Endlessly Enraptured

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True Silence

'True silence is the rest of the mind; it is to the spirit what sleep is to the body, nourishment and refreshment.' William Penn  ...

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Derby Day at the Lizard Lounge

Besides Jade mentioning her love for the incredible hats from time to time, we've never had a reason to celebrate the Kentucky Derby. We've never been to Kentucky...

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ckyckc

17/52

It's the start of a new month which means it's time for our monthly photo booth strip. If you learn anything about us from this photo booth strip let it be this: we are complete weirdos and we wouldn't have it any other way. And now, a few links we are endlessly enraptured with this week...

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Barista (Downtown)

After our visit to Barista in the Pearl, we knew we had to go and check out their other locations around town. We were taken aback when we entered the Downtown location and saw all of the beautiful craft in its design. They have marble counter tops all around the small shop, and the counter front and behind bar display looks right out of a...

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April in Instagrams

                Photos courtesy of Jade’s instagram, Cory’s instagram and our instagram. Oh, April, I am so happy to see you go. Sure, there were some great moments: our shoot with Mark, welcoming Spring, coffee at Either/Or, FINALLY organizing and scanning a bunch of instant film, reminiscing about my once in a lifetime trip to Italy (have you applied yet?) and reliving time spent at the Portland Bazaar. But mostly, April sucked. I was sick for...

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The Portland Bazaar

I went to a lot of bazaar's as a kid. Mostly church bazaar's where old church ladies would bake pies to sell or make little characters and animals out of candy. There were old, God fearing men who would whittle log trucks, bird houses and shelves made from the coniferous trees they found in their back yards. This was a small town way out beyond the reaches...

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wnywrtwn

16/52

How has your week been? My doctor put me on another round of antibiotics so this sickness is going to be wiped out of my body for good! Yesterday was the first day in 2 weeks that I didn't feel like complete death. The hubby and I were even able to venture out and go on a little coffee date. Last time I left the...

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yteey

15/52

‘A portrait of one another, once a week for an entire year’ A few portraits taken around the house where I have been recovering this week. Today marks the 12th day of this awful sickness. I have an autoimmune disease, so when I get sick, I REALLY get sick. My immune system has trouble fighting things off on its own. My cough and sore throat turned into an...

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