I am so excited for this weekend. Our dear friends who moved away this summer are back for a visit (and our bible study group’s “Thanksmus” party). I can’t wait to catch up. Here we are Christmas 2009…not the greatest photo, but I had to post it because I’m way to excited to think about anything else!!!
Also, here’s some catching up on recent photos from the iPhone…
This past week Rand took advantage of the warm weather and went for a stroll with his Bebo (His great-granddad who also has blue eyes). Highlights of the scenic tour included the St. Joseph’s fountain and several giant Christmas trees. The trees had some decorative packages underneath and Rand reached for them and acted like he was going to open them. Guess I should wrap a thing or two for him after all (I was in the mindset of … he won’t know the difference … WRONG!) Wes announced to me tonight that Rand will put milk and cookies out for Santa. Wes, what kind of cookies would you like?
This next out-of-focus shot is from the powder room at a luncheon I went to last week. I have always LOVED this wallpaper but wanted to snap a photo because I only remember it every December when I go to the Christmas Nativity Luncheon benefitting the Moore County Coalition for Human Care. This year, the speaker was author of Under the Overpass, Mike Yankoski. He was awesome. More awesome than the wallpaper but I still do love it.
Probably because the colors/pattern reminds me of the Scalamandre zebra wallpaper. I think I saw this zebra wallpaper for the first time in The Royal Tenenbaums. I’m thinking our hall bathroom would look really fun with either one. I wonder which one is less expensive?
Here’s a bathroom by Miles Redd. I think I read somewhere that Kate Spade has the green version in her bathroom.
(Miles Redd via Elle Decor via shelterpop)
Last night, mom and I went to the opening of a gallery for artists Jessie Mackay, Meredith Martens and Marilyn Arthur. The art was fantastic and a portion of the proceeds go to the Empty Stocking Fund. The gallery will be open all weekend long (if there is any art left – go soon if you want to buy! There are lots of smaller, inexpensive paintings that are so beautiful if you are looking to start your collection!) in the Village of Pinehurst in the Razooks building.
Here’s a phone shot of me and artist Jessie Mackay. My favorite painting is behind her…love the colors (turquoise and orange) and the wildflowers. Makes me think of this past spring!
Happy wall coverings and happy weekend!