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Little Lessons – Weekend Edition {On a Tuesday}

by Kate Franco on July 13, 2010 · 3 comments


  1. I would like a house that has a room with a wall full of windows. French doors or even a sliding glass door would suffice. {I’m not too picky.}
  2. I’ve got a peaceful, easy feeling. {unrelated to the Eagles’ song}
  3. I’m getting a blog makeover. The possibilities are endless, what do you think I should do?
  4. I loooooove streaming netflix on my wii. Ah-mazing.
  5. I had a mishap with my sewing machine this weekend, and it is broken {oh no!} Hopefully it won’t be too expensive to get it repaired.
      6a. In case it is really expensive I’ve started looking at some new ones. Open to suggestions, but I really don’t want to spend more than $300.
      6b. I’m sure I’ll be able to repair the old one.
      6c. I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about this, can you tell?
  6. I spent $30 at TJ’s on Wednesday, and it was the equivalent of 9 meals. That’s $3 a meal, booyah.
  7. And…I ate the leftovers! {some of you might know that I’m realllly bad at this.}
  8. If you’re looking for a relationship, a partnership, someone to love: look in the midwest. Recent news source says men on both coasts are getting a big ol’ thumbs down these days.
  9. I desperately needed a low key weekend & I had to make some tough decisions, but I did it!
  10. I think I have a thing for pink doors. The set above were the most lovely shade of magenta. Love that scroll work, too!
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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Amanda July 13, 2010 at 2:09 pm

So, I love these posts that you write. The other night I was reading all your archived weekend posts in my room like a little kid who’s in trouble, but actually likes being sent to his room.

And- I am revamping Pigment on a completely different server with new features, plugins, graphics, etc. so let me know if you want some first hand experience from lil ol’ me. And, hell yeah to streaming netflix on the laptop. Heaven.



Kim July 15, 2010 at 6:50 am

In response to you #8 Thought I have read these articles lately too!! And I agree!! Maybe a trip to the midwest should be in our cards to test the theories that all these magazines and articles are starting to claim!!


Monica July 16, 2010 at 7:48 pm

Don’t you think midwest people in general are the nicest? I’m so used to the chilly politeness of Seattle, that I don’t ever think about it, but I can always tell a midwesterner when I meet one because they’re so darn helpful and genuine.

About your sewing machine: nooooooooo! So sorry! that is super sad news! wha happened?


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