Saturday, September 25, 2010

Devotion to good~

"Yoga is the promise you make to yourself. You go to the Yoga mat because of all the things you have ever been, and the experiences that shape who you are and who you want to become. You come to the mat every day to keep your promise to yoga and, in keeping that promise, you infuse the future with hope." and then "Always, the universe will give you what you ask for. So seek the highest, in every moment. Sometimes change happens in leaps and bounds, but most of the time, it is a step-by-step process of cultivation and growth. Learning to maintain positive growth, to hold the change, to keep the promise is far, far harder than simply having good intentions." Christina Sell.

Monday, September 20, 2010

Is this called "Cheating"?

These modern beauties just found their way into my inspiration files.

Saturday, September 18, 2010

art from Deb~

I told my mom I'd take pictures of the artwork she got me for Christmas a looong time ago, I didn't.

Nevermind the Anthropologie bag on the table... (what? I had a bad day last week)... and try not to focus on the computer on my dining table.
soon it will have a new home on a desk right here. It should be coming in the next couple of weeks.

Just got this...

new furniture is fun.
still working it out.

but I love the crate- it's made from reclaimed pine and reclaimed hardwood.

This is my favorite part. Hubs found this cute bird's nest in our satellite dish on Thursday and had it waiting on my new cart when I got home from school. Perfect end to a horrible him.

I. Love. Lamp.

I've made a habit of taking anything I don't want,

to Emilie Jane, a local consignment store. I've taken all kinds of things.

I've been looking for a lamp lately- I budgeted $300 to find THE ONE.

But I found this sweet little lamp at Emilie Jane.

and I got it for free, with my some of my store credit.

A new one of these and I think it will be perfect ~

New to the "Wish List"

Tyan, do you remember that sweet lady who ran the phone booth in Castigleon?

She was from Morocco.

And so are these.

With Love from Morocco~

How far we've come

You remember this...

No, it's not winter grass. This is May!

Hubs did such a great job with the lawn this summer- after putting in three new sprinkler lines, re-seeding the entire yard, $200 worth of weed killer and fertilizer and re-doing all the sprinklers in the flower beds, we have some really nice grass.

And I'm really grateful for all that spinkler work because it enabled me to have lots of fun planting pretty flowers.

And nothing can beat the view from our door step- loving Utah summers~

Be well.