Things Tria Loves


I love soooo many things, but here's the distilled version:

Reading & Writing have shaped who I am. Taking in the work of authors lets me experience worlds I would never otherwise be able to, and producing my own writing helps me process the world I live in. 


There’s nothing more relaxing to me than painting. When I was growing up, instead of going to Chuck E Cheese's, my two sisters, mom and I would spend the weekends on the porch with our paintbrushes. Now whenever I paint it feels like home. 

A painting of my mom's


I’m not crazy about exercising, but I do love to dance. In November I’m going to the Movement Lifestyle Tour with amazing teachers like these two newlyweds:


I love animals of all kinds, with a special soft spot for kitties, bunnies, and whales. This has led to a slight obsession with animals in weddings, as you can see from my pinterest board. 

oh heyy kitties~

Animal-shaped things also really do it for me.

I might never grow up

Cooking at home saves me so much money, is (usually) healthier than eating out, and is always fun to do with friends and family :) Wanna come over and make dinner? 



xo
Tria



Things Hannah Loves



Jon and I at Chez Panisse in Berkeley
It’s hard to boil all the things I love down to one list! In life, I try (but um, don’t always succeed) to choose happiness, adventure, hard work, hard play, and good food.

Here is a sampling of the things I love...
  • My husband, Jon
  • My nephew, Thomas
  • A sunny day in San Francisco
  • Pink peonies
  • French bulldogs
  • Traveling and being in unfamiliar cultures
  • Fresh baked bread from Tartine Bakery
  • Online shopping – favorite sites: Zappos, Amazon, The Outnet, Fat Wallet. Recently discovered True&Co!
  • Thanksgiving dinner – turkey, yams and pie, oh my!
  • Diamonds and jewelry with meaning
  • Old photographs of family
  • Comfortable clothes – soft cotton, cashmere, broken in jeans

Video chatting with my nephew, Thomas (he lives in another city)

Pink peonies in my living room

My sister’s Frenchie, Milo (and little Thomas’ finger)


My sister and I in 1987!


The Parthenon in Athens, Greece!