I don't own but do lust after one quality designer bag. I'd probably get a Chanel, but this article/video might be helpful to those of you interested in Louis Vuitton!
Sunday, March 31, 2013
Monday, March 18, 2013
I am not immune. I still love the snow; it has not snowed nearly enough for my joyful playing in it, and I don't feel like it was a necessarily harsh winter. In fact, I'd greatly prefer 30 and snowing over 15-feels-like-negative-10-with-windchill. Either temperature, I digress.
This convenient location close enough to the east coast means flights to Europe et al. are significantly cheaper than they would be from my homestead in Southern California. It also means that we have the liberty of driving through those oft-overlooked "flyover states," exploring the middle of America and supposedly the heart of our country. It'll be interesting trying to find some places to go. A few people have made the following recommendations:
-Visit the Amish. Okay, I'll admit it. I want to visit the Amish after watching "Breaking Amish" on TLC over the summer, and subsequently developing a strong respect for their handcrafted goods. Additionally, Chicago is quite close to some larger Amish communities.
-Go to Milwaukee. I seriously don't even know if I spelled that right and my friend was trying to lure me there with sports (no, thank you), museums (getting closer), and breweries (good as well). If anyone is from there or can give more specific recs, maybe I will consider this one.
-I'd like to go back to St. Louis to spend more time at the City Museum, climbing down slides and play places.
-I still want to go to New Orleans (obviously flying), where a good friend's brother and his namesake nephew now reside.
-M (the fiance) wants to go to Green Bay. Again, no thank you. He says for the cheese, but I know it's for the Packers stadium.
Readers--any other midwest recs?
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
I'd say I do my nails once every two weeks. Lately I won't paint them all one color, and I love the simplicity of polka dots on nails. No special tool needed--just brush the regular nail polish brush on the sides of the bottle and put a single dot on your nail. Honestly, if I mess up, I try to paint over the blunder with the base color, which works 80% of the time.
When my nails chip near the tips, I just paint over that chip and it looks fine. That's how I make a manicure last (mostly because I'm lazy).
These are both OPI shades: the blue is called Russian Navy, and I got it on Amazon. The silver is called Run With It! from Sephora.
Sorry the photo is so dark!
Thursday, March 7, 2013
The boy's name is Noah.
Anyone else make some unintentional (or intentional) and hilarious puns lately?