Everyday Moments

May Recap

May 30, 2014

May was a very slow month for us. We didn’t have many plans, which was so nice because the next six months are going to be very busy!

We started the month off by going to a friend’s house for a combo Cinco de Mayo/Kentucky Derby party. The horse I bet $1 on didn’t win.

My brother shared the 7 Things Only Middle Children Understand with me. If only they knew how I felt being the middle child…. Actually, it’s not so bad. I would prefer to think about the 15 Perks of Being a Middle Child.

Manchester Orchestra came back to The Pageant. We all agree that those are some of the loudest concerts we’ve ever been to. I just wish the guy in front of me would have stopped Snapchatting videos to his friends every 30 seconds.


Ideal Weddings, by Age is pretty funny.

Even though I don’t have children, apparently my parenting values are in line with Russia’s. Should I be worried?

We went to the Ozarks for Memorial Day weekend like we do most years. And as usual, laying poolside, hanging out on the dock, soaking up the sun and sipping on drinks is always a fun way to spend an extended weekend at the lake.


I love the idea behind this Last Photo project. Random people in select cities throughout the country are asked about the last photo on their phone. There’s been some entertaining stories.

We lost two great people just a day apart—the design community lost Massimo Vignelli and the next day the world said goodbye to Maya Angelou. One can only hope to achieve what those two did in a lifetime.

And lastly, I was able to cross off another 30 Before 30 item and finally got my personal portfolio site, Kerning & Cupcakes, up and going! It still has a long ways to go, but I’m excited to just have it up.

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