Here we are less than a week until we’re into October, between acclimating my son to his first year of preschool and wrapping up summer I almost didn’t notice. One of the things I love about living somewhere that experiences all four seasons means changing out clothing wardrobes (goodbye shorts and summer dresses, hello sweaters
Who else is so excited to break out all their boots for fall? Literally, I had to wear mine as soon as we got a taste of cooler weather and this smock embroidery dress from Chicwish looked so cute with the boots. Lately I’ve been opting for more flat shoes and boots (or at least
A couple weekends ago we went to one of my favorite places to pick fresh flowers in the cutting fields. Ever since we moved to Pittsburgh, Simmons has been our go-to local farm. I like that it’s compact and easy to shop at, plus there are animals that the little ones can visit. If you’re
So this story starts with a meyer lemon tree I got for my dad some years ago for Father’s Day. I’m not sure why, but I was so stuck on the thought of getting him a lemon tree that year. I must have called a handful of different greenhouses to find one when that carried
I’m never one to wish away summer, in fact I’m happily soaking up every last bit of it while I can. I always say that I’d love to live somewhere warm and without winters. Right now, just the thought of my toddler starting his first time at preschool and the winter months creeping up is
The War of the Roses, a 3 decade long battle for a crown between 2 families that George RR Martin himself drew inspiration from when writing A Song of Ice and Fire, the book series behind Game of Thrones. Sparing you a history lesson, the white rose vs. red rose ultimately lead to the marriage
This is a bit of a late Tuesday post, but last night I was watching the finale of Riverdale on Netflix and I couldn’t turn my eyes to finish putting this together. Have you watched this show? Ok- so if you haven’t and are looking for a show to get into I highly recommend it.