Monthly Archives: March 2014

We sat across the table from each other, the old house-turned-restaurant an ideal setting for talking art and life and personal history. Cate’s life is fascinating, her work inspiring. We bonded over a mutual love for structure and grids, and incorporating architectural concepts into painting (for her) and portraiture (from me). Cate and her husband […]

A wedding isn’t simply a day to celebrate love. It’s joining lives in a permanent sense— a moment when two personal histories merge into one, and a new family is created, a new chapter begins. That “joining together” is a beautiful blend of what each individual brings into the marriage in the form of stories, […]

Carter. Kind-hearted, always happy, the people-loving optimist. When he was a toddler he seemed to have enough love for the whole world, and that hasn’t changed as he’s grown into manhood. I’m so thankful to have him as a brother, and so proud of all that he’s accomplished so far in his life. He’s graduating […]

After a beautiful weekend that hinted at Spring’s warmth, we woke up this morning to 6 inches of snow. Womp womp. But I’m trying to make the best of it— I canceled meetings, baked some cookies, and snuggled down for a work-from-home day with my husband. Not exactly how I wanted to spend Saint Patrick’s Day […]

Buck had a work trip to Seattle last month, and I got to come along. I spent most days working from our hotel, but we ventured out together every evening, and we spent all of Friday exploring the area. We spent time in Pike’s Place Market, hiked to a lighthouse, wandered around Pike’s Place again, and […]