Easter is this coming weekend which means that it must be spring. I love this time of year because it signals the coming of summer and warm months ahead. Im loving bright florals with graphic black and white.
This weekend I had the opportunity to attend the de Young museum exhibit, Bouquets to Art, where local florists create flower arrangements in conjunction with paintings. There were a few standout arrangements. I am drawn to the organic shapes with plenty of textures and colors. Here are were my favorites...
In my quest to save a few dollars here and there, I have decided to start doing my own nails. I found that if you have the right tools you can do almost as good of a job, if not better, than a nail salon. Here is the little nail kit that I have assembled.
There is also an awesome at-home nail tutorial here.
This past weekend we had beautiful weather. I took the opportunity to walk along the waterfront. I am so lucky that I only live within a few blocks of the water. Here are a few pictures that I took during my walk. It just makes me appreciate San Francisco even more.
I havent done a Sunday Suppers post in FOREVER. Maybe thats because things have been so hectic and I haven't been cooking as much as I used to.
Well this week's recipe just might redeem all of those missed Sundays. I found this recipe via one of my favorite blogs, it is from Cookie + Kate and is ABSOLUTELY amazing. I think I will be making this much more often. It is pretty healthy (minus the 3/4 cup of peanut butter) and really sticks with you.
Here are a few pictures from when I made it. Make sure to click the link below for the full recipe. I used beautiful rainbow collard greens from the farmer's market. Those are the actual colors of the stems--promise I didn't retouch them at all.
While browsing a lovely site, Of A Kind, I came across a beautiful design by Grace Lee. Unfortunately it was sold out on their site but I went over to her main site and what stunning work she does. My favorite are her rings that are both traditional and modern. They are a little more of an investment but I would imagine they would be so beautiful to look at every day.