Sunday, April 10, 2016

my week in objects (mostly).

Here are five things that made my week:

1. this clean and decorated corner of the apartment.

(because we crammed 11 guests into our tiny abode to celebrate a special birthday!)

2. these pretties.

(for brightening up the kitchen and being such a gorgeous, deep hue.)

3. this business-y dress.

  (because I had to work an admissions event on a Saturday, so I figured I'd dress up a bit.)

4. this personal safety keychain.

(for being functional and discreet.)

5. these new throw pillows.

(because they really brighten up our living room and ad some pops of color.)

Have a wonderful week!

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