I've had a lot of fun sharing my favorite things with you, here's a recap:
Day 1 - Kitchen Aid Stand Mixers
Day 2 - Pilot Pens
Day 3 - Bath & Body Works Deep Cleansing Hand Gel
Day 4 - Retro Scooter Print from CB78
Day 5 - Ceramic Egg Crate from Anthropologie
Day 6 - Elsa Peretti Letter Pendant from Tiffany's
Day 7 - Oregon Chai
Day 8 - Clorox Wipes
Day 9 - Gussy Wallets
Day 10 - Martha Stewart Kitchen Collection
Day 11 - Modern Recipe Cards from Cicada Studio
Day 12 - Lovely Perfume by Sarah Jessica Parker
Day 13 - Creamy Tomato Soup from Panera Bread
Day 14 - Ribba Frames from IKEA
Day 15 - Schoolhouse Electric
Day 16 - Late Harvest Riesling from Peninsula Cellars
Day 17 - Rings Glasses from Crate & Barrel
Day 18 - Nikon D3000 Camera
Day 19 - Desk Calendar from Ruff House Art
Day 20 - Arbonne Cosmetics
Day 21 - Better Homes & Gardens and This Old House Magazine
Day 22 - Tiffany Bead Earrings
Day 23 - Diet Coke
Day 24 - Mad Men on AMC
Day 25 - Pretty Smitten on Etsy
Day 26 - Picnik
Day 27 - iPhone
Day 28 - Sarah Jane Studios on Etsy
Day 29 - The Sing-Off
Day 30 - Chrysanthemum Hair Pins
Day 31 - Blogging for Bliss by Tara Frey
I've yet to make a purchase from Sarah Jane, but it's not for lack of loving just about everything in the shop.
Here's a few of my favorites.
Summer Tea Party Print
Just Right card
What are you most thankful for today?
Here were some highlights for me:
*A recently divorced mom photographed with her two teenage boys. She told me they have never had family pictures done.*
*A family that lived in a refugee camp for years and recently immigrated here. They didn't speak any English and were completely stoic for the camera (think American Gothic)*
*A single mom photographed with her little boy. It was so obvious how much she adored him*
I think some of us with cameras or the means to afford family photos assume that everyone has walls full of family pictures, but that's just not the case. If you would like to help, check out the Help Portrait site for details.
A little tip, I also love giving these as gifts, they're especially perfect for gift exchanges!
If you're looking for new kitchen or bath light fixtures, definitely consider Schoolhouse Electric. I appreciate this company because they not only make their products by hand, but they use the same processes to make their products now as they did decades ago. Their products are amazing, and knowing company's commitment to preserving a piece of history only adds to their charm.
I've been eyeing their fixtures for years, and just this weekend ordered one for our new kitchen here. Eek! I can hardly stand the wait until it arrives!
but those who hope in the LORD