Monthly Archives June 2009

Its in the Cards!

For those that know me or have previously seen my posts, I am a huge proponent of hand-written notes and cards. The digital age has allowed it to take mere seconds to send someone a birthday greeting or well wish via text, email or social media outlet. Facebook has eliminated some people’s desire to send Christmas cards with updates and photos of their fam...

Celebrating Dad

I need to take a break today and cherish my sweet, thoughtful, patient and kind dad. There is no one like him and I am so lucky to be his only little girl. The way he looks at and treats my mom after 34 years makes my heart swell! Dad would bring me a toasted bagel in bed every Saturday morning and sing "Hush little baby" when I was born. Not everyone is luc...
Another thing I love to notice on my trips is different style doorways. I find them so intriguing, often wondering where they lead and how old the door may be. I captured several unique doorways on my trip. Some led to churches, some led to gardens and others were a mystery. Each door is unique and inspiring....
At Long last the Bridal Bar Atlanta's website is up and the boutique is open! Its been a labor of love for Rebecca and team and TOAST is thrilled to be a part of it and start showing off the space to our brides! Tuesday we had an opportunity to mix and mingle with the talented vendors on board and it was so fun to visit with old friends and connect with new ...

European Flowers

One of my favorite parts of Europe is always the flowers! The flower markets on each corner, the window boxes of flowers adorning homes and restaurants, the sporadic gardens throughout the city, I just love stumbling across the bright colors. Here is a collection of images I took on my journey: Poppies in Poland, Pansies in Helsinki, Tulips in St. Petersburg...