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Hello! After a very long silence (during which a LOT of work was happening in my little workshop), I’ve decided to move this blog over to Tumblr.

You can find my spiffy new blog at genevieveslatitudes.tumblr.com

And another new edition: Facebook

Hello All, It’s been a while since I posted…but it’s map season! So far I’ve mapped cities across the country, worked on some very different projects (an all-in-one invite, more to come…), met up with a few wonderful clients in New York City, and am planning on some very big changes for spring. Because of all this though I am wiped and haven’t been posting!

This Sunday a friend (and fellow NYC blogger) and I are cooking up something fun to share with you. More soon, I promise!

P.S.

The beautiful photo was taken by Clara Róman, check out her here flickr here.

It’s a steamy day here in New York City (83 in Central Park…real feel? 96). Riding my bike over the Manhattan Bridge today (running a few errands and getting a steam facial while I was at it) the heat-haze made it look like the fireworks had already been set off.  Nonetheless, it was beautiful in its own city-ness.

Since I’ve heard fireworks every evening for the past week, I’m sure the sidewalks tonight will be chocked full of sparklers, glow-worms, fountains and spinners.  I guess we’ll have to make up for Texas and New Mexico; both too dry and too bedraggled from fires to allow any added sparks to their air this year.

And, this fourth of July makes it one year since we drove out of California. Hard to believe…

Enjoy your barbecues, soda-pops and Yankee Doodle cocktails everyone!

(Above Image re-blogged from TikiPop blog)

Just for fun: a few images I found around the ol’ internet closet today.

Happy Father’s Day! It just so happens that this year the boy’s dad is staying with us. The two of them just got back from a road trip to Washington, D.C. where they were checking out the museums, monuments, and landmarks. I was jealous of course but someone had to hold down the fort (and maybe I had just a little too much work to do…). They brought me back a great souvenir, something to add to my collection of mugs and tea cups. George Washington and I share initials you see.

On the bottom are two old pictures of our dads — Number 1, on the left, is my pop and number 2 is the boy’s. I love the banjo pic (and it has two generations of dads in it!).

A few blogs that I keep an eye on (for obvious reasons). A little food, a little design, a lot of New York City: these beautiful blogs offer comforting color during a very cold winter. Enjoy!

Key:

1. The Color Kitchen

2. Kate Spade NY

3. Slow Like Honey

4. Love and Olive Oil

Quite a while ago now Vera Devera with Va De Vie Events contacted me about doing a wedding map. She was still in the planning stage then for her “My $10,000 Wedding,” the name of her blog and the goal for her own wedding. If you haven’t check her out and read about the amazing things she did on a budget. Just the other day Vera sent me an email with a few links to share. This one, with a nice little snippet about her map on her blog, and this one, on the Budget Savvy Bride about her wedding and a breakdown of what she spent on her wedding. The map is a fully elevated and digitally colored map of the Bay Area, California. The colors match the suite and the wedding colors. It was great working with Vera and I love to see these fabulous wedding pictures!

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