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  • One of my favorite aspects of autumn is the return of panini-pressed sandwiches. Made this turkey, Jarlsberg, Mojito slaw (cabbage & mint), and quince chutney (with fruits from my mom's quince bush) number today. Best enjoyed on the patio as autumn foliage drifts down from above.
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  • #tbt There is a part of my being that will always want to be where ferries are present. #writedoebay
  • One of the best aspects of all of these picnic photo shoots has been spending time with people I love. I sure do have some wonderful people in my life. Love you, buddies! Shown here: Meg Carswell Reilley (an exquisitely gifted photographer), Alisa Carswell Reilley (an incredibly talent graphic designer), @fernworks (a jewelry designer of abundant creativity), and @killaspro (a coffee connoisseur and all around funny guy).
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  • I love what I do. That includes staging a
  • He may be a newly minted 4 year-old, but he still has a round baby nose and says things like
  • Hot dogs for the birthday boy at Montreat Park (from Foothills Meat), as requested.
  • Montreat. Amazing every day of the year, especially today, on Huxley's birthday.
  • On the eve of his 4th birthday, being the wild gnome that he is. My one and only.
  • Out on the patio. Definitely looking, and feeling, like autumn today!
  • One week ago today, Huxley, @glennbenglish, and I boarded a ferry and left our
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What I’m Digging

Happy Friday, friends! We had the most amazing thunderstorm last night. As I snuggled in with Huxley to go to bed, all I could hear was the soft rumble of thunder in the distance and a serenade of raindrops. My favorite way to drift off….

Here’s a smattering of this’s and that’s that caught my attention this week:

*Absolutely stunning blend of music, dance and passion.

*Great granola tips.

*Cordwood hits the mainstream.

*I adore Alys Fowler and her lavender shortbread in rainy England.

*Love this glimpse into Hannah’s studio (check out her newest pieces, too; they look like cicada wings!).

*Peaches, peaches and more peaches!

We’re throwing an ice cream social here tomorrow. It’s part of the new book and I’m so excited to spend today making toppings, sauces and, of course, the main attraction, ice cream (I’m thinking Blackberry Mint). Also, Stacy‘s in town from Seattle and is making a trip out to the cove today to say “Howdy!”

Wherever you go this weekend, whatever you do, and whomever you do it with, may it be grand!

*For any of you new to the site, each Friday I post a photo of Huxley, ‘cuz he’s what I dig the most!

2 Responses to What I’m Digging

  • jen says:

    that video is awesome. when i dance, that’s what i imagine i look like though in reality i probably look more like elaine benes. :)

    an ice cream social! how fun! i cannot wait for your new book. I’m going to get my pie on.

    happy friday!

  • Such a sweet photo! what a great collection of toys.