Lazy Morning

After a week away in Florida, and a long journey back home, I woke up Sunday morning in my own bed. Finally. My trip was fine, but I’ve really just wanted to be home lately. I took Monday off of work, too, and laid in bed that morning appreciating the sunlight coming through the windows, casting shadows on my bedroom wall.

On Sunday I made breakfast for myself — something I wholly enjoy after a week away — and then picked up my sweet friend Sarah to get coffee and go thrifting. I found this wooden plant stand at Goodwill, and the golden clip lamp at a flea market. Both are welcome additions to my bedside.

Yesterday during my day off, I had a lot to do for an exciting project I’m working on with my dear friend Emily, which I’ll share more about soon. It was my favorite kind of work: poring over magazines, books, and catalogs to find beautiful images to use for inspiration. Emily came over later in the afternoon and climbed in bed with me, and together we made lists, shared ideas about the project, and fell in love with the moment.

My bedroom is teeny, and sparsely decorated, but it’s also the one place where I feel completely relaxed. I’m writing this right now leaning against that pillow, in what I like to think of as the cloud where I sleep.

All photos were taken with my film camera.



  1. Beautiful photos, what a lovely way to spend the day.

  2. You are my kind of gal.

  3. i totally relate to what you said about making yourself coffee slowly, and staying in bed late after a week away. I often long for the same feeling when I get home from travels.

  4. These pictures are really nice! 🙂

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