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A rundown of what we’re doing, watching, reading, coveting.
Now every other Thursday. All linked here.

Side by side stills from our lives, this week at the lake and snuggling on the couch.

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A rundown of what we're doing,
watching, reading, coveting.
Here's what's got our attention this week.
  • Griffin and Louise have been playing this new favorite game nonstop. It’s cute and fun and doesn’t take a long time to play. It says ages 8+ but I’d say more like 5+ if there’s some help with simple math. 

  • I’ve been taking a lot of photos of clouds lately. It’s something I’ve always done on airplanes to help calm my nerves (it’s the best non-medicine coping method!), and I realized that it’s having a similar effect these days on land. Apparently I’m not alone. There’s even a whole cloud society that was beautifully documented in the NYTimes last year. We’re all leaning into the simple everyday things that we appreciate more now that our lives have slowed down, and clouds in the sky, wherever I am, has definitely become one of those things for me. 

  • If you asked me if I follow any florists on Instagram, I’d probably pause and shrug. Maybe? I appreciate the artistry of floral design, and I of course always appreciate receiving flowers--best treat ever! I just don’t seek it out as a source of inspiration. I'm drawn more to foliage in its natural habitat. But I recently stumbled upon the Melbourne-based flower shop, Flowers Vasette that changed that. I was drawn in immediately. I love the graphic quality of the arrangements, the sometimes surprising scale, the combo of wild and restrained that they do so well. They even changed how I feel about roses! Always so happy when these images pop up in my feed.

  • Hand washing is obviously ever present these days, and India was recently gifted these sweet little soaps. She immediately wanted to open the unicorn one and has been washing away to get down to her toy. The best part of them is they’re relatively small so they not only fit perfectly in her hands, but they also wear down to the surprise pretty quickly -- we can already see little bits of it poking through--only further encouraging her washing  !

  • This podcast is a very good (frustrating) and important listen.

  • A friend recently asked Liz and I if we had any pretty cake stand sources, I looked at some of my go-to sources for home and kitchen, and of course, Food52 has a great range at pretty reasonable prices. They really always come through with great product curation.