I borrowed this idea from the creative Terri and James at Gallivance. Check out their blog for their awesome post, “Capturing Hearts around the World.” When I saw their pics, I immediately thought of my picture of a baby blue door in Oman. I started wondering if I had any other “heart” pics from my travels. Obsessing over pictures the way I do, I couldn’t resist going on a scavenger hunt for hearts in my photo archives. Here are the few I found. And if you’d like to make some chocolate hearts today instead of looking at pictures of them, check out my sister’s recipe for her delicious Cioccolatini. Happy Valentine’s Day everyone!
Follow me on Instagram!Who do you support when your dad is from Italy and your husband is from England? 😨 Congrats to Italy! ⚽️I recently shipped this custom sized print for a customer’s gallery wall - a reminder that I can work with you if the size you need is not offered in the shop. 🤗 Inspired by my client, I dreamed up my own Houston themed gallery wall of places I love!💗Somewhere in Texas ☀️🌽🔥A detail of the beautiful Kinder Building @mfahouston, back when Houston had blue skies ☀️. This new addition to the museum opened six months ago today 🥳Eid Mubarak to my Muslim neighbors and friends!Majestic El Capitan looking very handsome in this shot at Yosemite. I love the faded, retro vibe of this pic. #nationalparkweekHappy National Park Week! Mount Rainier National Park is full of beautiful views like this. 💙💚. Did you know that Mount Rainier is considered one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the US? An eruption would likely melt part of the 25 glaciers that cover its surface, triggering massive debris and mud flows. Eek! Good thing it’s closely studied and monitored by the park service.Cool breeze + this sunrise scene = heaven! Since when is it in the 40s in late April in Houston? Loving it! 🥰
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