wet paint

I have a soft spot for artists because my Mum is one. Looking for some art infused bridal party gifts? Or a little something to spoil yourself with? Check out the stunning items at Swarm – handmade in Amsterdam from oil canvases found in Dutch markets, antique stores, and French homes, and crafted into the […]

blue and white china

The technique of cobalt blue decorations seems to have come from the Middle-East in the 9th century through decorative experimentation on white ware. Cobalt blue pigments were excavated from local mines in central Iran from the 9th century, and then were exported as a raw material to China.The blue-and-white technique was fully developed in China with porcelain […]

an ode to y’all

Y’all: contraction for ‘you all.’ Plural. “I am proud to be from the South – where tea is sweet and accents are sweeter; summer starts in April, front porches are wide and words are long, mac and cheese is a vegetable, and pecan pie is a staple. Y’all is the only proper pronoun; chicken is fried […]

date my brother

Tall (6’3 to be exact), handsome, twenty-something, Air Force pilot. Likes gourmet cooking, fine wines, poker nights, traveling, and kittens. Treats his mother right. Remembers birthdays. Seeking single, fun, female who enjoys the outdoors, cozy movie nights by the fire, ski trips to Vail, upscale dining, winters in Minot, and summers in Guam. Has plane. […]

hanbok

Hanboks are traditional Korean dresses with simple lines and striking colors usually worn for festivals and ceremonies. Korean designers are creating ‘fusion fashion’ by veering away from traditional vibrant hues in favor of western whites (Hanbok Lynn is perhaps the best known of them all). Either way, I love them. photo credits: hanbok, towel, soap, […]