Happy weekend to you all. I hope everyone has had an event filled summer so far. I'm still dreamy from Lauren and I's trip to Washington and Oregon. I can not wait to share some images of the beautiful sites we walked through. I feel like I left a little piece of me on Orcas Island. It's a bit like summer camp. People's faces soften when you mention the island. It just has a little magic. I'm so grateful to Morgan and Erin for making us a part of their wedding week and Serena and Dan for opening up their home to us. Here is a nostalgic look at two strangers watching the moonlight dance on the water.1. Reading: The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweeden by Jonas Jonasson. Check out a review here. Two great things about this book: It's funny, and it reminds us the impact that just one small person can have on the world.
2. Creating: watercolor in plein air. This past week I got a chance to paint in the beautiful outdoors of Washington National Park. My painting was no masterpiece but it felt really good to draw upon real life for inspiration.
3. Dreaming: of a date night with Mike. Even though I've had a blast on my trip to the Pacific Northwest, it's nice just to sit on the couch and hold Mike's hand. I've missed him.
4. Inspired: by a Rad post in an inspiring blog. Wittyrental's recent blog post talked about fashion forward ladies and imagined what their spaces would be like. This post has really sparked something in me that I can't quite verbalize yet but I hope to soon.
Happy Sunday friends,