My Everyday Life: Week 29

Here’s what this past week looked like on My Everyday Life: week 29

Goodbye, Carmel! You’re pretty great.

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You can feel the history when you’re there! That’s what I like about it.My Everyday Life: Week 29 on Shutterbean.com

My friend’s parent’s house is so beautiful.

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A collection I brought home.

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This morning: Avocado toast + word searches.

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Cooper takes photos of the cats on my phone without me knowing. This one was a good one!

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Once I got in the rhythm, I spelled wrong. Oh, the irony!

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Art after breakfast

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HELLO HELLO HELLO

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Playing around with ink & color this weekend.

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Although I think this is pretty in black & white too!

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A corner of my deck that I find magical.

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Plant flowers you’d want to take pictures of!

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This week at #campshutterbean we read books outside the library.

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Under a gigantic tree.

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Up close and personal with this flower.

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Lunch at Tamalpie with my friend Amy. This pizza was bonkers.

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Cat bowl on the couch.

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Watering my plants every morning is a ritual that I’ve grown to really love.

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If you want flowers, buy flowers.

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Working on this space. It’s coming along SLOWLY.

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Treasures found at Salvation Army.

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And a new little friend.

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Creative Project: making notes with the Wild Unknown Animal Spirit Deck

 

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This hair.

A bee got caught in my hair this week and ended up stinging my scalp.

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Don’t look at me.

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Beautiful cards from my pen pal, Libby!!

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Simple Caesar Salad with chicken for dinner this week.

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A beautiful mess.

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Keeping on track at target.

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8PM light reflected from neighbor’s window.

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Salmon + cold sesame noodles.

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2017 is the Summer of Hot Dogs for our family.

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MEAL PREP!

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  • Jane M

    My NANNY had that same saying on something different hanging in her kitchen! (The Salvation Army piece pictured!). That saying is something I will always remember fondly of my Grandmother! Thanks for sharing!

  • bonnie

    I love this feature so much and look forward to it at week’s end. Your deck is so beautiful – I understand your pleasure in watering every morning. Morning meditation. Thanks for all the inspiration, Tracy! Cooper is so lucky to grow up with so many stretch and grow and play and explore opportunities.

  • Paula

    What is your iced tea recipe? It is on my summer bucket list to make iced tea from scratch and yours always looks so good in your meal prep :)

  • ELLEN

    Absolutely LOVE the post cards that your friend, Libby made and kindly sent to you. Her note to you reveals a delightfully amazing person to know! Your Everyday Life is filled with fantastic moments and I love following them. Cooper is quite the handsome young man. I had to smile at the cat in the bowl photo. I have two Persians and they get into every nook and cranny available. A favorite spot is a large basket with a small basket inside and both try to curl up inside that tiny space. Thank-you for another spectacular edition.

    • Libby

      Ellen–hi! I’m libby! Nice to meet you. :)
      Thanks so much for your sweet words. I needed them today. <3

  • Kristine

    Do you have a system for organizing art supplies (especially for children)?

  • Scarlett

    I love the fencing around your deck. Seems like a weird thing to compliment someone on, but it reminds me of the zoo or a botanical garden! Also, I’ve come a long way with my aversion to creepy-crawlies, but bugs ending up in my hair is still one thing that will make me SPAZZ. Hope your scalp is feeling ok 😉

    • Tracy

      thanks! my parents picked it out many many years ago. I love it too because we have some vines growing on it.

      My scalp is much better. Thank you for checking in!

  • jane

    Hi, can you give us the details on your swimsuit in the first picture?

  • Mary

    Hi Tracy! I love these posts – I also love your intentions posts. So great and inspiring!

    I was already planning on making your cold sesame noodles this week (I’ve been craving them!) and now you’ve inspired me to make salmon to go on top, just like in your photo – how did you cook your salmon? Thanks!

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