My Everyday Life Week 38

Here’s what this past week looked like- My Everyday Life Week 38

My Dad likes to tease me that I am becoming a farmer.  He’s not wrong. 


My first BIG tomato. These are orange brandywines. I really didn’t have high hopes for this one because the temperature was too hot some days this Summer that a bunch of the blooms just fell off.

Brought it in. Sliced it up.

Made Casey a bagel & lox sandwich with it!

Saw the sun peeking through.

WOW! I was glad I was outside to see this. Thank goodness for fresh air!


Cannot handle it.

Why are they so cute when they’re looking down?

Watched planes fly around Petaluma.

Ella light.

Sometimes I feel like a ghost in my house. I think it’s because I grew up in it.

I’ve never seen morning glory this color.

One of my favorite kitchens to hang out in.


Splayed out!

My bougs are thriving.

And then another lady goes up.

Lines and colors.

A potato salad with arugula.

Cleaned up my spice cabinet!

Now I can breathe!

Added some pink to some of my dishtowels.

These are my current favorite colors.

Made some pizza dough and grilled pizzas!


My child saves the crusts and eats them last. It tortures me.

Cooper had his annual physical. It’s so weird being in a doctor’s office!

Afternoon tea.

Trash panda (cat).

Put some fried rice into the mix this week along with some cracklin chicken.

Pulling cards and journaling to ground.

Went to my Dad’s house. His girlfriend made a yummy eggplant parmesan. 

I stood in my Mom’s bathroom and looked at her towels.


Absolute unit.



In my bag- The Art of Psychic Reiki

I know I am a healer.

So is this boy!

My Everyday Life Week 38 in 2019

My Everyday Life Week 38 in 2018

My Everyday Life Week 38 in 2017

My Everyday Life Week 38 in 2016

My Everyday Life Week 38 in 2015

My Everyday Life Week 38 in 2014

My Everyday Life Week 38 in 2013

My Everyday Life Week 38 in 2012

My Everyday Life Week 38 in 2011

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  • Pam

    Thanks so much for always being upbeat, interesting, and for suggesting the most interesting projects. I eagerly wait for your emails.

  • Kristy

    Please tell us more about how you make those fabulous dishtowels!!

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