Archive for September, 2009
This is a very late post for me but the mister and I are both sick with colds. Bleh. I just wanted to keep it light today so here are a few highlights of my week.
I made this coleslaw all by myself and if you know me in real life you know that this is HUGE! It was super easy and my Pyrex bowl made it all the more fun.
Photoshoot fun. You can find this and all of the Night Owl Vintage Fall Collection in my etsy shop coming up this week.
Spotted this sign on Labor Day while we were taking a little road trip to an auction and some flea markets.
My momma sorting through pictures in her senior yearbook. 1969. I have been working on scanning lots of family photos so there will be more of these to come.
More vintage that will be in the shop soon. Found these and more (including some fake fur coats) at a huge antique shop on Labor Day. This place was vintage heaven! I wish I had some pictures of the actual store because it was impressive and there are no words to describe it.
And last but not least. Happy Birthday little brother! I hope your 21st is as good as your 1st!
Time to browse a few blogs, send some email and then settle in with some cold medicine and Rachel Zoe.
I’ve added a couple of items and will be adding the entire Fall 2009 Collection in the next week or so. Here is a sneak peek at what is coming soon…
How petite and cute is the new Diana Mini Camera?!? I received the original for Christmas last year and love it but it can be difficult to find film and expensive to process the film as well. The new Mini version uses standard 35mm film and gives you the option of shooting with the standard retro square or at half frame, which means you can get 72 shots with one roll of film! I LOVE IT!
With Labor Day over it feels like Summer is coming to an end. Sadly I feel like it flew by way too fast but we did have some fun trips and so here it is my Summer recap.
At the lake
I grew flowers and they didn’t die. In fact they are still alive and have grown more flowers!
Picnics in the park
Now let’s see what Fall has in store for us:)