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.

Comments

  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 http://www.nystromstockholm.com/ 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: http://shop.felestad.se/vaskor/skinnvaskor/decolte-skinnvaska.html

  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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