- This was my coffee table for the month of June. I decided that I’m going to make sure that I update my coffee table books each month. I know that I’m especially going to enjoy this during the fall and winter. BUT, I love books, and I lived for nearly a year with all of my pretties in storage, so I’m going to keep them out where I can enjoy them!
- My coffee table books for June were The Wes Anderson Collection, and The Art of Inside Out. I’ve always loved Wes Anderson, and since I spent most of my college years in child psychology and child development classes, Inside Out means a lot to me. So naturally, when these books came out…I had to have them.
- It’s 8 a.m., and Trey is still asleep. I’m going to leave for work in a few minutes, but I’m having a slow and quiet morning. I hope to make sure that I have more of these. I almost always wake up around 7, which is interesting because I was born around 7 a.m. Coincidence? Probably.
- Trey makes his own cold brew, and I’m grateful for that. We don’t have to buy coffee as often, and everything he makes is just so, so good. One of my favorite dishes is his sweet potato and bacon hash. It’s healthy-ish, and sweet, and spicy, and bacon filled, and just so good.
- I am selling some clothes on Ebay, so let me know if you’re interested and I’ll send you a link! I plan to add more in the next few days, but there’s brands like Billy Reid, Madewell, J.Crew, GAP, and soon there will be more.
- I love that there are so many crepe myrtle trees around Birmingham. They always make me think about my grandmother. She and my grandfather have them lining their driveway, and I’ve spent many summers drawing pictures beneath them with sidewalk chalk. I love how the petals cover the ground after it rains, and if my grandmother’s soul were to have a color…it would probably be bright fuchsia. She is so vivacious, and free spirited. She has probably never asked permission for anything in her entire life, and I’m not sure that I’ve ever heard her genuinely apologize for anything. We all have an ongoing joke (though it’s 100% serious) that if two or more people gather, she will find them and see what they’re doing. It doesn’t matter where you are or who you are, she wants to be there, too. She is independent, and one of a kind.