Out of love
From God Made The World by Gerald Pottebaum, illustrated by Robert Strobridge, Little People’s Paperback, The Seabury Press, NY, 1963/1979
So my washi tapes arrived in the mail yesterday. They’re too cute, to say the least. And they came with a sweet note from hey kessy! Isn’t this adorable?
It took me quite some time to make my order online because I really can’t make up my mind. I was loving every single one. And so I ended up getting 13 of them. ~too many, I know
Anyway, I can’t wait to washi-fy everything. I wonder what I can come up with.
[Hey look, it’s the leaning tower of washi!]
If you wish to get your hands on these lovelies too, just ask hey kessy.
SANDWICH BAR AND DELI
Since I got a new camera, I’ve been meaning to take it on a roll. Last family dinner, I took pictures of details that caught my eye. That neon sign, the exposed brick wall, the pendant lamp, the lovely floor pattern. I love aesthetics more than I do food, so I forgot to take pictures of what we actually ordered. And yes, I’m making an excuse. I just simply forgot. ~forgive me?
Almon Marina is one of my family’s favorite gourmet place. I personally love their fruit and walnut salad, grilled chicken, and open-faced roast chicken sandwich.
Let’s play a little guessing game, shall we?
I’m amazed at how these posters were thoughtfully made. I had fun guessing and I bet you will too. Scroll down slowly and try to guess the titles before they appear.
Here’s a hint: classic children’s stories
No cheating okay? :)
Did you get all 10?