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My coffee tin garden

Over the weekend, I worked on bringing some little, tiny plants to life. I gave little seeds and things a home deep inside a bed of soil in little tin can homes. I’m working on creating a reading corner in … Continue reading

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Flowers of the ocean | Monterey

Happy Friday. I hope you’ve enjoyed the Monterey photos this week. I get a little snap-happy, I know. But it’s just so pretty and looking through the pictures has me wanting to jump in the car and head back this … Continue reading

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And the sunflowers go boom

One good thing about the end of summer is all the sunflowers that burst after weeks and weeks of basking in sunshine. Almost a year ago, I wrote about our giant sunflowers here. They’re back again, but this time we … Continue reading

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Five Senses Monday

Happy Monday. I hope y’all woke up on time on this Monday after Daylight Savings. I think we’re all a little sleepy and quiet, but I’m pretty sure that’s normal for this one week of the year. Maggie and I … Continue reading

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Botanical garden in the city

When Maggie and I went to San Fransisco, we spent our last day walking through Golden Gate Park. Here a few shots from the walk and the Botanical Garden full of lush greens, mischievous squirrels and glutenous bees. It’s also … Continue reading

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Silence and cold water

last night was one of those nights i just needed to get away. only i couldn’t really go anywhere. the next best thing i could think of was sinking into a pool and being consumed by cold water and the … Continue reading

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A bus ride and a walk: a love story {12}

It doesn’t mater how many times you’ve mastered the MUNI, how many bowls of clam chowder you’ve consumed, how many sidewalk cups you’ve dropped spare change in or how much you’ve paid to live in a Tenderloin district closet — … Continue reading

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