Saturday, August 18, 2012

Senses Saturday + Coast to Coast

Shark Week 2012

{Sight} Goodbye Olympics, hello Shark Week on the Discovery Channel. I try to watch a little bit of it every year. We have been really busy {Last week: New York, Washington D.C. and Maryland. Now: Los Angles, and I start school on Monday}. We caught an hour or two of it while we were at home in Arizona for three days in between going coast to coast.


{Scent} I love the smell of Starbucks in the morning. Honestly, I love the smell of any coffee when I wake up. I thought my point was well represented by this awesome chalk artwork inside Starbucks. I think I might want to take this idea and recreate it in our kitchen. We have chalkboard paint as kind of a faux backsplash, and it's about time I do something cool with it.


{Sound} We picked up the newest Florence + The Machine album: Ceremonials for the drive out. It's just as amazing as I thought it would be! "Shake It Out" is my favorite song.


{Taste} Veggie Grill is our go-to place when we visit Los Angeles. All their food is made from vegetables, and it's all amazingly delicious!


{Touch} For the few days we were home in Arizona I watched my sister's boyfriend's daughter Scarlett. She is such a sweetie, and we had a blast swimming. I love this photo of her.

I hope that everyone is having a wonderful weekend! What is your favorite {sense} of the week? I'd love to hear about it :)

3 comments:

  1. Shake It Out is such a fantastic song!! I love the video! Scarlett is such a cutie!
    ~Sara

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    1. That song has been on repeat lately, along with "Only If For A Night" and "Seven Devils". Both songs are on the new album.

      Thank you :) Scarlett can be pretty darn cute!

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