Monthly Archives: September 2008


house envy

could I possibly love this home any more?
I picked up my neglected October issue of Country Living last night. I was in love when I came across this home tour from Granville, OH. I’m completely smitten with home owner Monique Keegan’s decorating and love for collecting. especially her love for laboratory glassware and science memorabilia.
{from country living}


good morning

I saw these amazing log bowls at Life and Limb this weekend, which by the way, if you haven’t been, is a wonderful shop filled with delightful interior plants and housewares. thanks to Joy for the link.
I also had the pleasure of meeting two Chelseas on Saturday. miss Chelsea of the uber cute style blog, frolic, and the equally as lovely Chelsea of Arugula Press. I also met the amazingly kind Denise of! so nice to meet you girls!
the rest of the weekend was spent relaxing as much as possible. I ate some amazing food, drank some delicious beer, bought myself some leg warmers and socks, and took time away from my computer which was very nice. but, it’s back to the grind today.
my 2009 calendar is in the works. if you remember my tiny calendar from 2008, you can be assured that this year is just as great, if not better. and quite possibly, a little unruly.


have you checked out the Seventy and Sunny blog lately? I updated it with some of our recent work. more updates soon.


photographer spotlight: adie faye altman

I mentioned that there would be a bonus photographer spotlight this week and today’s photographer is not only a really special one, but she’s such a cutie and truly inspiring. it’s always the tiniest things that inspire me. full of youth and innocence, she has definitely learned a lot from her lovely mother. I love her polaroids of every day things in her life. her name is Adie Faye. she loves her Polaroid named Polly. she is four years old. check out her polaroid blog, Adie love Polly.


what first sparked your interest in photography:
because I thought it would be a fun thing to do.what was your first camera:
polly the polaroidfavorite thing to photograph:
my friends and my baby sistersfavorite artist/photographer:
my mommymost memorable advice you’ve been given:
hold the camera still and frame the thing where you want it and oh, to take good care of pollyadvice you’d give starting or aspiring photographers:
hold the camera still, this is very importantfavorite color:
green and pink and brown and red.if you could eat only one thing:
pasta alfredo baby with extra cheese on itsomething you can’t live without:
wyken – my lovely bunnyon repeat from your headphones:
the lion sleeps tonight {by the tokens} and have you met miss. jones? {by robbie williams}what inspires you:
being outside makes me happy. that’s all.