A Saturday

Bleubeird Vintage sometimes does posts where she takes a picture during each hour of the day.
So I tried it out.
My pictures are not nearly as beautiful as hers, but it was fun to do and record even the littlest moments of the day.
Here's how it went:
We woke up, ate some breakfast, got all dressed and make-upped for the day

and hit the garage sales.
We didn't find anything worth getting, but they're still fun to look at.

There was some guacamole and cookies for lunch. 
I am IN LOVE with these mint oreo fudge cremes.
We stash the whole package in the fridge to make the cookie perfectly crisp-- heavenly!
I wish they put more cookies in the package and didn't space them out so much.
And we talked to Nigel, who often feels neglected now that we have Ella, poor fish.

Adam had to go to work in the afternoon.

I made Ella model so that I could get pictures of her pocket that I sewed on her shirt.

Then we headed to Barnes and Noble to find a copy of Threads Magazine and see an illustration that I did for a pattern of Laura's that was featured in the magazine.
That's my illustration!

We meandered through the mall and Ella played with cars and trains.


We headed home and while Ella napped I attempted a sewing project that failed.

Then it was time for dinner: cheese bread, tomatoes, turkey, squash and pears for the eating champ.

And then our favorite bath time

She got in pjs and we checked the mail (a very exciting daily event)

 She drank a bottle and headed to bed at 7.
Which left me with free hands to do laundry and clean until Adam came home from work at 9:45pm.

The end.


  1. I love the pocket on her shirt! It's adorable. And you have the best furniture. Random, but true. ;)

    1. Thanks so much, Nicole! I can take credit for the pocket shirt, but not the furniture, it's my mother-in-law's! I agree, that she has wonderful taste though!

  2. Oh my gosh that is so cool about your illustration!! Congrats Annie!