Sunday, March 28, 2010


Proof that Alexis doesn’t dislike ALL kids. Just ones that aren’t as cool as Grace. Oh, and aren’t related.

Also, proof that she makes at-home-hair-dying look fierce.

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Park City

While visiting my mom and sister, we took a little afternoon trip to Park City. We meandered down the main drag and soaked up the character and charm of the numerous shops and restaurants.

Thursday, March 25, 2010


If I had a time machine I would travel back to 6 minutes before our planned departure for Utah. Because THIS is what happened 5 minutes before:

I would assure Grace that whatever she thought was worth running into the house to get was in fact NOT worth getting. Or... maybe I would just pull her aside for a hug and tell her how much I love her and how excited I was to be going on a trip to Mamaw’s. That way she would have never tripped on the doormat and smacked her chin on the doorstep. She would have never had to go to the Urgent Care and receive 6 stitches. She would have never had to visit the doctor in Utah to get 5 “pokes.” She would have never had to wear a band-aide on her chin for over a month. She would have never gotten this scar on her chin.

But alas, there is no such machine. So, we are left with the stories. And Grace, with that little scar.

Friday, March 19, 2010

JHB: Tempe Marketplace

It was back to one of my favorite venues to watch my hubby put on a show. I love each chance I have to watch him perform and feel truly lucky that he is forever mine.

Jamie and I showing off our red lips.

Grace and Andrea make silly faces.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Queen Creek Art, Craft & Vintage Show

The Duane Ellsworth Post 129 Extravaganza took place this weekend. I was once again joined by my cohort, Jamie. We had the creative challenge of putting our touch on a 10x10 horse stall and it couldn't have been more fun.

My sweet friend Tricia of Vintage Bliss was my neighbor and brought a wide selection of lovelies.

The beautiful and talented Minnie was another of my stall sistas. I snagged one of her darling tops for Grace to wear as a dress. To. Die. For.

I had the wonderful opportunity of meeting Katie of Blue Green Arts. She put such thought and creativity into her merchandising and was selling such cool stuff. I HAD to grab a sampling of vintage envelopes. (Hum, to whom shall I write?) Check out her Etsy shop here.

Last, but certainly not least, the SUPER stylish Heidi of Paris Montana set up shop out of her vintage trailer. What I would give for one of these babies.