Curating a Sense of Home

Curating a Sense of Home

One of the things I’ve been thinking about recently is how we utilize things to create a feeling, a sense of nostalgia. I was reading in this month’s Magnolia Journal, and I noticed how Joanna talks about the feelings of Autumn. She mentions creating a...
Trampoline Diaries 2020

Trampoline Diaries 2020

In mid march, when South Carolina shut everything down, I was afraid. Of course, I was afraid of Covid 19 because I had no idea what it was and how it would affect us, but I’m not talking about that fear. I was afraid of how I was going to entertain the kids...
I Made Click Pro!!

I Made Click Pro!!

In the past, you may have seen me talk/write about Clickinmoms. After Ellie was born, I bought a dslr in the hopes of capturing her as she got older. I loved having professional photography done, but couldn’t afford to do it more than once or twice a year....
A Family Trip to Myrtle Beach

A Family Trip to Myrtle Beach

My parents have a timeshare in Myrtle Beach so we get to go there pretty frequently. I’ve written about it before and I am grateful to my parents for letting us come back year after year. We’ve come to love this little spot and I always get some of the...
Color Palettes – An Obsession

Color Palettes – An Obsession

The title is dramatic, I know. But I do love color. I love it in my home, in my clothing, and in my photography. As I get older, I find myself drawn to more classic, earthy tones because they feel timeless. In my youth, I loved anything loud. Color has a way of...
2020 Journal Entry – June 14th

2020 Journal Entry – June 14th

  It’s been a while since I’ve written, overwhelmed by the focus on every day life, and knocked down by the radical change we are experiencing as a collective. As Covid 19 continues to grow and affect our lives, so has a new, or actually not so new,...