Snowy Sunday

This Sunday I spent the day cozily inside working at my desk. While a snow storm in March is not ideal, perfectly formed snowflakes effortlessly falling as if by magic was a sight to behold.

The morning hours were spent working on Buggy Designs and processing orders.  FYI -the most popular item of the week was the Monogrammed Tough iPhone Case in Ikat.  The remainder of the snowy day was spent working on my Art History dissertation, which is due in a month (eek!).
I suppose the proverbial cat is now out of the bag- I may love fashion and business however I am also a closeted Art History nerd! While some of you may dream about quantum physic calculations(is there really such a thing?), the state of international affairs or Darwin’s theory of evolution, I dream about Caravaggio’s lost paintings, Roerich’s costumes and fabric draping of the Renaissance! With a dissertation due soon I am headed to London for two weeks where I will spend my spring break attending seminars, interviewing Nicholas Roerich specialists, conducting research and hopefully writing the remaining chapters of my dissertation.

My desk may be stacked with books, post it stickers and lots of files but I also make sure that I surround myself with lots of pretty things too.  Of course I have to have Buggy Designs accessories- they really do keep me organized and make me smile. My most used accessories are the Custom Tough Cell Phone case by Boatman Geller as well as the best iPad cover ever, my Personalized iPad leather swivel case in gray chain pattern with a fat monogram circle in natural.  I do subscribe to the theory, “It’s the small things in life that make you happy” and this iPad leather case makes any bad day a-okay. I’m obsessed with it which is a good thing as my iPad also functions as my kindle, holding a nice library of books related to Roerich. We have been spending many quality hours together!
 

A pressie from a very thoughtful friend. Fragrant hyacinths and white tulips are the true rights of spring!  So lovely and hopeful of good things to come.

What did you get up to this Sunday? Were you lucky enough to enjoy some sunshine?

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