Friday Bits

I’m not quite ready yet to respond to my previous post and your wonderful, unbelievable support until I have more things to share, probably next week. So for now we carry on with life as normal. Some goodness on the web this week, a great distraction.

1. Pistachio pumpkin bread with honey butter and sea salt. Do I need to describe why that sounds so delicious? I can’t remember how I stumbled across this, probably Pinterest, where I fear to tread lately.
2. These tiny Twin Peaks dioramas by boxartig are pretty much incredible. via TeenAngster.
3. Baggu leather!
4. File under: replicate this exact trip, please. via Lena
5. A vintage camera ordered from Japan containing a roll of previously undeveloped film from the 1940’s. What a magical discovery.
6. I just love this simple, lovely post from Jennifer titled “Morning Light“. I think you know why.

Have a wonderful weekend, friends.


  1. says

    Sending you both enormous, loving Brooklyn hugs and hoping for positive news from MediCal. Girl, we’ve got your back. And if I lived about 3,000 miles closer I’d bake that magic pumpkin bread and bring it over right quick, plus a tall-ass bottle of Makers for a round of Jaipur juleps.

    Hug him tight. xo.

  2. says

    oh man, i can’t handle this. screw my planned Europe trip, i seriously need to get myself to the states. California looks so amazing!

    have a great weekend kate!

  3. says

    The leather bag á la shopping style in your Friday bits is great. My long term favourite however is one from Nyström Stockholm (their site is unfortunately being under construction). Their bags are made out of the best leather; soft and still strong. I love my red one I got from my husband years ago. You can see an example of the Nyström Stockholms bags here:

  4. says

    Oh my goodness! I love teeny tiny things! Seriously. I have blog feature on blog devoted to it! :) Thanks for sharing! Happy weekend!

  5. says

    You amaze me. Such choice selections. I can’t imagine what life is like for you guys. (0) is that a hug? I hope so! Plus, know that a great childhood friend of my partner’s had the same illness, and has gone on to have three exceptional children, a successful landscape architecture business, and a fantastic life. So will Will. Stay positive, and look up a book called “The Food Doctor”. xoxoxoxo

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