Once in awhile two ideas come together to create something spectacular. Okay “spectacular” might be a little bit overkill but I was pretty excited. I finally had the perfect Halloween costume idea AND the perfect sewing pattern to make it! I have had the sewing pattern for the Lonetree jacket in my stash ever since … More a very scary DIY halloween
Well hello! Long time, no blog. October 1st seemed like a good time to finally get my act together and share our trip from last June. 😬 It’s taken me so long to gather my thoughts, upload all of our photos and videos, and… well… get over a very long first trimester full of morning … More eight days in Banff Canada
I am asked about once a week what new things have I sewed. And even more recently I was asked “do you not sew anymore?” And the truth is I am always sewing! Well… not exactly. I am always in my head sewing. Or at least creating ideas of things I want to sew, projects … More a baby blue party dress
Instead of attempting to create a witty title or intro to this blog post, I will instead just happily explain the reason my blog has been really silent lately: we are having another baby! And as opposed to Liam’s pregnancy that left me shouting to the universe “being pregnant is easy!” this pregnancy has me … More we’re having another baby!
Every year around this time, Charleston gets hot. Like really, really hot. So we escape to the mountains, always trying to find somewhere new to explore. This time we landed upon Blowing Rock, North Carolina. So the truth is, Thomas the train and Tweetsie Railroad is what brought us to Blowing Rock otherwise we probably … More a weekend in blowing rock, nc
This blog post will not be like most of the travel blogger posts you will see this summer. There will be no beautiful, jaw dropping scenery or National Geographic top ten bucket list items seen here. Because while some people are out there summering along the Amalfi Coast or backpacking through Europe, we spend our … More a day out with Thomas the Train at Tweetsie Railroad
Do you believe in fate? I don’t know if it’s because I’m getting older and my interests are changing or if Charleston is really stepping up it’s horticultural game, but this spring I’ve taken notice to how many different gorgeous blooms are here. I’ve been seeing these purple trees all around town and have been … More signs from the universe