Monthly Archives: June 2010

Taro Gomi

I came across a blog post regarding a fabulous coloring book on one of my most favorite blogs of all time, Sea of Shoes.  Jane Aldridge makes me green with envy sometimes, she seems to have ENDLESS resources to acquire … Continue reading

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Camilla Skovagaard

Quote from a fantastic editorial on Farfetch.com for Camilla Skovagaard whose shoes I am in love with. I am particularly excited for her Fall/Winter line coming up soon, but the Spring/Summer line was not too shabby.  The only questionable design … Continue reading

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Peanut Butter Cookies!

Since the beginning of time, Peanut Butter Cookies have been my absolutely favorite cookies, ever. My mother made the best peanut butter cookies in the world, and I just could not eat enough of them. Now that I am a … Continue reading

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Raw Melissa – THE BEST SANDWICH EVER.

There is a Good Earth Natural Food Store very close to where I work.  I was very excited when they opened a location a few years back, but I had always been disappointed that they did not have a Deli … Continue reading

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Summer Wardrobe

I brought out all my summer clothes a week or so ago onto my new clothing rack.  I love having the rack out in my bedroom because I have better access to my clothes, and I get to see all … Continue reading

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Summer Clutch from Koo De Ker

My Visit-all-little-boutiques-in-Salt Lake City mission was originally inspired by my discovery of Koo De Ker on Facebook.  I guess a lot of fashionable girls in Salt Lake knew about it, but I didn’t! — until I was lead to their … Continue reading

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My fabulous Breeke Clutch

Lately I committed myself on a mission to visit every local boutique in Salt Lake City that peeks my interest.  Salt Lake City has many neighborhoods that houses lovely little cafes, restaurants and shops, at intersections of streets with matching … Continue reading

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