The description said, "Llama in New York City, 1957".
I don't know why it cracks me up so much. It just does.
I came across this at Anthropologie.
I never before thought, "You know, I'd really love to have me a lace hoodie"
because who knew? But now I want one. It comes in blue too.
For reasons beyond my own comprehension, I've
been coveting garden rabbits for the past two or three years but haven't found the one.
I came across this one the other day and while I like him a lot, I haven't yet been able to commit.
Apparently I have some garden rabbit commitment issues that I need to work out.
Dogs vs. Cats
This just cracked me right up.
Because you know it's true.
Last Saturday afternoon we had a few hours of an off
and on snowfall that produced some of the biggest flakes I've ever seen.
There was really no accumulation
to speak of but it was beautiful to watch.
I've always found such a quiet peacefulness in falling snow.
by Nicole Krauss
I bought a few books for a dollar a piece at a thrift store awhile back and I started reading this one a couple of days ago. I'm over halfway finished and so far, I'd give it a thumbs up.
by John Green
I read this one on the Kindle Monday after seeing a quote
from it on Pinterest, "That's the thing about pain. It demands to be felt."
It's Young Adult Fiction but a beautiful (and tear-jerking) read.
Whimsy Motifs Top
Is there anything at Anthropologie I would not like to see
in my closet? (that's a rhetorical question, by the way)
This comes in five different colors and each color has
a different pattern on the back. LOVE.
I've been holding out on trying the Greek yogurt because
I just really didn't see me trading in my Yoplait for a yogurt with the thickness of sour cream. But I was wrong because Oikos has a new fan. The pineapple and black cherry fruit on the bottom are my favorites so far.
Song of the Week
For whatever reason, this has been the song I've listened
to the most this week. I love hearing Siri say, "O-kay.Let's.hear.Son.of.a.Preach-er.Man."
Play it, Siri!