My Everyday Life: Week 15

Here’s what this past week looked like – My Everyday Life Week 15

A week ago I was teaching a handwriting workshop for our school auction!

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Nothing makes me happier than putting together an assembly line.

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Teaching outfit!

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All my stuff!  I totally brought a disco ball.

We wrote some of our family’s favorite recipes together.

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This is my sample recipe for the students to be inspired by.

Mom’s lemon chicken is a winner.

My Everyday Life: Week 15 on Shutterbean.com My friend Sonia hosted the party and put together this beautiful spread with her family’s empanada recipe.

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I loved my little helper, Luisa!

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This recipe caught my eye!

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The sweetest.

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I loved listening to conversations about old recipes and family traditions.

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I loved seeing how each kid added their own flair.

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I LOVE CHILDREN!!!!!!!

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Event in the city with California Strawberries!

We had strawberry EVERYTHING. Including cocktails.

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I am going to start putting strawberries in my water. It’s delicious.

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We styled cheeseboards.

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We soaked in the sun!

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We feasted on strawberries. It was fun!My Everyday Life: Week 15 on Shutterbean.com Looking into windows in the city.

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B 4  is one of my favorite combos to announce in Bingo.

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I got to meet one of my art heroes this week- Sabrina Ward Harrison! 

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We had dinner in Berkeley.

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She lived here 20 years ago, so it was fun to see her reminisce.  She left a note for the owners of the restaurant she used to frequent.

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ORANGE CAR SPOTTING!

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Such a pleasure when internet friends become real-life friends.

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A morning started this week with spilled coffee.

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Fried calamari after the school concert.

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We tried to draw things while closing our eyes and other people had to guess what we were drawing.  Oh, the games we play while waiting for our food at restaurants!

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Cooper’s been into drawing the past few weeks and I AM LIVING FOR IT.

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Afternoon in my garden. My Everyday Life: Week 15 on Shutterbean.com

Finding a plant in the old oak tree.  Life happens after death.

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The time of day when I feel my Mom’s presence most in our yard.

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Our wisteria is popping.

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Speaking of plants- new favorite book alert!

Wild at Home by my friend Hilton!

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Rosie is wild at home.

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My friend Emma came over for an art play date this week!

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We made melted crayon art!

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It was so good to spend time making things!

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I did kitchen spring cleaning this week. Boy, did my kitchen need it!

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So much pollen all over my car!

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Cat shadows.My Everyday Life: Week 15 on Shutterbean.com

I now own a yellow fanny pack. My Everyday Life: Week 15 on Shutterbean.com

They ate this. I ate a salad.

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Instant pot black beans are my new favorite thing.

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I bought myself flowers.

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Young buck with fuzzy antlers!

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Working with this spread in my bullet journal. 

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HOORAY!!! I DID MEAL PREP THIS WEEK!

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My Japanese maple got all of its leaves this week! Zen garden is so green right now!

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I put a MAKE MAGIC sticker in my Etsy shop this weekend. Grab one!

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Week 15 in 2018

Week 15 in 2017

Week 15 in 2016

Week 15 in 2015

Week 15 in 2014

Week 15 in 2013

Week 15 in 2012

Week 15 in 2011

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  • Janine

    I JUST picked up my copy of Sabrina’s book Spilling Open off my bookshelf for a flip through. I remember being so excited to buy that book in college. It’s still beautiful and truthful and inspiring. So neat to see her here on your blog, a little spooky timing as I havent thought of her in a LONG time. Thanks universe! How’d you two meet?

  • Christina C

    Curious how you make your black bean? My daughter loves beans and I would like to make these for her.

  • Lisa

    I second this!!

  • Susan

    Cover the rice? (I may have missed it, of course)

  • Ellen W

    I think my mom had that Mary Alden cookbook at some point – I love looking at vintage cookbooks from the ’50’s and ’60’s. There was a Betty Crocker entertaining cookbook which was a great peak into suburbia culture 50 years ago.

  • Toni

    I would love to hear more about the Instant Pot black beans.
    I love these Week in Review posts. I’m so glad that you still post them 🙂

  • JO

    Can we see the black bag in the top of your photo of all your stuff when you were off to teach please?

  • Judi

    I always enjoy your everyday life in pictures. You have an amazing eye. How fun that you and Emma had a craft date! I’m always on the hunt for fun crafts to do with my niece and nephew. The fingerprint art looks perfect for them. Any chance you’d be willing to do a few posts on the crafts you do with children? The Valentine’s crayon art was a favorite Thanks so much for your inspiration.

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