As I mentioned here a couple of weeks ago, I'm currently reading Stephen King's newest book, "Joyland," and I'm pretty hooked. Googling the title brought me to a site featuring a real-life abandoned amusement park in Wichita, Kansas by the same name. The family-owned park opened in 1949 and hasn't been touched since it closed in 2004. How spooky are these photos? It's a setting for a horror film for sure! Images via Imgur
June 18, 2013
I've had my little eye on this "cake of hexagons" by Lauri Ditunno for a long time! It inspires a collection of bright, modern pieces -- all with interesting shapes, colors and patterns of their own.
ONE: Geometric Print by MiPulsedDesign on Etsy, $62 TWO: Cubic Satchel by Kate Spade Saturday, $140 THREE: Citrus Salad Print by Ann Shen FOUR: Jessica Leather Pouf in Hot Pink FIVE: Antique Kokeshi Doll from David Rinaldi's collection SIX: Hot Pink Toaster by Dualit SEVEN: Paint Chip Napkins by Avril Loreti, $54 EIGHT: Yucatan Scarf by Theodora & Callum
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June 17, 2013
This past Saturday one of my best friends, Shari, tied the knot with her longtime beau, Sean. It was a wonderful weekend full of good friends and lots of fun. The wedding venue was beautiful -- Jeannine, Shari's wedding coordinator/decorator/florist really knocked it out of the park. I was also pretty tickled when I saw my menus, place cards and fans around the room. It was so neat to see everything come together on the big day!
It was a lovely wedding, and James and I had such a great time celebrating all weekend. Now we have to rest up...for our Vegas trip, next weekend! We're getting pretty excited around here...