Posts tagged as: Sayward

Okay! So We Opened A Wine Bar. A VEGAN Wine Bar. Huzzah!

September 22nd, 2015 - posted under: Furthermore » Inspiration

I told you something big has been keeping me busy! And this, my friends, is it. Last weekend we officially opened the doors to Five & 1/4, our brand new weekly pop-up wine bar. And it was such a success! All our hard work and worry and turmoil and set-backs and plans and failed plans [...]

An Ending And A Beginning

August 31st, 2015 - posted under: The Farm » Family

One of my favorite pictures of two of my favorite creatures. June 2011. On Monday, August 17th, we said goodbye to our Harley Dog. Harley The Happy Dragon joined my life unexpectedly, in 2003. He was with me through my tumultuous twenties, through dating and heartbreak and flings that got flung, he was my guy. [...]

Oh Hello, I Disappeared! And We Adopted A Community Garden! Plus Other Goings-On.

August 15th, 2015 - posted under: Furthermore » Inspiration

Image via my Instagram, which is where I’ve actually managed to continue posting for the past few weeks. Hi Guys! Wow, so okay, I seem to have taken an un-planned blogging break. And honestly, I think I’m going to continue with that for the next few weeks. BUT, I didn’t want to just leave all [...]

Welcome To My 2015 Urban Garden! Plus, Some Real Life Real Talk.

July 8th, 2015 - posted under: The Farm » Flora

It’s already July. HOW DID THAT HAPPEN?! It’s already July and my garden is in full-swing, so I figured it’s about time do a little walk-through, no? But also, I wanted to give y’all a little life update. In my last Pictures Of Things + Le Love List, I mentioned that I was experiencing a [...]

A Year To The Splits – One Month In!

February 2nd, 2015 - posted under: Furthermore » Inspiration

Hello, and welcome to February! I am now one entire month into my Year-To-The-Splits adventure, and I just wanted to share the pics I’ve taken so far, [almost] every day, and the progress that I seem to be making. I know that it’s a marathon and not a sprint, but I gotta say . . [...]