Sunday Style

I hope you all survived the Thanksgiving holiday! If you follow my blog, you know I am not a huge fan of Thanksgiving and prefer to have someone else do the cooking and the dishes.  And the concept of shopping on Black Friday seems insane to me.  But for those of you who do, hey more power to you! 

Speaking of shopping, one of the staples in my home and most of my girlfriend's homes are a little vessel of beauty called a glassybaby. I have about 40 of them. My kids say I have a issue... they also say this about my addiction to plants.  The problem is  that they keep coming out with these amazing colors and I just can't resist!

Glassybaby was created by a woman named Lee Rhodes who was diagnosed with a rare form of lung cancer. She was diagnosed with it three times and survived.  The light from these beauties helped her find hope to heal. This is also a company that believes in the power of giving back as 10% from the sale of every glassybaby is donated to the glassybaby white light fund to help people, animals and the planet heal. 

So now that Thanksgiving is over, and you begin to think about gift-giving for the upcoming holiday season, consider purchasing a glassybaby. You will not only be giving a beautiful gift but you will be helping heal our world one light at a time. Trust me it will be hard to choose just one!  Visit glassybaby.com.

glassybaby in a spectrum of colors

glassybaby in a spectrum of colors

My son Samuel and I attended a special event in Walla Walla in November of 2012 just 3 weeks after I had a radical surgery to remove a chest wall tumor. We got to meet Lee Rhodes in person. She was a vision of health and very lovely person!  This gave me so much hope for recovering from my illness. She invited Samuel and I to come tour the glass blowing studio in Seattle which was a blast!

My son Samuel and I attended a special event in Walla Walla in November of 2012 just 3 weeks after I had a radical surgery to remove a chest wall tumor. We got to meet Lee Rhodes in person. She was a vision of health and very lovely person!  This gave me so much hope for recovering from my illness. She invited Samuel and I to come tour the glass blowing studio in Seattle which was a blast!

Every time I am in Seattle, I go to U Village and take a photo of the glassybaby window display.  Easter on parade...

Every time I am in Seattle, I go to U Village and take a photo of the glassybaby window display.  Easter on parade...

Valentines Day

Valentines Day

Luck of the Irish 

Luck of the Irish 

A spooky collection

A spooky collection

My summer table last year. 

My summer table last year. 

Christmas 2016

Christmas 2016