(For the record, it's pronounced loo-sha, not loo-chee-a or loo-see-a). We were surrounded by beauty in this tucked-away community, where folks keep to the old ways and live off the land in a manner that most of us no longer do. Ramblings gardens, ancient barns, and manzanita pathways were all perfect backdrops.
Despite the natural beauty, I couldn't help but tweak some of the images in iPhoto when I got home that night. Lately I've been debating with some other vintage sellers- is it worth it to try and create "artsy" photos, or should you just stick with straight-forward plain & simple clear images of the piece? What do you think? After 3.5 years of doing this, I've decided that the more creative the shot, the more views it gets, and the better my shop does. So I'm all for it.
It was another warm and sunny day.
The perfect setting for spending time with some of my dearest fellow Aquarians, just as we enter into our birthday season. We exposed our souls in hilarious talks about our kids, our men, our closets, our kitchens, our lives. And were richly rewarded with the sweet saturation of sisterly love.
Speaking of... Happy Birthday today to JenJen! How lucky am I to be able to count these lovely women among my closest friends?