Flowers

Instagram Roundup #57

by Jamie Sanford on September 18, 2013

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On my way through the tunnel on September 11th.

Spent 2 days shooting Noritake’s Colorwave Collection. It was great to get to mix and match the colors and shapes.

Mom and Nan were in town and we went to dinner on their last night here. I parallel parked Mom’s car like a boss on the first try, and naturally, took a photo.

Insane thunderstorms on Thursday. Driving towards the black clouds is never a good sign, but I actually did manage to get inside my house before the sky opened up.

For throwback Thursday, I shared this image I took of my brother during a Skype call. We were working on the crossword together. There’s a salamander on the screen behind him.

Our local Baja Fresh closed without warning! I had to get Panera instead, which is not the thing to fulfill your craving for something from Baja Fresh.

Mom always brings me flowers, and the red carnations are still going strong 4 days later. They are lovely. Thanks Mom!

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Instagram Roundup #39

by Jamie Sanford on May 8, 2013

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Back again!

Spring springing all over the place, and for 2 weeks it is super lovely. Then the flowers vanish and summer is inevitable.

Tourmalinated quartz! This ring was a Christmas present from Will, I love it.

This is the fakest stuff on earth, but it does really smell like maple syrup.

Mom brought Wispa bars from England!

Throwback Thursday was this picture of a picture I took while in Florida. This is David and I at the end of our freshman year of high school. 18 years ago. Oy.

Back at the surgeon’s office, I got my stitches out!

Signs that I am uninterested in growing up include this top, since the little stars make up a triumphant unicorn with wings. Thanks ASOS for creating such lovely things.

Hibachi date on Saturday night! We got to join in on Aunt Betty’s 91st birthday party, which was a RAGER.

Fortune.

This is my husband. I didn’t see him yesterday before I left in the morning, so I didn’t get to see this outfit until he was walking towards me in the parking lot at the bus dropoff, and damn! He looked super hot. You can’t see it here but it is a button-down shirt with the blue sweater on top, and it was all fitted and my husband looked damn good.

I know I am biased, but I feel awesome about the fact that after 13 years together (married about 6 1/2 of those), I still get moments like that.

TIME TO SHAKE THE WORLD. I really need to get down with this message.

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Instagram Roundup

by Jamie Sanford on March 30, 2012

Since I just talked yesterday about love for Instagram, and learned more about tilt shift, I decided to create a post following the recent days through the photos I posted. Here we go.

Noritake stemware in the new InStyle!
I had no idea that when I sent this black Noritake Palais Black stemware to InStyle that it would end up this pretty in the magazine!

Ken is sassy as ever.

I saw Ken in the grocery store. If he was human, I think I would see him out at certain bars I frequent.

Overlooking the armor @metmuseum.

Met Friday! Will and I have put good use to our Met memberships, we generally go on Friday nights when the museum is open until 9. I’m looking down at the armor gallery here.

Stained glass from a Brooklyn church in the 1800s. @metmuseum

This stained glass was recovered from an old church in Brooklyn.

Furniture shopping. @metmuseum

I started furniture shopping in the American Wing. Later on while walking through the home portion, I got excited and a little emotional because I was looking at things that could have been owned by my ancestors. This is a little bit more at the forefront of my mind because I’ve been actively using my Ancestry.com account again. Way more on that to come.

Walking.

Last week, I was in the Noritake showroom for a few days running. Since I started parking at a certain lot nearby, I always photograph the Flatiron Building when I walk by.  I can’t pass without doing it now, so I have a few shots from last week.  This is Wednesday morning.

Steamy.

Also Wednesday morning.

Foggy today.

Thursday was foggier.

Third time this week.

Friday was absolutely gorgeous.

NYC is totally Springtown.

Then on the way home, I started noticing that Spring is in full effect.

Daffodil.

Went to a tiny county zoo with my visiting Dad on Saturday, and saw lots of gorgeous flowers. I wish I had thought to take a picture of Dad and me in the zoo.

Springy.

One of my favorite Instagram photos yet, this tree was pink and stunning.

Chianti.Dinner with Dad and Will that evening at an Italian place that totally seems like it is a mob front – they shared the majority of this bottle of chianti. It was pretty delicious, but my chicken parm was the real winner.

They are mini!

Easter-themed crack, AKA Cadbury Eggs, come in minis! They are adorable in their little egg crate.

Bought as a novelty but it's actually a good lip balm.

I bought this Mountain Dew lip balm from ThinkGeek. I know it should be all wrong, but I really love it. It’s a way better result than the Bacon Lip Balm I bought, which is the most disgusting thing ever. Ew.

Deep.

 This was in my fortune cookie today. Oddly timed – but like horoscopes, I’m sure this is just vague enough for me to think the universe is speaking to me. Maybe I have more skepticism than integrity?

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Bee Raw Honey

by Jamie Sanford on June 6, 2010

I’m a big fan of farms and the amazing food items that come from them.

That being said, I was really excited to find Bee Raw honey online. From their website:

Bee Raw Honey is dedicated to sourcing raw, unfiltered honeys made from a single flower variety.

So you can buy all of these wonderful selections of honey from the site, but I really like the honey varietal collections. You can purchase sets of 2, 3, or 4 different honeys.  People have wine tasting parties all the time, why not a honey tasting?

Check out the site for more information on the sets that are available, combinations include blueberry and buckwheat, sage and star thistle and more.

Sets range between $29 and $56 on Bee Raw’s website.

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