a friend of mine is a judge for an oregon film festival and one of the movies he is reviewing is birth story: ina may gaskin and the farm midwives so i was able to watch it. the movie is so beautiful and moving, and i could watch it ten times over! i highly recommend it to anyone pregnant– actually to all women really, though i’m not sure where it will be showing or when it will be available to watch online.
we went to a wedding recently and there was a little baby girl dressed in the sweetest outfit from makie and atsuyo et akiko
beautiful beach day yesterday. iphone photos from jennifer sarkilahti.
i enjoyed this interview with yolanda edwards on cup of jo. i’ve admired yolanda’s work (for cookie magazine, martha stewart living, and her site momfilter) for years. i wonder sometimes what my life would be like if i had continued to work for full-time for big companies. in my mid-twenties i was working my way up as a textile and graphic designer and i was making more money than i do now. sometimes i miss the glamorous side of those jobs (especially the travel). mostly i love the freedom i have now and the varied work i do, but i wish i could lead parallel lives and try both!
i missed renegade because i was bedridden with an awful case of strep throat, so i was glad to see some photos here. i would have liked to see the beautiful soor ploom collection in person.
these sweet dresses from neen yo look like mini wiksten. via swoon & sigh, via coos & ahhs.
behind the scenes of a photo shoot for misha and puff from more & co.