There’s been a lot of dead air on this blog lately, and I do apologize for that. It is hard to juggle a blog and a design practice and the needs of an eight-year old–especially when that eight-year old’s after school program has ended for the year. Of course it’s awesome to be granted this extra time with my dumplin’ girl, but I have less time to cram a full workday into. Obviously, as much as I enjoy writing this blog, it has to take a backseat to client work. Then all of a sudden, I look up and notice it’s been a week between posts. Crazy!
Today’s another abbreviated day with a full agenda: creating a playroom spaceplan for Jennifer and Michael, and picking out furniture for Elaine and Roy’s 4,700 square foot empty house. I love days like this, decorating virtually from my pink power chair and catching glimpses of the longhorns grazing in the pasture behind our neighborhood.
Might have a new reason to veer off the interstate in Kyle the next time you’re heading south. I don’t know about you, but I’m always curious when I see a new vintage store open up!
103 Rebel Drive
(512) 740- 7700
I’ve long drooled over Ashley Woodson’s minimalist/modern jewelry designs at Mockingbird Domestics:
…but lately I’ve been enjoying her photography as well. She recently posted the most beautiful pics of Barton Springs and the trail on behalf of I Love Texas and got me hooked. The love she has for what she’s shooting really comes through to the viewer–it’s such a treat to see that.
To see more of Ashley’s pics, follow @ashleywoodsonjewelry on Instagram or follow her on Facebook.