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May

No °4

Pack, Move, Unpack; Find a Gem

Pack, Move, Unpack; Find a Gem

I’ve been hiding under construction mode for the last five months. As you can see, here’s the reason why – TA-DAH! This is a soft launch, in conjunction with a featured guest post on the Blog Society. Thank you so much Jaclyn Carlson, Alexandra Hendriksen and Jessica Hack over there in TBS for the feature! I’m so honoured you included my piece in your gorgeous community hub of bloggers and […]

I’ve been hiding under construction mode for the last five months. As you can see, here’s the reason why – TA-DAH! This is a soft launch, in conjunction with a […]

Fall Friday Femmes Feature

Oct

No °11

Fall Friday Femmes Feature

Fall Friday Femmes Feature

It’s autumn, friends! The crisp air is starting to settle in early in the mornings and as the sun sets, yet the days are still beautiful and warm enough to bask in. It’s just fitting that this Friday’s Fab Femme feature is my friend Kat, who just celebrated her birthday last week, and she is the biggest Halloween fan I know out there. I met Katrina about 7 years ago […]

It’s autumn, friends! The crisp air is starting to settle in early in the mornings and as the sun sets, yet the days are still beautiful and warm enough to […]

People are awesome

Aug

No °15

People are awesome

People are awesome

Yeah, you read that correctly – I did say “People are awesome”. Don’t be scared, my blog wasn’t hijacked by some uber nice Polyanna ninny – it’s still me, that sassy, foul-mouthed brown girl with a waspy last name by marriage. Let me explain: MY PEOPLE, at any rate, are awesome. That includes YOU, whom I reached out to for help with a survey. I had to ask some readers […]

Yeah, you read that correctly – I did say “People are awesome”. Don’t be scared, my blog wasn’t hijacked by some uber nice Polyanna ninny – it’s still me, that […]

Mar

No °31

Open Letter to my Petite Friday Femme

Open Letter to my Petite Friday Femme

Dearest Eleanor, I am a mixture of emotions today as you turn two. TWO! How can time fly by so fast like that? I remember being woken up in the hospital by your daddy so I could meet you for the very first time two years ago. You were so tiny! Instantly, as I saw your sweet little face, I burst into tears, because my heart swelled so much with […]

Dearest Eleanor, I am a mixture of emotions today as you turn two. TWO! How can time fly by so fast like that? I remember being woken up in the […]

The Second City

Aug

No °50

The Second City

The Second City

We just came back from a spectacular family vacation in Chicago.  We had a such a wonderful time, I already want to go back. We had planned to go back to Paris initially, but my husband was wary of traveling two six-hour flights there and back, with an infant on our laps. It made sense, it wasn’t going to be very comfortable for any of us. Since we had never […]

We just came back from a spectacular family vacation in Chicago.  We had a such a wonderful time, I already want to go back. We had planned to go back […]

Three Hundred and Sixty-four

Mar

No °54

Three Hundred and Sixty-four

Three Hundred and Sixty-four

364. That’s the number of days my life has been changed forever, as of today. That’s how many days I’ve been graced by her presence. The number of days that I’ve been responsible for somebody, other than myself. Tomorrow, she turns one and she has become more and more confident and self-assured. Thank you for the best (and most challenging) 364 days, my dear beautiful, sweet Eleanor Claire. I just […]

364. That’s the number of days my life has been changed forever, as of today. That’s how many days I’ve been graced by her presence. The number of days that […]

Meet Aggie

Hello! I’m Aggie; I make photographs.I loved the idea of capturing a snippet in time and elevating it into more than just an instant.