Our family portrait as interpreted by artist Rebecca Rebouche'. Love, love, love it. She really has a beautiful way of capturing your life and the things you represent in a simple, elegant, innocent way. A wonderful way to remember our world. The spoon represents our love of eating and of savoring life.
Close ups. TODAY; representing living in the moment, the bracelets are so Mose, the nest; our happy home and our affinity for all things bird, our love affair with TIDE POOLs, etc.
Our WIDE NET of friends, our travel bug represented in our collection of beach travel jars and our love of coming home, oh the places we shall go, a bird that only lives in Thailand, etc, etc.
Mathilda and I were lucky enough to be invited, well we invited ourselves, on a long weekend trip to Milan to visit my sister and her family, with my brother, Kyle. It was a great time. I love the energy of cousins Mathilda and Miriam. They just enjoy each other. A lot.
Dawn prepared some beautiful dinners for us.
Nothing better in life than real Italian gelato. Sorry Brocatos.
Post flight coffee with Uncle Kyle.
The most amazing building. The Duomo. I could look at it for days. The ultimate drippy castle.
The girls at lunch.
Mathilda's favorite meal, ever. Always.
Italian graffiti. They have a lot of graffiti. I happen to love it.
Everyone is checking out Dawn's new computer. There's David and Andrea, too.
In the square. Dawn, Miriam and Kyle
The pasta window.
Mathilda at the Duomo. So chic.
My favorite picture. They just reconnect and don't let go. So sweet.