Pen addict that I am, I am thoroughly in love with my new Kaweco fountain pen. I have recently added a few others to my stash that I will be sharing soon as well. There’s nothing like an amazing pen + a quality piece of paper to jot ideas or sketches with . . . simple pleasures. Do you have a favorite pen or paper that you like to use? If so, please share!
Hey guys! Pre-Orders are open for the Solana Cheetah Strap! If you love options, you will love options, you will love the Solana Cheetah strap! Add her to your existing bags to make a bold statement or to add a patten pop! The perfect way to freshen up your existing bags and wear them in a cross body style. Ships 3/17. DM for invoice. Pre-Order price good thru Sunday 3/4. Click here to snag one!
Currently inspired by the color green, black brick walls, white pebble dryscaping, gold, leafy greens, black leather, camoflauge prints, + stripes.
Currently inspired by rose gold pens, the texture and beauty of the ocean, the colors turquoise, goldenrod, orange + black and wide brimmed hats ♡.
I’m wishing for snow!!! . . . wishful thinking and wrong shoes for snow, I know, but a girl can dream! Have a great weekend!
“The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths. These persons have an appreciation, a sensitivity and an understanding of life that fills them with compassions, gentleness, and a deep loving concern. Beautiful people do not just happen.”
I love this wonderful description of beautiful people. It is a written testament to my personal philosophy. I’ve always felt that true beauty comes from experiences, imperfect actions, trying, failing and trying again, humility, pain + happiness, growth and loss . . . in other words true beauty surfaces when life is lived. I think in this world of social media we have a tendency to focus on beauty in an unhealthy way. Surface beauty, made up beauty, photoshopped beauty and perfected beauty. I yearn for the day that our society appreciates + recognizes beauty in the imperfect as a whole, but until the world catches up, that’s where I will continue to reside. It’s much more interesting there.
Happy Birthday, Dr. King. Thank you for all the work you’ve done. Sadly, we still have so much more work to do.
image credit: | I discovered this lovely image here and added text to it.