Catch a snowflake
Photograph postcards from the 1930’s
Re-read We Were An Island by Peter P. Blanchard III
Order chocolate tea
Watch the heron fly across the river
Make a thank you card
Light a sea salt candle
The Paper Garden is both interesting and inspiring. The biographer, Molly Peacock, weaves her own story alongside the story of Mary Delaney, who at the age of 72 began her stunning collection of cut paper flowers.
Everything that Remains: A Memoir by The Minimalists by Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus (www.theminimalists.com) is the best book of non-fiction I’ve read in a long time.
I’m going to be posting some thoughts regarding Minimalism in the near future. For now, if you are even remotely interested in trying to break free from the burden of possessions, drop everything and read this book.
This is a beautiful book featuring 50 artist interviews and photos of their work. I’m really enjoying the gorgeous images printed on velvety white stock. The interviews make me wish I was having a steamy cup of coffee with each artist and the author. Love.