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  • It’s the little things…

    like taking hiiiiilarious photos of your cat.  You’re right, that totally is a “little things” post I did last year. It’s here + worth checking out if you need a smile. Professor is just the most expressive little guy out there.  I’ve met my fair share of really amazing cats but there is something special about this one. He’s a huge goofball with an out of this world personality. I

  • 10 things making me smile

    Unintentionally starting a little collection of plant lapel pins.   These two, always hanging out in weird spots. This sticker.  Sinbad ain’t bad. Straight up snorted when it was pointed out to me. Making envelopes from old books.  It’s incredible how therapeutic simple crafts like this are. I use this template! This craaaaazy plant! Catching this face. …And this face. Alternative Christmas trees. I was bumming because I won’t get

  • 10 things making me smile

    colorful leaves. Squid’s love of boxes. silly photos of Klaus. the largest leaf I’ve ever pressed. cute little mushrooms.  Sir, the neighborhood “catbassador”, who hangs around Mason’s Creamery like he owns the place. He’s quite the sweetheart. See? watching everything in this pot grow tall. this shirt that so perfectly describes me!    catching Professor in a staring contest with the wall. Also, catching him looking defensive about his love

  • 10 things making me smile

    Professor who, for some reason, thinks between the fan and the screen is an appropriate place to take a nap.  This is the beast being awoken from his nap. giant colorful snails invading the city. You can find more photos of them here. this out of control plant. providing Squid with the best cat bed ever. It’s been over a week now and she’s still using it every single day.

  • 10 things making me smile

    little hands, helping.  dandelions for eyes were her idea. proud auntie right here! contagious yawns, and funny faces. a beat up toy soldier from Lake Erie now fighting in my jungle of plants this sign. pretty paper flowers.  made these babies for Love, Anji. Come visit us downtown or shop online! friendly neighbors. the way Klaus looks at Jeff, even if that means I’m possibly not his favorite human. spots

  • It’s the little things…

    like watching the sunset on the beach with your favorite person. I know, I know. So many of my “The Little Things” posts are about sunset but sunrise and sunset are such a magical time of day. It doesn’t matter what kind of day you had, something about watching the sun set and hearing those waves crashing into shore makes everything else just fade away. Jeff and I didn’t get

  • 10 things making me smile

    puppies in too big sweaters. informative street art. cats who are into science (and dusty old gifts from friends!) finding faces in inanimate objects. leaving treasures for others to find. a friendly good morning pat on the back between two cats who’d never be caught snuggling. organization. matching my outgoing mail. mushroom postcards from Moorea Seal // If you’d like to be postcard pals – see here! photos that feel

  • It’s the little things…

    like playing in the leaves! Over the weekend Jeff and I went out to my parents house to celebrate my niece’s golden birthday. (Seven on the seventh!) It’s always nice to escape the city, and visit with my family but this particular visit just felt extra special. My eldest brother hasn’t lived in Ohio for a while, so my other brother’s children and his have never been able to celebrate

  • It’s the little things…

     like watching the sun set with my puppy dog. Earlier in the week I had the idea that Jeff and I could go watch the sunset at the beach. It’s been a while since I’ve just sat on the beach and watched the sky do it’s thing. Much to my dismay he’s in the midst of wedding season and is swamped with work. I pushed the idea out of my

  • It’s the little things…

    At the beginning of last week Jeff text me about how he was so sick of the winter and was dying to go shoot photos. I replied “ditto! let’s get out” assuming that would I mean I would have to grudgingly bundle up and head out into the negative temperatures for a few hours. His response was “let’s go on a trip!” Two days later we’re in the car heading