“This year is gonna be all about time and discovery. From places to faces, there will be no wasting time in meaningless stuff. 2014 will be full of new challenges and new adventures with people that matter most to us.” – Artful Desperado
In case you missed our instagram announcement last Friday, we’ve been quietly preparing ourselves for one of our biggest adventures yet! That’s right. We’re expecting a new member to the family on August 18th, 2014 (13 years after we first started dating + 10 years after we were married!) and wanted to share the news with all of you. We’re just over the half way mark and everything has been going well so far (fingers crossed that this doesn’t come back to haunt me later!). Exciting + Crazy + Scary times ahead!
thanks to [stu-di-o] by jeanie for the image and lending us that red chair.
After spending the past two years on and off in the UK, this was the first time since 2010 that we spent summer in Vancouver (BC) and what a beauty it was! We also decided to only accept referals for weddings this summer, which meant that our weekends were free for Farmers Markets, estate sales, and spending quality time with family and friends. (pictured above clockwise – planning session, heirloom tomatoes, iced americano from Matchstick Coffee, and A’hoy goods in Deep Cove)
I had planned to start a series over here called ‘5 a day’ where I would post 5 images taken from the past week in one day. Most of the images would be from my phone though, as this is what I normally have handy. Thoughts? It would be similar to my ‘in the city‘ series from 2012 when we were living overseas and it would encourage me to get out and capture more snippets of the everyday.
Anyhow. Enough gabbing. Applications to the Got Craft? holiday show closed last Monday, so there has been a flurry of emails, worksheets, and gathering images for the upcoming look book and website update. It’s hard to believe it is already September, but I’m so excited for the Fall. It is my absolute favourite season! (pictured above – Monsieur Felix, one of the neighbourhood cats)