Oh Happy Days

1.27.2015



The highlight of today was seizing the opportunity on a gorgeous afternoon to walk to campus for a meeting.

image via Camille Styles
Well, that stacks up second to my first published post on Camille Styles! Check out the feature on Gather & Feast for our 'Entertaining With' series.

I spent most of yesterday learning the ropes at my other office on 6th Street, GSD&M.

Sunday mornings, sans schoolwork, are becoming my new favorite day of the week -- especially when spent at the new Houston Whole Foods brewery brunch bar (plus pomegranate mimosas, please!)
At Sunday mass, the priest noted a French poet's work in his homily. I found it fitting for my New Year's Resolution (see post below) and fascinating enough to share. It's called, "Come to the Edge" by Guillaume Apollinaire. He writes,
"Come to the edge."
"We can't. We're afraid."
"Come to the edge."
"We can't. We will fail!"
"Come to the edge."
And they came.
And he pushed them.
And they flew. 

The day before that, I wrapped Liv's belated birthday gift after lunching at a tried-and-true Houston spot, The French House. Never have I ever ordered anything but their chicken salad. 


Liv gifted me last Friday by curating this beautiful bar cart which has lived an empty life in our front entryway for far too long. 


Thursday, I got glossed for a photo shoot. Details next week! 


Wednesday morning, mama made these mini dill frittatas for breakfast.


Tuesday, my mom and I built this chest. I styled the top as a tribute to some of my favorite places with my most recent south Texas deer, vintage French luggage tags and a New York skyline straight from a street artist. 


Monday, I met an old friend, Amy Fry, at a new food find. Kraftsmen Baking in Houston's Heights neighborhood has opened their warehouse doors for breakfast, lunch and just recently dinner too. 


Though I had coffee with my salmon and lox bagel, I'm tempted to return just for the BYOB mimosa deal. You bring the sparkly stuff; they supply the fruity stuff. 


 The day before, I had a day at the museum with my dad and mom.


That night before, Evan ran the cash register and wrote me a receipt for the toy trucks I purchased from his shop--open late on Saturdays!

And the day before that, I posted about this week, which was also filled with all sorts of good things and great people.

Moorea Seal Mon Cahier Daily Planner // The {well} studio prayer journal for the Dreamer + Doer
Seems like I've always got a lot to be thankful for. Thank you for letting me share!


6 comments:

Lauren Samford said...

Congrats on the job, I can't wait to start reading your articles!

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Claire Groff said...

Sounds like you have been a busy lady! Congrats on the internships and thank you for making me salivate over all of these yummy looking food pictures..... :)

Annie Tucker said...

bahh i'm late to the game! heading over to CS now to read you're post! big stinking CONGRATS from me!

what a fabulous week you had missy! this post resembled a little bites of my life i might add, which i love!

more deats on the photo shoot now please!

very jealous of your bar cart, for that will be one of my first post-college house purchases!

such a thankful life you live! happy rest of the week friend!

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Ashley said...

I really like your pictures. You're good at capturing the beauty in everyday life...I admire that!

Olivia Turgeon said...

Okay you are the cutest