My Everyday Life: Week 42

Here’s what this past week looked like- My Everyday Life: Week 42

My favorite part of Home Depot:

Cupcakes for Cooper’s joint birthday party!

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Sun + Fog a few mornings this week. It’s really so beautiful.My Everyday Life: Week 42 on Shutterbean.com

HAPPY BIRTHDAY COOPER + KYLAN.

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The whiskers above her eyes.

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Sunflower butter + banana on top of rice cake.

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Rosie loves my friend Becca. 

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Meal prepping.

Instant Pot Applesauce is my favorite thing right now.

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Favorite color lately.

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Pear shaped.

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My church is outdoors.

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Everything is illuminated.

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Make eye contact with a deer. CHECK.

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I spent 30 minutes working on organizing my cables and cords.

I’ll share the results soon.

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Went through my mom’s spice drawer. I love all the old labels.

It’s bittersweet.

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Especially when I see how old some of the stuff was.

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My mom was a fan of lemon pepper. I am not.

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Adventure in the city.

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Treasure hunting with Cooper.

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We three!  Me, Cooper & Ali!

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I like the d’s.

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Something for someone.

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Green + Pink + Red

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Family dinner at Tony’s Pizza. 

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The birds that watch me while I grocery shop.

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Foraging Eucalyptus with Lisa. 

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We found a water tower,

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Beets.

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Treasures I brought home from my mom’s kitchen.

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Beets left their mark on my kitchen towels.

I LOVE IT.

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The Beet salad from Now & Again. came with me to a cookbook party for Julia Turshen. 

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This is real life in SF.

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Killing time in the Mission.

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For Hula.

Note to self:

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You’re a star.

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Imagine coming home to this.

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COOKBOOK PARTY!

Drawings at The Ruby.  What a cool space! I’d totally join if I lived in SF and was close by.

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Cookbook parties allow you to try a bunch of recipes at once.

I WANT A COOKBOOK CLUB.

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Q & A

I love how much Julia uses her hands when she talks. Most of my pictures were blurry 🙂

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Find me!

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I forgot about my washi tape box.

Night out with my sis, Ali!

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First time at Pacific Catch. Won’t be my last!

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Leftover birthday balloons and Saturday morning cartoons.

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Getting the guest bedroom ready.

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  • Sina

    Love your brown shoes – gorgeous!
    Also: the washi-tape-box, so pretty. We have a basket for those and I love to use them. They always are fun 🙂
    Oh, and the vanilla beans and kitchen tools from your mom <3 I'm currently incorporating some kitchen tools from my grandmother. It is so special to use them. Also, my grandmother used to make home-made jam in big batches, so after she died we had countless jars made by her for so many months – it was weird and wonderful to eat it.

  • Patty Jo Considine

    “This is real life in SF” Um, no. That’s what you pick and choose and to capture coming over from white-washed Marin County. You haven’t a clue about real life in SF.

    • Tracy

      I meant that you can walk down the street and see painted buildings on buildings in SF. It looks like a set to me in this particular photo. The meaning you place on the photo is your own.

    • Shawna Greenway

      That was a bit harsh, wasn’t it?

  • T

    I always enjoy your photos and perspective, Thanks for sharing.

  • Shawna Greenway

    What color is your guest room? I’m sure you told us when you first painted it but I can’t figure out how to search your blog for it. it’s a great color for my teenager’s room.

  • Ellen W

    I saw A Star is Born last night and loved it. When the movie ended the theatre was silent except for some sniffling (me included).

  • Courtney

    Your posts always bring me peace. I feel so lucky you are willing to share your life with the world. I’m inspired by the way you look for and find beauty, everywhere you go! Thank you Tracy!

  • LBG

    I love seeing your posts each week and the things you find beauty in. After moving away from SF 4 years ago, your photos always make me smile and show me things I may have never noticed on my own. Thanks for sharing.

  • Denise

    Tracy:

    You always have a bright and positive outlook on the life around you. It always brings me joy.

    Denise

  • KG

    Just the other day, I was telling someone how my grandfather used to put Spice Island-brand lemon pepper on EVERYTHING (and how I didn’t love it, but loved that he cooked for us so much). So, it was funny to see the old-fashioned Spice Island bottle with the charming lettering and then scroll to the next photo to see a bottle of lemon pepper! Thanks for the little visual trip down memory lane.

    • Tracy

      haha! glad to see I’m not the only one with the same opinion on lemon pepper!

  • Megan

    Your pictures make me so happy 🙂 You capture color and light so well and it just warms my heart. Thanks for sharing!

    “My church is outdoors.” ME TOO lady. Also, I wish I could frame that picture of beets for my kitchen (which is currently non-existent bc I’m traveling on rotations haha)

    PS – I am planning to do a “Fall Fashion inspo by my favorite bloggers” post next week. Would you mind if I included you and used one of your recent fall outfit pictures? I would of course link back to you 🙂 If not, no worries! I just wanted to ask! I am a long time blog reader but I’m very new to blogging myself so I’m pretty sure only my mom and boyfriend read my posts right now anyways 😉

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