Posted: Jun 13 2013
Burberry London Mottram Trench | c/o Dahlia Eliza White Lace and Jacquard Dress | Hermes H Buckle Reversible Belt | Chanel Medallion Tote in Lambskin | no brand shoes
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Love! I know how you must love those pants. I have some leather leiggngs I have been living in all winter. Who knew they were so comfy?! I think you can actually get away with these for a lot longer. Just pair them with sandals and a tunic tank!
ive been impressed with next ltaley… i bought a lace blazer there a few months ago that i absolutely LOVE and now (thanks to you!) i’ll be saving up for that shearling aviator jacket! only problem is that its quite expensive in cyprus so i kinda have to think twice about what i buy :( nevermind, ive been looking for shearling for aaaaages! x
holy cow. this looks unbelievably baiuteful. i am definitely after an aviator jacket just like that one. i also love the lace skirt in the second photo, and the bucket bag in the third. loving that they’ve done a bag very similar to the mulberry alexa. no doubt that will sell out! the grey leather looks so lush. also the black and white jumper at the front of the rail is baiuteful. oh me oh my…. must start saving now. i normally don’t go to wild over next but this looks so great! xx
Thanks for sharing! I wear a scarf nealry every day so finding a new tying method is like a gift! I actually attend Grand Valley and just found your blog recently and love the fashion and hair inspiration as well as the tidbits about the fun things to do in GR Thanks for blogging!
I’m the same way with winter clheots, but [and my science may or may not be wrong here, who knows what has changed since Bill Nye has been off the air] black soaks up more sunlight which would make you feel warmer. And in Canada we need all the warmth we can get when we’re outside.
We loved meeting ernyvoee, what a great group! Thanks for entertaining our newbie questions! Oh, and Aimee you have created a little gem of a place! We wish you luck with your business. We still don’t know for sure about David’s job, but we are fairly certain we will be out there by next summer! Hope we get to visit again soon, we will definitely stop by and say Hi!Oh, and Aimee, I did get an awesome hair cut from Sebastian (?) at La Bottega del Coiffeur, he even gave me curls! Please tell them hi for me.Ginny (and David)
I’ve had the same type of luck (bad) with blogger and cmrouteps and hate hate hate loosing posts! I thought about you today because we had an awful lecturer (who’s a maternal/fetal specialist) come in and talk about problems during pregnancy (renal, cardiac and infectious diseases). Somehow he managed to turn an potentially intersting topic into one of the most boring lectures we’ve had this system! I hope your knitting continues and things are going okay with your research!
holy cow. this looks unbelievably bfeutiaul. i am definitely after an aviator jacket just like that one. i also love the lace skirt in the second photo, and the bucket bag in the third. loving that they’ve done a bag very similar to the mulberry alexa. no doubt that will sell out! the grey leather looks so lush. also the black and white jumper at the front of the rail is bfeutiaul. oh me oh my…. must start saving now. i normally don’t go to wild over next but this looks so great! xx
I just have to ask why it is that so many of us in the middle are more than winllig to help out while those at the top who could really make a difference could care less. I gave a homeless vet a buck and I have no income at present. Even as snarky as Billy is I know he helps people.The truly frustrating thing is that it doesn’t take that much. A group of us some years back bought a washer and dryer for an orphanage in Russia. They were using rags as diapers and had no way to wash them. We managed to get school kids here to save pennies in baby food jars. They got their washer and dryer and plenty of diapers too.Merry Christmas to all and better times for all of us.
“That people would stop fciosung on themselves long enough to see the suffering around them and do something about it.”It’s there if you look. It’s as close hereabouts as the newspaper’s annual toys-and-food drive for the needy, on track to meet its $500,000 goal even in this awful economy. And that’s just one local example. There are plenty more.Not so locally, did you watch Lawrence O’Donnell’s Last Word show on MSNBC this week? He created a fund to buy school desks for children in Malawi, so they won’t have to sit on hard concrete floors seven hours a day. The desks cost $24 each. In less than two weeks, the fund has raised nearly $1 million. The kids sit two or three to these desks, so his simple effort is going to get a lot of kids off of floors, and continue doing so for decades. Doing something about the suffering around us is never complete, never really enough. And of course, we’ll never get everyone doing their share. But if you look around, it’s remarkable how many are doing something.Happy holidays to you and yours, Demeur. You deserve a better year ahead than the one behind. I can’t give you one, but I can say a small prayer for you and for so many others, and I will.
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