my week in objects (mostly).

5.04.2012

five little things that made my week.

1. these raindrops.
raindrops
{because i wasted so much time gawking at them this week. not sorry about it}.

2. this chocolate-covered key lime pie.
pie
{because even though i'm decidedly not sold, i thought it was a fitting compromise after last week's post}.

3. this silverware.
breakfast
{because i used it to eat a big old plate of crisped-up potatoes and arugula at home/made. i heart potatoes. so hard}.

4. this bright building.
yellow
{because i'm a sucker for layers of cheer}.

5. this smoothie.
smoothie
{and about five others like it. i'm craving fruit lately and waking up my neighbors at ungodly hours with my blender}.

what little something made your week?

other things:
this guest post i did on lark & linen. thanks to jacquelyn for having me.
wish i had big slice of this for breakfast. also, huzzah to lillie for her win.
amy designed a card. it's awesome.
i'd really like to vacation here.
this shop is awesome sauce. we've been putting together our wedding registry. things are on my mind}.

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  1. that smoothie looks delicious! what's in it? i just got a blender and have also been waking up my neighbors at early hours:)

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    1. glad to know i'm not alone! i think this one had blueberries, raspberries, pineapple and a banana. all mixed up with yogurt and orange juice.

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  2. I'm guilty of early morning blender use as well. But I've become addicted to the creamy goodness in the morning times. It's a perfect way to start the day. xo

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  3. This is so, so lovely! That chocolate covered key lime pie? WHAT?! Amazing.

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  4. Great snippets as always, that smoothie looks good. I've been loving a mango peach one lately!

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  5. You're definitely not alone with the early morning blender! I've been making far too many banana smoothies, with honey and cinnamon...maybe I'll go make another one now :D

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  6. That pie is almost too clever and cute to eat!

    I, too, have been obsessed with my blender lately, sometimes using it more than once in a day because it is so easy and delicious.

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  7. Time admiring flowers is not time wasted. Nor is time spent eating chocolate covered key lime pie. Sounds like you had a yummy week!

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  8. Smoothie looks so good right now... Happy weekend!

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  9. great feature you did on Lark and Linen and jacquelyn described your blog perfectly : "fresh and focused"!

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  10. Chocolate covered key lime pie - the idea is blowing my mind!

    Oddly, the chocolate makes it much less appealing to me. I'll take key lime any time, but chocolate is fairly meh for me. Opposites!

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  11. Pretty! Especially love that first photo- wow!
    xo, Tori
    http://daisiesandpixiedust.blogspot.com/

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  12. Very nice - and the smoothie looks yummy! :-)

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  13. rain, and chocolate and fresh fruit - sounds like a lovely week! mine also involved rain, and herb planting, and vineyards. i think the vineyards count as fresh fruit :)

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  14. Oh fruity, summery smoothie! You look absolutely divine. :) And yes, raindrops make me happy also. Think my fav thing here is that unique silverware. So delicate yet utilitarian..

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  15. i'm with you on using the blender/food processor probably way too early for my neighbours liking...

    also, i'm a bit lover of potatoes too!

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  16. Just returned from a little trip to Cali where I crashed my parents long weekend at the Ace in Palm Springs. Such a special little space that somehow made me feel old and cozy and my parents feel young and free.

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  17. I am so curious about the chocolate covered Key lime pie. hmmm

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