New York was my big birthday present and celebration this year. But my family a few more things in store for me once I actually turned 16, as we went to NYC a month before my birthday!
Annnddd….I have more family portraits! On a role here. 😉 This time, they’re urban! Check them out here.
Hey y’all! Go check out this sweet family I just did here!
Finally, my farm girl dream has come true – we have a COW! I’ve wanted a cow for a long time – we have chickens, we have meat rabbits, we have an orchard, blueberries, and a garden – so a cow seemed to be logically the next addition.
Y’all ready for part two of my sweet sixteen birthday trip? (part 1 here)
Friday afternoon, after we had tea at the Park Plaza Hotel, we walked down Fifth Avenue. We saw Trump Tower, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, went into Saks, and passed by nearly every expensive clothing store I could think of. Continue reading
Ever since I can remember, I’ve wanted to go to New York City for my 16th birthday. I don’t know why. Both sixteen and NYC are special, and I guess I just put them together and decided that was what I wanted, when sixteen (such an old age to me when I was younger!) seemed so grown-up and far-away. Ha!
Hey guys! So back in November, when Jo-Ann’s had their black Friday sale, I bought some adorable vintage patterns. Among them wass this 1940’s suit (Simplicity 8242) that I fell in love with right away. But I had a bit of a dilemma – who was going to make it? My sewing talent is nearly nonexistent, so I certainly couldn’t…so I started looking around for people who I remembered were really good at dressmaking and such. I dug up Victoria, whose blog I’d already followed for quite a while, and guess what? She was willing to make me my suit!