Friday’s Four

I take a lot of photos on my iPhone and share a snippet of them on my instagram (@kayinto). Friday’s Four is my way of sharing four of them here – with you – for more chronicles from my life…

1. Went to a friend’s bridal shower. You may remember the dress from this post – it’s #3.

2. Found and bought a Fiddle Leaf Fig tree. You may remember I talked about it here. It’s gorgeous.

3. Editing a wedding I photographed. Can’t wait to share.

4. Viewed apartment #5. I’m trying my hardest not to blog any more apartment hunting posts until I’ve found the one. This one is a contender.

Maybe. Ugh, I’m so flaky and that’s exactly why I won’t bombard you all with anymore of my “could this be the one” posts.

I also wanted to share some blogs that I’ve been enjoying lately:

Verhext, Moodboard, and Design Crisis (all new to me)

Chinye, a long-time blog reader, recently moved to Uganda for three months to work as a micro finance intern on a new small business development initiative. She’s about a month and a half in and I am so happy for her; I know it’s something she really wanted to do for a long time. I love reading about and learning about Uganda through her posts on Chinye Loves.

Daniel’s blog Manhattan Nest is one of my favourites (I’ve mentioned it here on Chronicled before) and this recent post of his further cemented his place on my blog roll. What. A. Guy.

Have a great weekend friends!

1 comment
  1. I’m like the last person in the world to join Instagram. I’m going to find you. 🙂 I’m on there as @TryItFoodTravel. Apartment hunting is soooo frustrating. I’m sure you’ll find a place soon.

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