Archive for summer
There is more to life than blogging regularly.continue reading "Wednesday"
A new playlist for you to listen to: It’s that feeling of impending autumn. Mellow and contemplative. A little windy. Cloudy. And yet not quite the end of summer.continue reading "The Breezy Sounds of Late Summer"
It’s a new Summer playlist, along with a bit of Photoshop fun. Come have a listen and a look!continue reading "Windows Down Volume Up"
Some days it’s all about appreciating the little things.continue reading "Lazy Sunday Afternoon"
Just a little taste of my days lately. Ice cream, Fourth of July hot dogs and sparklers, a dip in my parents’ pool… I’ve been working hard these last few weeks, but also making sure to remember not to work *all* of the time. How are you summering these days?continue reading "Summering"
A little unexpected after-school follow-the-string fun for the first day of summer vacation.continue reading "Treasure hunting"
Wherein I visit the library, get a pile of cool books to show you, and use them to segue into thoughts about my new approach to screen time this summer.continue reading "Reading, and thoughts on Summer screen time"
I visited the farm, made some delicious ice pops, and took about a million photos of the process (because cooking is so much more fun when there’s a camera in one hand and a wooden spoon in the other).continue reading "Saturday in June"
One of the things that was waiting for me upon our return from the Boston area last Thursday was a book I had requested from the library: People’s Pops: 55 Recipes for Ice Pops, Shave Ice, and Boozy Pops from Brooklyn’s Coolest Pop Shop Nearly all of the recipes in this book follow a formula: fresh […]continue reading "Watermelon Cucumber Slushies"
In theory I am an open-windows kind of girl. I love falling asleep next to one, waking up next to one, going about my day feeling the cross breeze throughout the house… if it were practical, I would live with the windows wide open all day, every day throughout the summer. In practice, though, it […]continue reading "Breakfasting in the untamed outdoors"