This week was ruled by long hours at work and flannels to combat the unseasonably chilly weather. I’m happy to be celebrating the small things with you today as we begin a new week. The Jemima’s crate that holds all of our winter accessories,… Read More
A cherished heirloom. This handmade dreamcatcher from the students at St. Joseph’s Indian School, sent to me in thanks of for contribution as a pen pal This lovely bunch of Farmer’s Market flowers that Sawyer picked out for me. This absolutely stunning mug, created by local… Read More
I apologize forthwith for the amount of cat/cat paraphernalia that this week’s photomontage has in store for you… Living with two cats in a tiny apartment has all of its wonderful moments, as well as its trying ones, but it also has a lot of… Read More
After our trip to Philadelphia last week and the downpayment I put on our new apartment there, I was left short of pocket money that I usually like to spend at the Burlington Farmer’s Market on lazy Saturday afternoons. Despite my lack of fresh local flowers… Read More
It was a big, wonderful week for us from Philadelphia to Burlington! Here are some of the highlights: This carpet bag packed for adventure. Our new mail & key holder bedecked with beautiful flowers from The Painted Tulip (and folk art painting by Rita Masso).… Read More
Being a minimalist doesn’t mean that you detest having things. On my minimalist journey – in fact – I’ve found that the things I do have are the things I love. These beloved commodities are the ones I want to share with you.
This mid-morning glass of local Strafford Organic Creamery chocolate milk (not to mention the bucolic glass bottle).
This lovely notepad & terrarium space.
This elegantly-framed watercolor painting by Sawyer’s grandfather and renowned architect, Louis “Grumps” de Moll.
This understated package for my mom this Mother’s Day.
These simple illustrations by local Vermont artist Jess Polanshek, hung in our kitchen.