It’s time for another monthly update on my Reading Log! August seemed to last exactly one month—it didn’t fly by, but it didn’t drag either. I read a few really good books, and now that Fall is almost here, I’m starting to get excited for the upcoming holidays. I can’t wait to visit and be… Continue reading Reading Log: August 2012
Most of the crafting projects I’ve worked on recently have been small tasks that I could complete in one day. I really enjoyed making the small projects for the blogiversary giveaway, and finishing the Road to Tennessee quilt that had been sitting in my UFO pile for so long. I haven’t been working on anything… Continue reading To Craft
What I Wore Wednesday! My motivation for wearing the clothes I own, finding new ways to mix and match outfits, and not wearing the same three things all the time! My goal is to keep a fashion diary for an entire year, and post each week’s outfits along the way 🙂 Old Navy striped top… Continue reading WIWW: August 19-25, 2012
A couple weekends ago, Sam and I headed to the Castro district for lunch. We didn’t plan ahead very well—as usual—but despite a few surprises, we enjoyed the day out. I don’t know much of the history of San Francisco (except for that earthquake in 1906 of course!) and I especially don’t know much about… Continue reading City Sights: Picnic Lunch in the Castro
I like making quilts, and the cats love to sleep on quilts. Cora is still Queen of the Couch, of course. And Tali is our little helper. So is Sam 🙂 It’s a win-win for everyone 🙂
Lots of themes going on in this post! I finally finished up my Road to Tennessee quilt, I got all philosophical, AND made a tutorial. But I promise to keep it short and snappy! Quilting Crimes I committed a couple quilting crimes while finishing this quilt, and I don’t even care! I used a sheet… Continue reading Quilting Crimes, UFO Symbolism, and a Cheater Binding Tutorial!
Last Saturday, Sam and I went to a Street Food Festival in the Mission neighborhood. It was pretty awesome—about five blocks jam packed with people, food trucks, food carts, booths, and some live music thrown in for good measure. Of course, we headed straight for one of the (several) Southern-style food trucks. While we… Continue reading City Sights: Street Food Festival