Archive for the 'Flora and Fauna' Category

Arms wide Open with the TreePeople

Published on May 4, 2010

Tweet It was such an idyllic afternoon I was sorry I didn’t allow myself more time to enjoy Celebrate Motherhood and Mother Earth with the TreePeople. The crowd was truly the most gorgeous group of moms and dads I’ve seen together in one place since my first fashionista party in downtown LA(a long time ago). […]

Weekend roundup…

Published on April 19, 2010

Tweet Fun with the Critter Window Shopping on Rodeo In addition to sharing the sights above that I have for you today, I would also like to add a couple of things I learned last week: * Social media has power and Moms need to wield it wisely, thank you Jessica Gottlieb * The Coldwater […]


Published on April 16, 2010

Tweet I grew up in a landscape of lush green grass and towering trees – the climate would allow a few nice flowering plants, like azaleas, camellias, hydrangeas, and gardenias, but the Southern gardener would have to work really hard to get roses to bloom as rampantly as they do here in my neighborhood. I […]

Affirming my inner goddess

Published on March 18, 2009

Tweet Feeling very Ceres as I tend to my ranunculus.

Spring has SO sprung…

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Tweet My favorite of the flora and fauna on the street today…

Weekend in the hood

Published on September 23, 2008

Tweet Bah, Critter had the croup for the third time last week, so my posts were few. We did manage to attend two noteworthy events on Sunday. My very fabulous designer friend Carlos Alberto of The Skyline Studios was chosen to create a model unit at EVO South. The much-anticipated LEED certified highrise community opened […]

Random Summer fun not yet posted…

Published on September 3, 2008

Tweet I take photos all the time and just can’t blog every one of them. So above you have in no particular order photos from the summer. Mouse over the pics for the captions…Enjoy!

Beating the heat – country style

Published on August 9, 2008

Tweet How cute is this? A moose and her babies find a sprinkler to cool down.

Here comes Peter Cottontail…and I need a cocktail!

Published on March 18, 2008


Wandering the Desert for four days

Published on March 10, 2008

Tweet My in-laws vacation in Palm Springs every year to get away from the beautiful but cold Seattle winter. We took a quick drive out and took in the scenery, a little art, and enjoyed having the grandparents around. Their timeshare was a patio home with a side yard, so I took the opportunity to […]