It's been a pretty uneventful week this week (well, I did turn 30...bye bye 2nd decade of my life!)!
But the weather has been typical winter, blustery, cold days, we even had snow flurries about a week ago! So, we've been doing a lot of inside hanging-out and I've spent a lot of time resting (and on the computer) which has resulted in me finding....
these uh-ma-zing lampworked cones from StoneDesignsbySheila. I honestly don't normally buy lampwork, but these look more like stone which definitely appeals to me.
I ran across this jacket a while back, favorited it and then came back determined to nab it up for my birthday and found out that it had sold! (Who can blame the lucky owner?) BrokenGhostClothing is full of the cutest upcycled clothing ev-uh.
I've been reading, cleaning, decorating, assembling, doing everything I know how to do to get ready to be a full-time mom, and I love the sentiment in this gorgeous polymer pendant from EvaThissen.
My creative brain never stops working (my journal is filling with doodles) and I keep coming back to these pottery shards from SeaZephyr wondering if I could prong set them and give them new life.
I'm learning so much just from playing with metal on my little bench, I love the look of layers and layers of metal and I think RagandStone has done such a classy job of creating that look here.
Of course, I can't stop thinking about baby feet (mostly because they're constantly tucked somewhere under my ribs right now) and I've come across the cutestest baby shoes in TillyWhistle's shop.
Oh, and last but not least, we drove to Raleigh to see this artist in concert for the second time. His music truly is moving to me in so many ways.
I hope you have a wonderful Sunday and a wonderful and restful week.
Oh, and thank you so much to those who commented on my story last week. Yes, I did write it and I actually wrote it quite some time ago. It has, however, in these past weeks taken on new life as I'm getting ready for the baby. I can't stop thinking about Maite either and who knows but one day I might put pen to paper again and tell the story from her side.