I’m at that point in my house cleaning where I spend 15 mins trying to find rubberbands in the places where I am convinced I store them.
"This has been my biggest project of 2014. I created artwork for glassware, printed the glasses by hand, styled tables, and arranged all bouquets and the hanging branch display. The list of what I contributed to the show goes by so quickly but took hundreds of hours - most of them in the last few days before the event. I was by no means the only person working long hours for this event. Kelly Fitzgerald of Society of Work handled all of the coordination and promotion, Sarah Ervin provided all material for styling and created displays for the photo booth and bar as well as moved all major furniture in and out of the building in the days surrounding the event… the list goes on. All photography credits go to Maura Friedman, my good friend who offered to take photos of the display on her lunch break before I was scheduled to dismantle everything. Kenneth Munoz spent hours filming and editing event trailers as well as the video included on my page. They were all incredible to work with as were the members of Society of Work who put up with days of distracting branch-hanging.
I love being a part of events like this. To be creative outside of a computer or camera screen is a great feeling and this project was so hands-on and fulfilling in a no-computers-needed kind of way.
I’m especially proud of the hanging display and the flower arrangements, the former being nearly impossible to capture on camera. They were so beautiful and atmospheric.”
Laura Henley - llhenley.com
thank you bb
True story: my first Instagram came from Tartine. I saved the drawing they used as our table number 😍🍞🍰💘
Bayside waffle coma. The embarcadero was the best tourist trap experience. I was really pleased to be trapped w waffles and chicory iced coffee. #embarcadero #sanfran #latergram #vscocam (at embarcadero)
"Dear little bird! See, Jo, how tame it is. I like peeps better than the gulls. They are not so wild and handsome, but they seem happy, confiding little things. I used to call them my birds last summer, and Mother said they reminded her of me busy, quaker-colored creatures, always near the shore, and always chirping that contented little song of theirs. You are the gull, Jo, strong and wild, fond of the storm and the wind, flying far out to sea, and happy all alone."
Louisa May Alcott, Little Women
the bank confiscated all my money for spending too much of it on sick remote controlled helicopters
My most-liked Instagram photos from the past 3 weeks.
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