Friday Snip-its ...

This week was about me.  Not intentionally, it just happened.
This week I was blessed with GirlFriends.

1.  I got to see my Ya Ya's for the second time this summer.  
We were waiting for the last one to arrive.  All glasses and hearts were filled.
2. Visited Jill and lived her "in-town" life for a day. 
Restoration Hardware ... Large Relief as a centerpiece ... Beautiful.
3.  Still working on Dorm Living and this laser cut bulletin board was an inspiration.
4.  Purple Sunflowers at the Boston Farmers Market while walking around town with Jill.
5.  Spent the day on the Cape with Karen.  Nourishing my Soul.
6.  Fruit and Veggies at the Boston Farmers Market.  Nourishing my Tummy.
7.  I never have a good solution for my silverware for outside dining.  Restoration Hardware solved it by using small urns and beans!
8.  Old Style. BeachClub Storage Lockers on the Cape ... I love the History and Feel.
9.  Hydrangeas and Shakes. Quintessential Cape Style.

We all do what we have to do. Day in and Day out.  And some days work themselves out to bring the nourishment we need.  This was my week.  I am ever Thankful.

What do you do to nourish your soul?

Making the World more beautiful.  One Room at a Time.


Tuesday on the Cape ...

One of my sweet friends had to make a Tuesday run to the Cape to spiff her house up a little for guests coming this weekend.  "Want to come?"  ...  I was out the door!

We worked on her Cape House about three years ago ... bringing in color and serenity to this little slice of heaven at the beach.  The Duralee Indoor/Outdoor Pavillion Fabric added some punch and still looks fresh and happy!

When we worked on her house I wasn't blogging so didn't have any photos.  This quick Tuesday trip was the perfect excuse to snap a photo or two.  

This is what rocks my world ... creating real spaces, no matter the size, to make family times even more special. 

And what better place than by the sea ... something about crossing that bridge to the Cape.  We both took a big sigh and smiled.  Time stood still for a few hours this week and it was wonderful!

Back to reality on Wednesday ... in the rain ... I had to pull my boots back out.  I swore I wasn't going to do that again until October.  But I did.