Baby It’s Cold Outside

If you know me you know I love to go thrifting or antiquing; vintage clothes is genuinely one of the keys to my heart. Locally there is an Antique Mall where I found these brown and black houndstooth high waisted pant which are a little big but it’s nothing a belt can’t fix, purchased for only ten dollars heck I have no room to complain. Worn with a nineties style Adidas crop and sandals, this became one of my favorite outfits for my coffee dates with friends.  This is just a small taste of the various styles that expresses who … Continue reading Baby It’s Cold Outside

Building Who You Are

As a kid and young adult I was defined and active and lazy all in the same sentence. I enjoyed the numerous of sports that I took part in but never liked school clubs. Outside of sports, friends and neighborhood activities like bike riding or hide and go seek (my all time favorite thing to play outside), I was a TV kid who loved shows whether it was next to my grandpa watching old westerns or trying to agree with my sister what should be on; the TV consumed me for years and I never saw it as a problem. … Continue reading Building Who You Are

Off to The Big Easy

It started out when Elton John planned his last tour; as someone who is extremely into his work, voice and talent, no part of me wanted to miss my only opportunity to see him live. Like usual, I planned every detail of a trip to Washington D.C. for a weekend from the Air b&b, brunch, and dinner places including the pricey nosebleed seats l was looking at purchasing. Without booking a thing I sat on it for a couple of days and anxiously thought about how much money I was about to spend on a two day trip. I quickly … Continue reading Off to The Big Easy