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June 30, 2019

My Everyday Life: Week 26

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

We’re up early in the morning these days. I love watching the sunrise.

 

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A note on my house.

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Art on the TV.

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A lot of baseball games this week!

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A lot of family dinners/meals!

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Front yard progress.

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He’s the best.

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Pickled onions in progress.

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Bits of Santa Fe on my deck.

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Coffee here in the mornings.

It’s nice not having to race out of the house to make it to school on time.

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Yum.

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A batch of killer granola went through my kitchen.

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Maple Banana Bread turned into muffins.

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Ella welcomes you to the Boom Boom room.

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Life goes on.

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My Mother-In-Law sent me this Buddha. I think of her every time I sit outside.

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Pay attention to the little things.

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You’ll be rewarded!

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A delicious recipe coming soon!

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Watering my yard in the afternoon and morning gives me such pleasure.

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Both of them.

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One of them.

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Last minute dinner!

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Sausage in marinara with toasted bread and salad.

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Frozen peaches in bed while watching Netflix.

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Mornings here.

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In the back of an Uber with my niece.

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On the way to dinner in SF.

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Dali spotting.

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How we live without screens at the table.

WE LIVE!

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Proud mom moment.

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PRESTO PESTO.

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Lady day with my friend Emma!

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Rainbow around the sun!

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Fresh flowers.

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Friends help friends clean out each other’s fridges!

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Caught her mid blink!

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Trying not get sunflower seeds all over the place with my brother.

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I love when he plays first base.

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An apple or a flower?

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Breakfast with the horoscopes.

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Sometimes you need to stop on the side of the road to take pictures of flowers.

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In the thrift store— the page was opened to a button that said:

 

LIFE IS COMPLICATED. TAKE A LOT OF NOTES.

Amen.

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Finally, a blanket with colors that please me!!!!

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Artichokes left to flower.

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Finding light through very old palm trees with my brother.

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Busy bees are busy.

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The colors make me feel more alive.

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Nature is forever surprising me.

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Recalling chilhood’s past.

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I am forever spilling my coffee in the mornings.

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The Martins came over for dinner on Friday night! Was too busy entertaining to take photos.

Found this on my floor the next morning.

A sign of a good time, filled with love.

Jealous of her ability to sleep all day.

My bleacher pal, Brookie.

 

 

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Week 26 in 2017

Week 26 in 2016

Week 26 in 2015

Week 26 in 2014

Week 26 in 2013

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  • Kate

    I love when my son plays first base too!! He pitched some this year too and I HATE that. Way too much pressure. Love your pictures. Always.

  • Scarlett

    Aww, these pictures made me feel some serious nostalgia, in a bittersweet way. Beautiful as always, Tracy.

  • CKG

    Ooh do you have the TV that “turns into” art when it’s off? I’ve been eyeballing that… would you recommend? Seems WAY better than a turned off TV in the middle of a room.

    Beautiful photos as per usj, and snapshots of life and family.

    Happy July!!
    xo

  • Sina

    “We have about 8 summers left with him in the house” Whoa, that got me. It’s about 9 summers for us and our son… About three years more with our daughter, but still.
    Beautiful pictures of flora and fauna šŸ™‚ cats are so incredible, you can’t stop photographing them, right?
    Enjoy all of summer! We still have two weeks of school left and it’s super busy – we’re looking forward to summer break, camp and vacation.

  • Liv

    Hi Tracy!

    After seeing your sausages in marinara photo I immediately went out and bought sausages, marinara, extra butter to make garlic butter and then went to search for the recipe… Is it really that easy? Sausages baked in marinara? I cannot wait to make it!

    • Tracy

      Yes! Just cut them up, brown them, add marinara, then cheese and broil til cheese melts.

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