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Yes, so I've been missing of late. My mind is tethered to a drum under the earth and I cannot escape. The hardest part of selling your house and moving on to the next should be actually selling your house. However, it isn't always. We always tend to do things the harder way, and this had been no exception. I'm trying oh so hard to pull my tiny, sad, struggling brain back to the surface. Consider these meager posts this week a few bubbles towards the surface, finger poking through the dirt. Eventually, I will escape. These are a few of the happy little bread crumbs that are helping find my way home. 

Building Block, the LA based design project led by sisters Kimberly & Nancy Wu. The super fab stencil in black is shown. 

Building Block, the LA based design project led by sisters Kimberly & Nancy Wu. The super fab stencil in black is shown. 

Cold Picnic, lovely line of goods from Brooklyn by Phoebe Sung and Peter Buer. Their braided brass ring is shown  

Cold Picnic, lovely line of goods from Brooklyn by Phoebe Sung and Peter Buer. Their braided brass ring is shown
 

The High Line Hotel, housed in a former seminary in Chelsea that I used to walk past and always want to visit. And now I can. It's divine in oh so many ways.   image via Urban Daddy 

The High Line Hotel, housed in a former seminary in Chelsea that I used to walk past and always want to visit. And now I can. It's divine in oh so many ways.

 

image via Urban Daddy 

Topping Rose House is another reclaimed beauty of a hotel, this time in a gorgeous historic home in Bridgehampton. 

Topping Rose House is another reclaimed beauty of a hotel, this time in a gorgeous historic home in Bridgehampton. 

Tim and Tide by Christian Chaize  just released from Chronicle books includes 8 years of photographs by the French photographer of his chosen spot above a Portugese beach. I have one of his prints in my bedroom and it reminds me to  just stop and breathe every time I look at it. 

Tim and Tide by Christian Chaize  just released from Chronicle books includes 8 years of photographs by the French photographer of his chosen spot above a Portugese beach. I have one of his prints in my bedroom and it reminds me to  just stop and breathe every time I look at it.