Tag Archive: Vintage

settling in

There is no way to romanticize upheaval. Some moves simply¬†go more smoothly than others. In our case, the minute we began loading the moving van, it was as though someone pushed a button… Continue reading

the more it snows …

Number Four and I were knocked over by stomach flu this week. It was grisly, so we won’t venture back there. Except to say that when my bout reached fever-pitch, Number Three’s friend… Continue reading

weekend roundup: toronto

The wind roared, the cold sunk into my bones, and it snowed. Really snowed, with flakes fluttering and twinkling on wild flashes of sun. It was a weekend for visiting family and traversing… Continue reading

mood indigo

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sip slowly

The temperature continues to soar, and so today was a day for moving utterly slowly. That is, with the exception of the hairy moments involved in teetering on the highest rung of an… Continue reading

off the clock

Welcome to my Wednesday weekend! A couple of days off, smack dab in the middle of the week while the working world spins madly on. I’ve been taking it down a notch, getting… Continue reading

nooks and crannies

Sometimes joy waits quietly for you in the places you see everyday, but forget to notice … photos by: bliss {in images}

tea and a boy

Number Four’s been given a get-out-of-school-free card today. He’s home nursing the remnants of an allergic reaction turned to a cold. We’ve eaten homemade breakfast sandwiches with too much bacon for him, and… Continue reading

hello, winter!

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Street View: The Discovered Work of Vivian Maier

Vivian Maier worked as a nanny for over 40 years, beginning in the 1950s. But her life’s work, it seems, was quietly dedicated on her days off to photographing human movement as it… Continue reading

roz repurposed

What glorious rabbit hole, you may soon ask, has 15-year-old Roz Peters emerged from to provide the vintage flair found on Clothes Cameras and Coffee? She’s miles deep in a fantastical style and… Continue reading

a book by its cover: Penguin turns 75

Scores of book lovers (and possibly a penguin or two) are celebrating Penguin Books 75th anniversary. From their lists of well-worn classics and contemporary titles, to their epic logo and signature font (Eric… Continue reading

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