We went to the Hollywood Bowl this past Saturday to experience the night of Duos and appropriately it was a double date with our friends Jenna and Brett. Bird and the Bee, She and Him, with headliner The Swell Season entertained our ears while our extra large picnic basket contained goodies from Whole Foods. Who knew our little picnic would cost the same as our four tickets? I suppose it could have been the two bottles of wine we consumed, the two speciality cheeses, the two specialty meats, the six fancy chocolates, the maple almonds... maybe it wasn't such a little picnic after all :)
P.S. Zooey, you are the cutest, ever, ever.
Inspired by bloggers such as Oh Joy! with her "lust lists", and MaeMae Paperie, I have created my own list of lusts, but I'd like to call it, the "nom nom" list. You know, the noise that you make when something is too delicious for words and the swooning commences? Yes, "nom, nom." So here's to the first post dedicated to "noms," enjoy the tastes of coral and mustard, combined with patterns and jewels and of course my favorite sea creatures. Happy Weekend!
From left to right:::
Scalloped rug by Angela Adams // Chie Mihara's Omizu in Peach // Striped Pitcher from Anthropologie // Coral hardware knob from Anthropologie // Happy Birthday card by Anna Bond at Rifle // whale illustration // Anchor necklace from Urban Outfitters // Bedazzled ring by J. Crew.
P.S. The things I would do for a pair of Chie Mihara's . . .
I met Faith my junior year at Biola when I worked as a photographer for the weekly newspaper, The Chimes. Faith was my Photo Editor, so obviously it was an honor that she would choose me to be her wedding photographer. Faith, you looked incredibly stunning, STUNNING. It was such a sweet moment when I saw you for the first time, I think I actually started to get a bit emotional :) You were such a beautiful bride. I wish you and Jacob nothing short of the best.
P.S. One of my favorite moments was catching the kids sneak out to play outside, oh to be young :)
She recently graduated from Biola University with a degree in Nursing! Emily lived next door to me my senior year at Biola. She wanted her senior pictures to be carefree, casual, and simple. So we decided on the beach. This was actually the first time I've shot on the beach in California. Coming from Hawaii, I've definitely been spoiled in regards to perfect beaches, so I haven't really gone to the beach too much - - - BUT, the weather was sunny, the company was pleasant, and the coffee break wasn't so bad ;) Thank you Emily for a great time and I wish you all the best on your new adventure in Florida!
If you are wonder why the lack of posts, all I can say is, plans don't always go as "planned." Even the best plans fail, and plans B, C, and D are met with open arms. Thus has been my life for the past week, filled with minor panic attacks and anxiety over the fact of not having an address. So for now, enjoy my humble studio space.