Visiting a truck stop is near the top of the list of things that evoke the feeling of travel for me, along with standing in the lobby of a hotel and perusing brochures at a rest stop. Those three things always make me feel like I'm on vacation miles away from home, even if I'm... Continue Reading →
My idea of the ideal summer aesthetic. Nothing says "escape and relaxation" like flowers drifting sedately in a calm, clear pool. In a time when full-scale getaways may feel out of reach, at least we can still capture the atmosphere.
The other day I was walking in the woods that occupy a third of my yard for the first time in a very long while, and I came across this tree. I'm not sure when it fell. I'm leaning most strongly towards Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The other possibility is a waterspout that came on... Continue Reading →
Lately I've been working to improve and expand the listings on my Etsy shop (link in the menu), and part of the process is creating a line of greeting cards I plan to release in the near future. I drew this little engine for the Valentine's Day card, as implied by the engine's name. (The... Continue Reading →