I was trying to make my mark in the world of tech startups for the past couple years. The mark was more like an unseemly mess of scratches after many awkwards attempts to grasp at a glittering thingy that would wickedly swing away from my reach.
Now I'm back to searching for inspiration and wending my way into some new adventure.
Details to be determined.
So for now, I'll be posting objects, concepts, environments and experiences that inspire me.
I've heard that people get a puppy before having a baby to test their threshold for responsibility and patience. I'm getting a few plants, before I get a puppy. If I can't throw some water into some dirt and move a pot into the sunlight, I'm definitely not worthy of mothering an impossibly devoted and fluffy corgie named Rufus that sweetly snores on a Hudson Bay blankey around my feet.
I've been looking for planters for my window sills. Medium sized, 5-7 inches with drainage holes. Pottery makers of the world, you have a lazy bias for succulents, because I've searched up and down the internets and cannot find a pot to plant in. I did however find these adorable little woodland creatures designed by Sarah Burwash. Integrating motifs of nature into her work, her pieces are at once modern and nostalgic, playfully rendered, straight out of a fairy tale.
|These little pots come in Fox, Bunny, and Bear. Oh my!|