Happy {Labor Day} Weekend.

It would be very, very difficult for me to be any happier about this week being over. The three-day weekend is much needed.

This weekend is also – are you ready for this? – the start of college football season!!! Most of you probably don’t know that I’m an absolutely DIE HARD Oklahoma Sooners fan. I’m not originally from the state (that badge belongs to PA!), but live here now and attended OU for my BA. I’m sort of obsessed with college football in general and will be watching it all weekend. Yeah, I’m a dork.

This Weekend:
• OU v Chattanooga – tailgating in Norman (Boomer Sooner!)
• weeding (bleh)
• grocery shopping
• finish framing photos
• hang things on walls – for real this time
• watch as much college football as humanly possible

Happy Labor Day!
Happy Weekend!

:: photo of Memorial Stadium via google

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Chrono_Shredder.

Note: This product is fictional.

Susanna Hertrich designed the Chrono_Shredder while studying the idea of human hibernation.

“The Chrono_Shredder is a device that makes past time tangible. It is a hybrid between calendar, clock and waste producing automaton. It has no on/off-button, thus it is unstoppable, just like time. It features the 365 days of the year represented on a paper-roll. The paper-roll is led through a hacked paper-shredder, which is programmed to use exactly 24 hours to shred one ‘day’.”

:: via CasaSugar

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Mad Props: August.

It’s that time again. The end of another month and time for Mad Props: August!

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Sunny Side Up.

Forgive me if I seem a little out of it. A little flighty or flakey. A little “Did I put on deodorant today?” This week is leaving me with a mental meltdown, a fried egg for a brain. And it’s showing itself off in all other aspects of my life. Only one more day to go, but until then there’s this…


:: image via ffffound

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Wedding in Your Pocket.

I first came across Wedding in Your Pocket in an issue of Communication Arts a few years back and have had it bookmarked ever since. It’s basically pure, lovely genius in paper form. The kind of design that makes me envious and a little green with jealousy. In other words, the absolute best kind.

“What does it take to tell the story of a wedding? In our case, six books. Each book in the wedding series corresponds to a specific event in the process: invitation, welcome, ceremony, etc. A custom illustration by Adam McCauley opens each book, playing on cliche wedding terms (think getting hitched and dropping the anchor). The books combine honesty (ten things you may forget) with humor (how to find a hay barn in town), while maintaining a taste of elegance and tradition.”



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Alfred D. Souza.

I find inspiration everywhere, including quotes from all sorts of sources. Hopefully through this new feature – And I Quote – I can pass on some of my favorites and find out some of yours! What’s your favorite?

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My Clients.

This is how they’re making me feel today. Yeah, I’m the chick on the ground being choked with that lady’s leg. Grrr. At least I have a cool bustier bodysuit on.

:: image via ffffound

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