a simple sweet little arrangement for this friday. A $5 mixed bunch of sweet peas from the farmers market. I am lucky enough to have a farm that comes to our market which grows acres & acres of native flowers. So $5, a few snips from my rabbit-foot fern & a couple of “volunteers” from the tree on the corner of my block… its some sort of flowering thing and i cut just a few pieces that were still seeded.
I color blocked the sweet peas. I think this is a quick easy way to make an arrangement seem more purposeful and i enjoyed this lovely for the week.
On another note I am feeling quite itchy… itchy for change. Do you ever feel like that? I have lived in San Francisco for 5 years and im just feeling that restless feeling. I cant help thinking about the hundred other cities out there in the world with their own life and interesting little secrets and corners full of treasures and i would like to fly…………….
hope you all have flying weekends. SOS leaves for london today for an extended business trip and my brother arrives on saturday. It will be nice to see him. its been too long.
see you back here on monday.
just a few shots from a photo shoot a while back…….
a big thank you to the wonderful Stian Rasmussen for the photography! It was a fun few days of working together.
happy happy friday lovelies.
I cant help myself during daffodil season. They are just such a spectacular little bloom. As i mentioned in last weeks flower post , they remind me of the gardens and fields at my parents house – growing wild with daffodils and edelweiss at this time
Its supposed to rain so hoping these blooms will be cheery on an expected grey weekend.
tea from dreambox photography (pop on over to her blog to see more) was kind enough to share her photos of the wedding I did in point reyes station this past fall. Wanted to share some of her amazing shots and some more of this event and the flowers.
beautiful paperwhites. they are filling the house with a light perfume and livening up my kitchen windows. one is growing in a vintage jelly mold, the other in an old mason jar.