But first, can we talk just for a minute about Emry's hair? Seriously. She has the thickest, most gorgeous head of auburn hair that I have ever seen.
|See what I mean? ::swoon::|
I stumbled across Emry's blog a few years ago, shortly after she'd been featured on a website called BlogHer which spotlights women writers. I was so impressed by Emry's accomplishment, it inspired to submit an article of my own...but I was so overwhelmed by the sheer number of writers and topics that I haven't gone back to the BlogHer website since.
Even though we haven't met IRL, Emry has been super sweet about answering my ridiculously embarrassing questions, all of which reveal how little I know about formatting a blog.
Although Emry At Home is not a photography blog, her photos are stunning:
|This photo makes me feel wistful without knowing why exactly.|
|The aesthetic of canning makes me sigh.|
In my post Peachy, I used the term 'historical hard-on' to describe
the appeal of canning, because I'm classy like that.
|The beseeching fingers. The cat's expression. Just...LOVE.|
As a parent, I have a deep understanding about how two children can be completely different in temperament, despite the fact that they are raised in the same household. This premise is one of the themes that I find so relatable about Emry's blog.
|Best. Photo. Ever.|
|This brilliance is Alabama's handiwork.|
My kids are much older than Emry's girls...but there is something so satisfying about knowing that I'M NOT THE ONLY ONE THIS SHIT HAPPENS TO.