ever just feel like the world just needs to stop for a second
polished all the floors, scrubbed out the tub, did all my laundry, dishes, dusting, and cleaned up just about everything else today. managed to design a newsletter and schedule it, create invoices and send them, and write 70 escort cards. all in a day’s work. i hope it pays off in the next couple of days.
festiveness up in my house tonight. and it smells like pumpkin pie.
Appreciate what you have, who loves you and who cares for you. You’ll never know how much they mean to you until the day they are no longer beside you.
this guy turned another year older this week. i don’t know exactly how old, but i know it’s gotta be in the fifties by now. i wanted to ask my mom what year he was born but i think that for the first time ever, she forgot his birthday. so reminding her would put some sadness on her that she definitely doesn’t need. so dad, where ever you are in that desert, know that your little girl loves you, misses you, and wishes she knew what year you were born. maybe we will talk soon and i can ask. anyways, love.
i keep videos like this close by on a sad day. love these little muppets.
pretty little veggies…. sorry you all ended up being casualties in my attempt to create an omelet.
i totally can’t even comprehend the last 2 days! friday - an elopement for two beautiful people who invited us all to their table (the whole staff! even the packard driver!) for wine, food, and stories. happy clients for sure. and then, tonight, one of my favorite couples got hitched and it was another successful and incredible event. one of the coolest parts was that a guest bought ALL of my chalkboards. he wants to give them to the bride and groom as a gift, so we are shipping them to oregon next week. :) and then i somehow earned a $100 tip from a random guest, which was very kind and generous too. i got to leave work early (10pm is early for me) and got home in under 3 hours (also good time for my commute). anyway. gotta appreciate the good when it comes around. 3 more weddings left and the season will be over…
Audrey Hepburn in “My Fair Lady” dir. George Cukor (1964).