My Everyday Life: Week 34

Here’s what this past week looked like- My Everyday Life Week 34

Estate sale scores from the weekend:

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She is so pleased. I wonder what her name was.

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Trust nothing.

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Not your average photos.

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So weird that our things end up in stranger’s hands.

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Lives were lived.

In another time and place.

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I imagine this was the office. What a view!

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Speaking of view. My last breakfast in Tahoe.

We came back Monday afternoon. The air quality at home is pretty bad now.

What looks like a foggy sky is actually smoke/funk. We haven’t really seen blue skies most of the week.

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My head is a globe.

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The simplest dinners are always my favorite.

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I bought myself sunflowers.

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The first day of school breakfast was YOGURT WAFFLES!

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Sending out thank yous.

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Saturday morning bath while everyone watches baseball.

THIS IS SELF CARE

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Three hands one cat.

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I always spell cotija cheese wrong.

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A view from the parking lot.

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The front yard is looking much better these days. It’s amazing what a little water can do.

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A good reminder in my office.

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Sketchbooks.

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Favorite erranding outfit.

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Tuna salad with parsley instead of lettuce!

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Cooper’s favorite snack right now- crunchy peanut butter and bananas rolled up in a tortilla.

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Working through some stuff. Every surface in my office is covered in paper.
HELP.

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At least these two blooms popped up in the midst of it all!

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A moment of zen.

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Chicken teriyaki meatballs and fried rice for One Potato. 

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Cooper is a hand model.

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Potato salad + green beans is a favorite combo of mine.

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You should see how messy it is out of frame.

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Ahhh, to be young.

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Reach high.

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A special moment.

BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT.

It’s always fun looking inside Cooper’s desk. We leave notes for each other. It’s the best.

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New fonts I downloaded.

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I was in traffic looking at the construction of the hospital I was born in. I thought about how my mom and how we won’t be able to talk about how different it looks now and when I looked closer I saw hearts all over the fence.

Later on, we were stuck in traffic coming home and a boy next to us fainted while driving and crashed into the car ahead of him.

I got out of my car and flagged down help. A man tried to bust into his window with a pickaxe to wake him up.

It was pretty scary.  He was OK.  Cooper and I were totally thrown off after that.

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Will she change the toilet paper roll?

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A sign in Faifax.

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Cooper’s first beignet.  We went to Hummingbird Cafe in Fairfax. It was good!

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More is more!

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Getting an email from my son is the best. We sent some emails together this week.

Productive screen time action!

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YES.

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This cat has a good life.

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Week 34 in 2016

Week 34 in 2015

Week 34 in 2014

Week 34 in 2013

Week 34 in 2012

Week 34 in 2011

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  • Kelli

    LOVE LOVE LOVE your posts. They always make me pause to take in your beautiful images and quirky, funny, introspective views of the world.
    Tell me more about these concrete? faces.

  • Marla Solano

    I’m sorry that happened to you guys this week, sending you peace and strength to procrss and move on

  • Bettye L Rainwater

    I love the lady in white. Is she posing near a waterfall? I think is she the original hipster posing casually near a waterfall for an Instagram shot. I used to end up with boxes and boxes of old photographs when I went to auctions to buy inventory to sell on ebay. Most I resold, a few I kept even though I don’t know who they are. I just like them. Once I bought two shoeboxes filled with color pictures from the 70s (you know what that color looks like) of HOUSE FIRES. I don’t know if the photographer had been an arsonist or a fire chaser or someone from the fire department, but they sold for a STUPID amount of money!

    I love the hours on the globe shop. I would like those working hours 🙂

    I hope that cat hangs the tp the right way!

    You have the most interesting weeks.

    Bettye
    https://fashionschlub.com

  • S

    I am curious about your potato salad/green bean situation. I have a million pounds of green beans in my garden right now and don’t know what to do with them…..

    I am not a cookbook buyer. I do not buy cookbooks, but if you ever wrote a cookbook I would buy it immediately without hesitation. And buy one each for all of my friends.

  • mari

    awesome photos Tracy…..I am on a diet and I live for your restaurant pic’s. drool I don’t know what that photo is of a sandwich…shrimp po boy? looks wonderful. Lucky u living in San Fran

    I go to estate sales every week as well….its so weird going through peoples stuff. most of it I pass on, but I have found some wonderful things this year. (it also makes me want to go over to my 90 yr old mothers condo, and start cleaning/donating/pitching things. I don’t want to wait til she’s gone. Ill be too sad. have a great Labor Day weekend! M

    • Tracy

      I don’t usually end up with a lot of stuff from estate sales. I think I really enjoy the process of seeing other people’s stuff and how they lived. It puts my brain into another space and I like that.

  • Nicole

    I love your everyday life posts. Very soothing. Can I be nosy and ask what hospital you were born in? I live in Oklahoma now, but was born at Alta Bates hospital in Berkeley. I’d like to see it again at some point.

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