There’s nothing more iconic than New England summer. Fresh white flowers line wooden fences, showing their faces in hopes of a drink of the morning sun. Early mornings are my favorite because of the glow emitted from yesterday’s dew and the stillness before the weight of the humidity settles in. During these mornings, I love a comfortable dress to slip into for a quick stroll to the mailbox. I found this happy blue seersucker and imagined the most joyous tone of the sky. After a quick sew, I was free to wander the neighbor’s garden and pretend that I had any green thumb at all 🙂
This past weekend we travelled to a lush, rural haven – which so happens to be the same place I fondly called home for the first twenty years of my life. The fresh morning air and the sound of spring peepers (tiny little frogs with a big, echoing voice) are just two things that make this a happy place for me. The easy comfort of home is exactly why I wanted to sport my new bangle, from The Happiness Boutique, during our weekend stay.
Until recently, I did not own any clothing from the LuLa Roe Brand. A shame, when considering the signature smooth of the fabric. The brand’s encompasses the style of the every day girl; colorful, sassy patterns and simple comfort. These clothes harmonized style, comfort and situation this weekend for our bike ride by the Charles. I needed clothes that boasted my love for nautical style while providing comfort for our first spring cycle. Luckily, this striped Randy Tee was just the spice I needed on this perfect May day.
Keeping flowers beautiful and fresh is sometimes a struggle. There’s nothing more discouraging than bringing vivicous blooms into your home only to have them wilt mere days later. & as graduations and Mother’s Day quickly approach, perserving a bouquet has never been more essential. Whether a congradulatory gift or a just an every day simple pleasure, I’ve learned knowing how to care for your posies can lead to a happier you and a more cheery home.