12/23/11

12/22/11

Family II

This week is all about family. Here is my brother and his girls. Love you guys!

12/21/11

12/20/11

Family

Yesterday at the market with my brotha and sista. More pics to come...

12/19/11

To Market To Market

Today was a great day. Isaiah and I spent the afternoon walking around the city with my brother and sister and their families. I love the city this time of year. All the decorations, all the people, it's hard not to get into the spirit of Christmas. Love!

12/15/11

Snowflake

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This photo of a snowflake was taken in 1900. The fascination of a snowflake continues more than a century later.

12/14/11

NYC

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This is a random post, I know. It really has nothing to do with anything other that the fact that I love New York City. It is a city unlike any other and we love you NY!

12/13/11

LV

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Ok, so I'm not a huge fan of the monogram handbag, but I do make exceptions. And this little beauty would be that case. I guess you can't really go wrong with Louis Vuitton. That rhymes!

12/9/11

Happy Friday

    "Don't mess with a man and his tools."  I'm pretty sure that's what Isaiah is thinking as I'm taking his picture. I got him a tool/work bench for Christmas. He screamed when he saw the tools. No joke. Love my lil man.

12/7/11

Winter White

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When it comes to decorating my home for the holidays, I favor whites and metallics over red and green. To me it just has a more winter wonderland feel. So even if there isn't snow outside you can imagine it inside.

12/6/11

Christmas Party

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My favorite part of Christmas parties are the food seeing friends and family. Nothing quite says holiday season like roasted sweet potatoes. Love. Antipasto on a stick? Genius. Or how about caramel covered chocolate dipped marshmallows? I can't take it. I need to try this!

12/5/11

Vintage Holiday

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I'm not sure what it is about vintage Christmas cards that I just LOVE. Maybe it's because they remind me of my Grandma Audrey. Or maybe because I often dream of what Christmas might have been like at the Davenport Hotel in the 40's. Magical.