Happy Weekend!

I’ve been feeling kind of crummy lately, so I think this rainy weekend I’m going to do my best to take care of myself by unplugging, curling up with a good book (or a self help book, whatevs), and drinking some hot chocolate. And snuggling with my kitty if she’ll let me. What do you do for yourself when you’re feeling less than great?

Bringing Nature Home by Ngoc Minh Ngo and Nicolette Owen


Some links for your Friday!

How beautiful does this book look!

Will someone please buy this pocket square?

I want everything fromĀ Emerson Fry. Every. Single. Thing.

Beautiful calligraphy from Giuseppe Salerno.

Blooming branches scream Spring.

This equestrian-inspired shoot is perfectly classic – love it!

These vintage ads are crazy!

Dietlind Wolf is delightful.

Adorable bow toe flats, via Pinterest.

How badly do I want to swim in this pool!


Have a happy weekend, lovelies!


  • That pool looks lovely. If it is too rainy to go outside (I sometimes force myself into a walk if I am feeling sad but not actually sick) I love losing myself in one of my childhood favorites like Emily of Deep Valley or one of Beverly Cleary’s teen books like Fifteen or The Luckiest Girl. They are so far removed from my own life and such a pleasure to read that I can slip away from everything. And Emily of Deep Valley is just one of the best books ever written. I hope you are feeling better soon!

  • Watch one of the greatest love stories of our time.. Gone With The Wind. Even better, get the book! Feel better!

  • marie says:

    hey there kathryn~ my lift-the-blues spells are vino, yoga classes, sleeping in, and maira kalman’s book “the principles of uncertainty.” though not necessarily in that order. here’s to the clouds parting. have a happy weekend!

  • That pool is not cool! I mean it really is cool but I’m not swimming in it so therefore it isn’t cool! But it’s really incredible!! Thanks for sharing and have a nice weekend as well. -Jayson and Rachael

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