Hello again! I’ve finally gotten to taking some pictures and writing up a post. April sure started off with a bang. Life has been so busy!
Remember Hannah and Joanna from last year? Well, the girls decided they wanted to do a shoot together in the spring, and we decided to do it at our local arboretum. Friday dawned a beautiful sunny day (which was delightful, because our spring and pre-spring so far has been very cloudy!) so of course we had to battle harsh light, but I think the pictures turned out really well!
So I just missed two posts.
I don’t really have writer’s block, because I have post ideas and pictures for them…I’m just looking at blogging with a different perspective now, and that kind of decreases the inspiration.
Indoor photography is the worst. There’s nothing quite like a blurry yellow and badly edited picture to make your stomach curdle. Not sure what I mean?
Well, it’s the end, y’all! We’ve finally reached Thursday and Friday. I absolutely LOVE the pictures I got on Friday at the beach
A while ago, I interviewed a friend of mine on hope chests. I also included a history on hope chests, which you may go back and read if you’re interested. However, I’m going to start my own hope chest series! Since my St. Augustine series is wrapping up, (and because I’ve wanted to do this for a long time), I’ve decided to start an entire series on what is in MY hope chest.
I absolutely love vintage fashion. If it was inexpensive and easy enough, I would wear clothes from the ‘30s to the ‘60s all the time. A lot of my love for vintage fashion comes from the movies I watch, and today I’m going to share some of my favorite outfits from 1930s movies.
This is Luvems, calling all cats with an update.
Today I bring tidings from Tiger, the Cat of Many Lives. This is the account of one of his many escapades.