Let me start off by saying I’m not an expert on sea glass. I won’t go into the different names and categories. There are plenty of good books on the subject. I am however, an insatiable collector (read addict) of these colorful frosted beauties tossed on the beach by the sea. Continue reading
So one day I get an e-mail from the homes editor at Coastal Living magazine wondering if I would be interested in being in one of their issues. At first I thought it must be a mistake and how did they even find me? Thank you Instagram! A few months after that first e-mail, on three rare sunny days (it had been a stormy February), Coastal Living came to call at The Little Glass House. Continue reading
Months ago, I had planned a trip to Big Sur when my parents would be visiting me in Santa Barbara. Our daughter and a friend were coming too. Nature had other ideas. With one of the wettest winters on record (over 80″ of rain) and five years of drought, the damage was severe. Mudslides, rockslides, and the loss of Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge cut a major part of the beautiful Highway 1 and Big Sur off from the rest of the world. Continue reading
With my parents visiting here from Florida, I’m spending some quality time and lots of laughter with them. I will be taking the week off from my blog, but next week will be sharing photos and updates on Big Sur conditions and closures! Have a beautiful weekend!
I’ve gotten many requests to share the coveted recipe for Blood Orange Cosmos. My dear friend Bart Miller graciously said that I could share it with you! I warn you though, do not drink and drive after indulging in this delicious concoction… Continue reading