comfort and joy

"the time has come the walrus said, to talk of many things." -lewis carroll

this weekend we made sweet potato scones and fish tacos. we hung our wreath strung with lights. we took afternoon naps and i started on a few homemade gifts. we ate cake with butter and almonds before bed. we saw this movie which was full to the brim with adventure.


this mixtape(thanks c&a)//these photographs//this artist//"gentlemen, to bed!"

16 comments:

  1. your weekend sounds pretty yummy, i'm a bit jealous. x

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  2. That scene from The Trip! So good. Scott and I often do the Michael Caine bit to each other - it's kind of addicting.

    Happy Holidays!

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  3. lovely. this is great. i love following your days via instagram.... in a non-creepy way :)

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  4. I always adore the photos of you two. They are just perfect portraits. Your hometown looks so pretty all covered in white. Here we are sitting in the shade in cafes or under the tree in the park to avoid the heat. Wishing you a wonderful week.

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  5. Wow ... that photo is gorgeous.
    Sounds like a weekend to me.

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  6. so much snow for you, already. you two look cozy though, together.

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  7. just want to remind you that your blog is perfectly beautiful and peaceful and full of love.
    and that's why i keep coming back.
    xoxo

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  8. Sounds like a really fun weekend. Your blog is my new favorite!

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  9. Fish tacos are the best. Lovely pic, too.

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  10. you two looks sooo cozy in that picture! good thing cause its so cold here... brr!

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  11. This is such a great photo of the two of you!

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  12. all sounds lovely and looks of a winter wonderland.

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  13. what a gorgeous, inviting photo. and what a perfect weekend to go with it.

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  14. that picture of you two is so lovely; how lucky you both are. gorgeous blog :) xx

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  15. Thank you for reminding me that I need to, once more, go back to writing about the small details of my days. Also, your photography is gorgeous. Somehow I lost my grandpa's old film camera during one of my moves. (I swear it's at my mom's, but apparently I'm wrong.) Your pictures make me want to drive all the way to Delaware to dig for it! They're so intimate and magical.

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