Better late than never, in honour of Mr B’s and my first anniversary two weeks ago, this post is all about love, love, love. Because, dear friend, love comes in all shapes and sizes. Ain’t it grand?
Good street art just melts this heart of mine. I adore the creativity, vulnerability and generosity of street artists, and I know I’ve gone on about this on my blog many times before. So you can imagine how wide my smile was when I came across this collection of “dead hearts” by bicycle-loving, anti-asphalt Canadian artist Roadsworth.
2. Love notes
Danni of Oh, Hello Friend (one of my favourite blogs) made this book of notes, inspired by The Jolly Postman, a while back for her husband when he was having a tough week at work. She said there were about eight to nine notes in the book, with one even hidden in a tiny capsule. One day, I will do the same for someone I love. Isn’t it adorable?
3. Wooden tiebreakers
Whenever you disagree with your lover, just flip for the right to be right! This is genius. “Relationship management in a tin,” says distributor Greer Chicago. Found, as so many good things are, on Happiness Is.
4. Pop-up book proposal
When NYC student Chris decided to propose to his girlfriend Julia, he teamed up with paper artist Jackie Huang to make a pop-up book filled with moments from their relationship in which he would ‘pop’ the question. More from the book on Jackie’s blog here. I have always loved pop-up books. In fact I think I want to be a paper artist when I grow up.
(ps. Julia said yes.)
5. The glow
I can’t wait to experience this kind of love in just a few short months. This image is from The Glow, a site that calls itself “a glimpse into the world of inspiring and fashionable moms” and features gorgeous photography of mothers and their children. I don’t expect to be either inspiring or fashionable, but I’m really looking forward to becoming a mum.