For my birthday this year, I received a Diana mini. I love Diana’s. They remind you who’s boss. You take your time selecting the right film. You load it oh so carefully. You take great care with each exposure. And then it laughs triumphantly in your face. I love the Diana because it reminds me that film is not always meant to be perfect. It reminds me that I need to let go. It shows me beauty in an unexpected way.
From the archives.
Fall trip to Chicago. Join me over here this morning!
stay tuned….(Kodak Portra 400 35mm, sooc)
September’s 10 on 10 was captured on Kodak Portra 400 35mm film sooc.
The morning began with domestic obligation.
We recently purchased a globe and it’s prompted all sorts of conversation. Additionally, it looks lovely in the morning sunlight on the kid’s table.
File this under: Things I’m Going to Miss When the Kids Get Older (Hot Wheels cars EVERYWHERE)…also, ignore how dirty those windows are. I’ve shamed my mother terribly. What can I say? We’ve been doing more important things…
Family puzzles….also known as How We Spend Our Sunday Mornings
What Remains: Glitter Love
As seen on the street whilst running errands…
Garden Center Bliss…I came home with three new plants and am absolutely delighted!!
Foodie: A farm stand will stop me in my tracks every. single. time.
I came home to this: My son using the mower for the first time and proclaiming, “THIS IS AWESOME!!!!” (yes our lawn was really THAT long…don’t judge)
And there you have it…a day in the life! Up next…the one and only….Tiffani!