Ever since we booked the venue - I’ve been completely obsessed with all things wedding. I suppose it’s only natural since everything does start to come together after that.
However, when I woke up this morning I saw myself turning into the loathed bridezilla!! I will try not to let the little things hinder my progress when it comes to planning - but boy do I love to knit pick over all the fine details!
I finalized the layout for the save-the-dates and learned that not everyone on my guest list needs one (only the people I really want to go!). I will be thanking the knot for that little tid bit since I will be hand stamping each of those save-the-dates! O_o
It was love at first juice! So excited to incorporate this healthy habit into my routine. Lord knows I don’t eat my veggies the way I should & drinking them makes it that much easier! I was first inspired by the popular documentary, Fat Sick and Nearly Dead. If you haven’t seen it - you can watch it on Hulu and Youtube free of charge! You owe it to yourself to see how one man changed the course of his life with dedication, perseverance, and a Breville juicer!
Me and My Shadow
Using cobbled together refuse — from stray spatulas to broken bottles — artist Diet Wiegman creates seemingly meaningless sculptures that, when viewed from a certain angle, cast beautifully articulated shadows of iconic forms. Michael Jackson, Michelangelo’s David, and Venus de Milo all get cameos here. Wiegman proves that one man’s trash is truly another man’s high art.
(Photos courtesy of Diet Wiegman. Text by Jenny Bahn)
To keep or not to keep? That is the question regarding these Steve Madden “Halting” heels on the left next to my Cynthia Rowley pair on the right. Cynthia is here to stay because I can’t return her anymore.
I would like to keep both - but I want to broaden my shoe closet, not have several of the same type 😑