simply fall in love.


"I fall in love regularly,
with each person whom
passes me in the streets,
or who sits beside me on the bus.
Not in the romantic way;
No, we hardly even speak a word to each other. 
But I sit, quietly observing
all of their body language and
all of their expressions.
Their smiles, and gestures;
the way they lift their coffee, 
or smile as they read that new text message,
or count the change in their hands. 
I watch vigilantly, tracking the
manners and movements,
appreciating all that these
people are.
I spend some time thinking about 
their families and lives,
and the life they lead. 
I consider what they do for work,
and what they went to school for.
When they woke up that morning,
and when they did their hair. 
I study the details of
these people, that they may
otherwise go unnoticed.
Researching each of them,
noting our similarities, and
rejoicing in the beauty of
human nature.
I simply fall in love."



a few portraits of my talented friend, Audrey. 

working from my home office today. enjoying the thunderstorms, editing, organizing, and searching for inspiration. 

here's what I'm listening to this weekend: 

happy weekend, friends.



my neighborhood is doused in blossoms everywhere you look. 

spring brings such a feeling of hope, life, and newness, and I don't want it to ever end. 

I want to bring some attention to my new wedding band! It is hand designed by Chinchar Maloney. Chinchar Maloney offers one-of-a-kind jewelry made with the most high quality materials. I think what I love most about this ring is how well it goes with everything. Whether paired by itself or a dozen different rings, it truly shines and stands out amongst the rest. If you're looking to get engaged or simply want to add a new piece to your collection, be sure to check out all that Chinchar Maloney has to offer. You surely won't be disappointed. 

details: necklace, DIY // top, skirt, and shoes, thrifted