My Everyday Life: Week 17

Here’s what this past week looked like- My Everyday Life Week 17

The pixie is back! This week I chopped my hair off. I needed a change.

IT IS SO LIBERATING!!!!!!!! And so easy to have short hair. YAY

This is what it looks like when Cooper uses my paints… that white…

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Continuing the #100daysartbeforebreakast project.

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I’ve never looked that close at bottle brush until now.

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This particular morning I pulled from the fridge.

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Rosie ate a spinach leaf during this painting.

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Ferns are my favorite.

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This is all over my driveway.

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A lantana I pulled from the yard.

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I like the photo better.

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Not my favorite painting, but I did enjoy using orange.

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She helps me paint every morning.

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HAVE MERCY.

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Last night I made ribs after Cooper’s baseball game. My dad came over.

We had a great time.

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Breakfast in Napa with my new friend, Emma! 

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We support counter intelligence.

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When I drove up to her house (which is adorable btw), I noticed that she ALSO has a Bill Murray bumper sticker on her car.

Kindreds!

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Girl time & painting.

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She has excellent taste.

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I’m jealous of this old photo she has. Isn’t it fun?!

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Trip to an amazing kitchen store.

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Albert spotting.

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Burgers and roasted broc and tots.

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Regretting not buying this shirt at Gap. I tried these pants on (WITH HOLES) for fun. My foot went right through the hole. WHY DO WE LIKE PANTS WITH HOLES IN THEM? My parents never understood it. I don’t either.

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This beauty is wild and blooming in my yard.

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My favorite section to look at.

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A simple weeknight dinner.

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I love lemons.

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Breakfast sandwiches for two.

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Always breaking down cardboard.

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Painting feelings. I had a lot of them this week.

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Notes to self.

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Loot from my friends at Crow Canyon Home.

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Breakfast meeting at Dipsea.

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When his fortune cookie didn’t have a fortune in it and MINE HAD TWO.

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Flipping through my grandmother’s photo album circa 1937.

A PIE EATING CONTEST!!

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My grandma & grandpa (my Mom’s parents)

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Private tour of the spirit section this week at Nugget market.

I’m working with them on a new recipe. Should be fun! Stay tuned.

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Baseball golden hour.

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Now that I am painting flowers, that’s all I see.

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I worked the snack shack.

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Red vines are the most annoying thing to serve. You have to pick them out one by one.

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LOVE.

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Too many people in a pool!

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I stuck my head out the window and saw this. WOW.

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  • Jay

    You look amazing! If I could get away with short hair, I would have a pixie cut all the time. I’m also loving all of your flower paintings!

  • Caroline

    You’ve inspired me to book an appointment and chop my hair off! It’s time for change! (Let’s hope my hairdresser agrees! Lol). It’s been my mantra for this year. Lots of little changes. Nothing over the top but enough to slowly change perspective and introduce new opportunities, you know?!
    Life is a magical adventure and your photos bring that message to life for me every week! Thank you!

  • Jamie

    Cooper’s painting is amazing! Looks like sunny-side up egg. Is that real eggs on the bottom?

  • Elizabeth Ayoub

    I always love reading these posts each week! And pants with holes–what in the world?! My two-year-old to her babysitter who showed up with holes in her jeans “Oh no! Your pants! Fix them!” 🙂

  • Pam

    Love these posts. Cooper did a great job on those paintings!! I’m loving your new hair.

  • Alicia A

    I chopped my hair off last week and again this week………..and so did my 12yo daughter.Her friend asked if she was grounded for doing it….why? It’s her hair.
    What fun, it feels so alive!

    • Tracy

      It’s a really easy way for people to think you’re brave. It’s only because so many people would never dare cut off all their hair!

  • Scarlett

    I said this when it was in your IG story but I love the pixie!! You rock it so well! Also, you should have gotten that outfit from the Gap. It suits you! Your painting practice is coming along so well– i’m so impressed by your dedication to it! Makes me want to start my own… maybe #100daysartafterdinner 🙂

  • Scarlett

    Also, question about your art practice– do you set a timer to work for so long or do you just paint until you’ve finished a piece or just feel done painting?

    • Tracy

      It really depends on the day. I take more time on weekends, but since I’m doing it before breakfast on a weekday I have less than 20 minutes to do it before cooper has to get off to school.

  • CK

    Wow I definitely see the family resemblance in that photo of your Grandmother!! That’s so cool.

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