Create (a life): Middle of the Week

By freshlyplanted - 6:40 AM

Middle of the Week
Middle of the Week
Middle of the Week

Hello friends! This middle of the week finds me...

...enjoying this little bud vase, a recent gift for Cory as he finishes his school year. Not only did he really like it, but I get to see it daily too. Win, win.

...thinking more vases should have feet. Aren't they sweet?

...spending more time outdoors than in, soaking up this gorgeous sunshine. 

...proud of the big sister that Isia is becoming. Yesterday she asked me if they could both have bananas, then got them all by herself & peeled them before giving him his.

...happy that Billy can keep up with her these days, it's pretty much his full time job!

...blown away by how cool it is to see your children become friends. 

...admiring my fabric project pile: a vest in need of buttons, a half-way sewn dress, a basket half-mended, another basket in progress... I have some catching up to do! 

...trying to work on my paper pile too. Somehow shuffling it around isn't actually depleting it (ahem).

...creating our summer soundtrack, with lots of 

...looking for some new music to add- 
What are you listening to these days?

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  1. Mumford and Sons, Of Monsters and Men, Alt-J, Apache Relay, The Civil Wars, The Avett Brothers...and lots more. Those feet on the vase are adorable. Happy Spring :)

    1. Melissa, you're going to become my go-to for books, knitting & music- you do realize that, right? I recognize & love a few of those, and am excited to get acquainted with the rest. Thank you for sharing, my summer just got even better! ~Cassidy

    2. Ha! That could get you into trouble! You realize that don't you? :)

  2. So lovely! I think that bud vase is adorable.

    Isn't it wonderful to watch your children become friends. Such a gift.

    Wishing you a delightful day!

    1. Jennifer, Yes, definitely a gift! It's been so much fun to see your girls enjoy each other too, so sweet :) ~Cassidy

  3. I am digging your photography these days, Cassie!

    My children are friends and that is something I must admit I am very proud of, and you should be too. I do not see it that often in the real world. In the virtual one, yes, because I think I am drawn to people with similar values. But in our neck of the woods? Our kids definitely stand out. We hear it every time we are out & about.

    Fiona Apple, Jack Johnson, and Lenny Kravitz (older albums). On heavy rotation.


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