|"THE DETAILS ARE NOT THE DETAILS. THEY MAKE THE DESIGN." — CHARLES EAMES|
Happy Wednesday, m' dears! Where to begin? As you probably noticed, I took last week off from blogging to get life in order after visiting my parents for a few days. It was nice to purge closets, catch up on season two of Friends From College, and read my new art book. The downtime was great, but I was reminded that sitting at my desk in the afternoons to create here and there is still very therapeutic for me. With the time difference and shoddy Internet connection, most of our communicating with Flyboy is done by the time lunch rolls around. As a result, the remainder of the day can feel really long and quiet here. The peacefulness is nice, but this space fills my tank in a way that keeps things light and bright as possible. It helps me shift my focus from "HOW IN THE HELL ARE WE GOING TO DO THIS FOR FIVE MORE MONTHS?" to the goodness that surrounds me instead. Lately, happiness has come in the form of punchy spots of cerise paint, snow kisses from Beesly, listening to my dad practice his guitar (he's getting SOOOO good!), signs of Spring on the horizon (even if the weather app disagrees), a lip mask that I'm fairly certain I used incorrectly—but fun nonetheless, and an army of dinosaurs lined up on Maxwell's bedroom floor.
Enough from me. What details have you found delightful lately?
FEATURED DETAILS: RUGBY SWEATER // GUGGENHEIM BOOK // LAMP // VASE // PARKA // FACE MASK // LIP MASK