My Everyday Life: Week 26

Here’s what this past week looked like- My Everyday Life Week 26

These might be my favorite summer colors in watercolor form.

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And to think I didn’t like watermelon for a huge part of my life!

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Color swatches at the fabric store.

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Slowly sending out mail.

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Still receiving mail despite how many letters I have to write!

This one from Karin had a pecan pie recipe on the front.

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Reading through this book – Van Gough Blues 

Still painting!

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I made a cherry pie for my Dad.

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We arranged a family dinner through text! Something new for us. My Mom usually arranged everything so it was nice to have a spur of the moment family hang. We did an awesome job.

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FAMILY DINNER

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Yes to pie.

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This week, I tracked all the food I ate in a notebook (that I made!).

It is so helpful.

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I also ate a lot of breakfast tacos this week.

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And sausage.

 

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And more breakfast tacos.

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Having a moment at Apple. Computer was out of my possession for 48 hours and they claimed it worked and I brought it home and it doesn’t. I’m using Casey’s laptop right now and the keys aren’t the same and nothing feels right and this week has just been very frustrating. I also liked this woman’s style at the apple store, so there’s that.

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Snugs

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We had a good time going over Cooper’s school books from first grade.

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Fronds

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Vintage car spotting while on a hike with Casey.

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Currently in my bathroom.

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All the eggs.

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Ella is such a princess.

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I go to Indian food by myself because my family always complains when I suggest it.

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Thanks, universe!

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Bed time has been thrown off since summer and I don’t like it!

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On an adventure with Jessica!

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When you find your old notes on a paper in an art store..

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The colors!

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The bougainvillea must be so old. It’s so lush!

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Taking a moment to take it all in.

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Lunch for 1

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Oh hello there.

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Playing around with pens, watercolors and spray bottles.

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A solo adventure to the library.

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Our friend had a frog in their hot tub!

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A reminder to lay low.

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Road trip fuel.

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I love him so much

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  • Candace Kennedy

    watermelon tip – freshly squeezed lime juice poured all over it. tastes like summer candy/food crack.

  • Megan

    Your flower paintings have changed so much since you started this project. I love this week’s additions!!

  • Nancy

    The cherry pie you made is beautiful, looks delicious. Do you have a recipe? Thanks!

  • Sina

    Oh, I feel you concerning the late bedtime hours during summer break, I don’t like it too. That way, time for myself (or for me and my husband) tends to get cut short and despite the luxurious timeless feeling of summer and kids happily living without a schedule I feel a bit unbalanced sometimes… I’m looking forward to summer break nonetheless – two more weeks to go!

    • Tracy

      Yes! It robs me of my time with Casey and I don’t like it!! Good luck with your break! It will be here before you know it!

  • Alicia A Melanson

    2 Words….Trader Joes Palak Paneer so good !!!!
    Stay over summer camp for the 12 yo, so that will get her back on an up early track. Just before school starts too.
    Who made your sandals?

    • Tracy

      Oh yes! I need to add that back into our rotation. I forgot how much I enjoyed it!
      Sandals are Sanita.

  • michele rock

    I would go to eat indian food with you! also, I have a tshirt that says “let that shit go”, great reminder!

    • Tracy

      I bet that’s a really helpful shirt for everyone around you too!

  • Chai Caramba

    Ooh, where did you go for Indian food? We just moved out of the North Bay, so missing it like crazy and enjoying your pix that much more! Thank you so much for sharing!

    • Tracy

      I went to Avatar’s Punjabi Burrito in Larkspur. I get their spinach/tofu rice plate with chicken. It’s tasty!

  • Amy U

    In the picture with the frog Cooper looks like a teenager. A glimpse into the future!

  • Aeshna

    Tracy, please come to New Delhi and I will take you for the best Indian food of your life.

  • mariah

    I needed to see “Let that Shit go”, today.

  • Jenna

    The frog in the hot pool reminds me of the fable about the frog in slowly boiling water. Could definitely be a sign of the times, haha.

    That salad with peaches (?) looks amazing, if you could be bothered a re-creation on your blog would be amazing! I’m interested in the dressing situation!

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