My favorite travel companion- a little Mademoiselle in the purse!
(Source: queenofclassy, via queenofclassy)
A little clementine pop with these lovely heels.
Sole Society has become a new obsession…
Stumbled onto their site through a few fashion blogs and can’t get enough. Thinking I’ll allocate some of my monthly paycheck to these bad boys…and probably these.
Breakfast Quinoa a la Martha Stewart.
Part of my new healthy girl menu.
Bruschetta Chicken, what what!
Spring has sprung.
It’s time for sandals, light dresses and frisbee. It’s time for days along the Potomac, back yard BBQ’s and warm nights at the National’s park.
Now I will hope for a serious dose of patience to get me through all of the annoying tourists that flood the city…GO HOME PEOPLE!
Just kidding. Enjoy DC.
A gloomy view of the boardwalk in Ocean City, Maryland.
Mini Cadbury Eggs
One of the best Easter treats.
And, it turns out I can eat an entire bag on my own! Add that to my hefty PEEP consumption and I might have an explanation as to why my little black shift dress ripped on the seams at my hip on Wednesday.
Is there a correlation here?
Win/Lose you choose.
I got so much fresh air on Saturday I was almost ill.
It was incredible to get out of the city and explore one of the most biologically diverse parks in the country.
Great Falls, VA.
St. Paddy’s day brought all of the usual scenarios this year:
Green beer, mismatched outfits, corned beef, marathon party hopping and lots of booze.
Just when I thought everything was going along like it always does on these predictable holidays, we noticed a group of deaf girls at one of our St. Paddy’s stops. Being the worldly women we are, we utilized our sign knowledge to ask if they wanted to do a shot of whiskey with us.
Makes sense, right?
Here’s how you do it: Take both of your hands and make the official rocker symbol and then stack your two ‘rock on’s’ to point in opposite directions. Like this.
They were very sweet and asked us to be in their movie they were filming for class. We of course helped out, and played a small role in their day’s festivities.
Who says you can’t cut through the crap and get through to each other?