The seasons have changed -- or at least they are trying to and I’m thankful for that. I’m also thankful for all the people who do their best to create great work and make the world we all share a better place.
Norah Jones has always been such an inspiration and I adore this album. I bring it out every year around this time and have since it came out.
Toozy Studio is a Fort Worth based handmade jewelry studio owned by 2 of my favorite people Martha Gensheimer & Page Doby They’ve always been such a fantastic resource for me whenever I’m having SEO issues or questions about my Etsy shop.
Niven Morgan creates the most luxurious hand soaps, body washes and candles. I met him years ago at the Dallas Market and have been obsessed ever since!
Woats is owned & was created by my constant source of inspiration Justin Anderson — the chocolate chip cookie Woats is only available via Home Shopping Network and for a limited time.
Meesha Farenzeh Jewelry I saw a woman wearing these at A Christmas Affair in Austin last year and immediately ordered them. When I have worn them, I too have been stopped by complete strangers asking me where I got them!
Brooha Market— She has a great line of products, including home goods. This Masala Chai though... the best chai I have ever had. Get you a little almond milk and good book and you are good to go! I met her at the 76107 Collective Christmas Show last year. I love her style.
The LBJ Presidential Library had us create this Barbara Jordan Quote for them a few years ago and you can find it at the the LBJ Museum Store. It’s a quote that I find very worthy of sharing with upcoming 2020 presidential election.
Speaking of politics and Texas people who speak their minds, Sort of Cool Artist Caya Crum created this Molly Ivins print, another reminder to join forces with those who are doing the right thing during this time.
Sort of Cool artist, Betsy Crum This is one of our new prints. With that purple Texas sky, it really channels a Fall Vibe and cooler weather