"Tomorrow" always seems to carry such promise. At a week's end, it may mean that rest is coming. On a calendar, it may anticipate the sharing of candid conversation and lattes with a friend. On a task list, it may signify that there is still time yet. On this particular Wednesday on the last day in August, it means that Lacelit's fall collection is staying up late because it's too excited to sleep. And as the final countdown ticks by, there is a sweetened, long-awaited for si
As the first of September draws near, there is much left to do. Yet, I cannot help but look back. I turn, and just past my shoulder, I see all the pieces of somethings that contributed to the place where I now stand looking at it all. Looking at it all, and feeling contentedly full somehow because it is important to account for the steps that led from mere ideas to let's-sees to alright-thens to things that I now hold in my hands. When I take note of the creative process, I f
Being the autumn child that I am, summer has always been a challenge--something to get through in order to arrive on cold sidewalks with crisp autumn air, leaves crunching beneath my booted feet. Residing in sunny Southern California means our spring-to-summers are long, and our autumn-to-winters are brief, but blissful. This summer is particularly challenging for me, and I find myself daydreaming of a northward migration to the green lands of Washington (but, I'll save my da
Welcome to the blog of Kimberly Taylor-Pestell, a creative living in California with her lovely husband and a particularly entertaining calico tabby.