknight drinking.
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Saw this on the way to yoga.
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At SF City Hall getting some documents…..spotted some newlyweds.
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Yessssss.
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Friday painting project.
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I love paint drips.
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Curious mew.
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Introverting.
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We went on an adventure to Petaluma this weekend.
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Take a picture of me with this awesome hot chocolate, MOM!
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We ate at our favorite spot for breakfast– Topsy’s Kitchen.
I am going to recreate this because OMG IT WAS SO GOOD.
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Treasure hunting.
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She caught my eye. She also creeped Casey out….sigh.
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A color combination I love.
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I love these trees.
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Something to inspire:
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This too. WOW.
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I loved her vibe.
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To make:
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Today was good for the soul.
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Coziest.
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Best friends.
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Bedroom vibes coming soon.

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  • Lori H

    As always, I loved your week in photos! Question: what pen are you using to address your holiday cards? It looks like just what I have been seeking. I wish wish I had your handwriting! Maybe you could write out the alphabet in upper and lower case in a blog post, and I could print it out and practice? I feel ridiculous even typing that but I would love to try it! My handwriting stinks and I don’t feel like i have had a consistent look to my handwriting,,,ever. It is never too late to learn, I feel. Happy holidays to you!!

    • Ronni

      I used four different pens to do Christmas cards this weekend because I couldn’t settle on one I loved. I should have referred to the pen post to get some ideas {{sign}}

      • Tracy

        I am so glad I found my favorite pen. I didn’t have to agonize over it this year and all my cards went by so fast because I wasn’t frustrated!

  • Caroline

    Ahhh…this is such a beautiful and inspirational practice. Documenting life through photography must really make you pause and appreciate the details. Something we all need to do more. Your photos are gorgeous!

    • Tracy

      Thanks so much, Caroline! I am so glad I have made this a practice. It helps keep my mind sharp!

  • Ronni

    Following people online can be so weird sometimes. I don’t know you or your family, at all, but I see that picture of Cooper and think, “My gosh! He’s getting so big!” I think I started following your blog around 2011. Anyway, no point, just thinking out loud.

    • Tracy

      Isn’t that nuts? I can’t believe some of my friends have teenagers now!!! Where does the time go?

  • Erica

    Can’t wait to see the details of your bedroom redecorating!

  • libby

    I can’t WAIT to see the (hopefully) inevitable bedroom tour. You black wall is killing meeeee! I want it! 😀

  • Rebecca White

    Tracy! That shout out just made my day! It was so nice to meet you too!! Such a fun workshop. We had a great time. You are as lovely in person as you are online. I successfully used carrots to stamp a bunch of reusable totes for Christmas gifts. They came out great. Your little corner of the internet is one of my favs!
    Take care! Xoxoxo

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