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Télescope Café

Télescope Café was first brought to our attention through Alice's post. That lovely lady knows about coffee so we were thrilled to find out that Télescope was only a few minutes walk from where we were staying. Our only regret is that we only had one morning to enjoy Télescope's delicious coffee and croissants...

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A Morning Stroll Through Paris

I'd be remiss if I didn't say a special thank you to Xtabay Vintage for lending me the most incredible little, black dress to traipse around the streets of Paris in....

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The W Paris – Opera & Dinner at Arola

We arrived in Paris from London at the Paris Gare du Nord railway station. It was a little frazzling getting off the train and and walking through a sea of tired, aggressive travelers to transfer our pounds into euros (which obviously we should have just done before we left). I had to go around a corner while Jade was with our bags and when I came...

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From London to Paris

I know it has been quite some time since our travels abroad. Real life took over, as it tends to do, and we never had the chance to talk in depth about Paris. We shared some polaroids and black and white film shots, but I hope you don't mind if we share more details now. As our time in London came to a close, we...

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Ready for the Weekend

Summer has a connotation of rest, warm evening strolls with melted ice cream cones, picnics in the sunshine, travel: An overall pleasurable season. For me, summer is not that...

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A Morning with the Roses

It has become a tradition of ours to set aside a bit of time to visit the roses every year. We like to wait till after the Rose Festival when the crowds have died out, that way, the expansive gardens feel as though they belong just to us. The unseasonably warm weather this year has caused many of the beautiful blooms to wither before their...

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June in Instagrams

          Photographs courtesy of Jade’s instagram, Cory’s instagram and our instagram. Oh June, you crazy son of a gun, you. Gone, before it even started. I have a feeling that will be a running theme this summer. There are a few moments I will treasure: ice cream for breakfast with my husband in celebration of him getting into his Master's Program, breaking in my new flats on relaxed morning strolls, writing...

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Ready for the Weekend

So, I'm not sure if you know this, but I've had braces on my teeth since January 2013. My parents both have deep fears of the doctor and the dentist so they didn't take my brother and I as often as they probably should have. I've had to have my tonsils removed, my wisdom teeth removed and my braces put on, all in my adult...

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Poppy Barley Ambassador

A short time ago I had the opportunity to meet with Kendall Barber, co-founder of Poppy Barley, a custom footwear company based in Alberta, Canada. We had initially become familiar with each other through the wonderous world that is instagram. We organized a meeting at one of my favorite local bakeries while she and her husband were in Portland. He was going to a class reunion, and...

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