A beautiful bench with a view in Sausalito, California
Collecting seashells on our unseasonably warm Saturday in Colonial Beach, Virginia
Breakfasts during the work week consist of Greek yogurt, fruit and cooling coffee hastily consumed at my desk. But on the weekends? I’m all about oatmeal with fresh fruit, a hint of nutmeg and cinnamon, and some chopped pecans. And coffee, natch. No negotiations.
Soaking up a rare Sunday night to myself with some cocoa, a favorite candle and back episodes of “Revenge” while catching up on scarf orders. A recipe for coziness — and happiness! I’m linking up with Twosday, a weekly tradition of sharing two fun shots on Tuesdays, over at Twentieth Street today. Feel free to … Continue reading Twosday: Warm and cozy
Sometimes I like my weekends with a dash of history — and this was one of them. As soon as I got wind that we’d see temperatures climbing past the 60-degree mark on Saturday, I began pestering Spencer to make plans. I wanted to go somewhere different! New! Exciting! Somewhere I could take pictures! I … Continue reading Where Washington was born
Last weekend was beautiful. Really beautiful. Not like winter at all here in Maryland, with abundant sunshine and temperatures in the 50s and a glorious hunt of spring to come. (In six more weeks, apparently.) When we ran out Sunday to complete a Craigslist transaction (always nerve-wracking, but we meet folks in very public locations … Continue reading Bargains and a barn