DELECTABLES: Cherry-Picked for Wonder and Revitalization. Soul Food and Spa. A Breath of Fresh Air with vitamins and other thought-provoking nourishment.
This begins a new series I’m calling Delectables. They are a collection of what I am absolutely loving right now. Bookmarks I’ve saved in the notes on my phone. Random blog posts I’ve stumbled upon that made my day brighter. Music that echoes my own heart. Books I’ve recently finished. And more! Continue reading
I like the sound of the dishwasher, sloshing in its rhythm.
A yellow flame slowly melts copper wax, sending wafts of warm caramel apple cake into the air. Candles always seem like they belong in these months most. When everything burns, bright and bold, and then is suddenly swept away by all that is cold and still. Continue reading
I have nothing against little orange pumpkins. They start showing up near the entrances to most stores, and I get all excited that autumn has officially arrived. Including these in any fall decorating going on at my house automatically makes September that much more Continue reading
As promised, here is the latest Coffee Shop Tourist post from my list of favorite places that supply me with wonderful vanilla coffee beverages (others include Writing in Coffee shops and Baffled.) Continue reading
Today was a ‘Berry’ day in terms of color on the side of the spectrum that makes up pretty shades of pink and red. This is specifically referring to what I happened to be wearing and/or accessories I got, and I didn’t realize they were all so similar until later. Continue reading
For some reason I have never known the name of my favourite flower. Weird, I know. It’s come up before over the years, when someone will ask what my favourite is and I’d have to say I didn’t know. And after said conversation I would always resolve to look it up online as soon as possible so that this question could be resolved. However that never happened. I always forgot. And this cycle would repeat over and over.
Until today. I happened to see a picture online and went ‘That’s it! That one. I like that one.’ And the caption helped me out a bit. Continue reading