Summer is half way over but we still have many, many hot days ahead of us. It’s best that we dress for them! Sadly, finding the right shorts has been a legit struggle for me this year. Most of them are too short, and then the rest are too long. Everything either made me feel a teeny bit trampy, or a whole lot of old.
Happy Cinco de Mayo! I considered doing this whole post in Spanish but then I figured that would just be frustrating for everyone. Plus, my jokes are nowhere near as chucklicious in a foreign language. Instead, let’s talk Cinco de Mayo style! Check out these Latin inspired looks that you can rock while you serve enchiladas and don margaritas on your deck later. cinco de
Mother’s Day is right around the corner. I want to go on a cruise. No one is gonna let that happen. Instead I will likely get to walk around the mall and look at stores everyone else in my family hates while DudeDad gives the Dudes the don’t-you-dare-whine-it’s-Mother’s-Day eyes. And then they will take me to lunch where I will order a salad and a
Happy Easter, to those of you celebrating. We had a lovely day in the sun, gardening and smoking a chicken on the deck while The Dudes played ball and ran themselves filthy in the yard most of the day. My belly is full and I can hardly move (gardening is hard work y’all, for reals) but I am happy for this wonderful day. Even if
Being trendy is not one of my life goals. I like to be stylish. And, to accomplish that end, I sometimes allow trends into my daily style. I think it’s fun, and it keeps me young, in my mind anyway (see post on sneaker wedges). But often, probably because I have taste and a muffin top, the current trends just don’t work for me. As
I bought #1 his first adult sized shirt this week. He’s officially outgrown the children’s department and is the size of a small-ish man. Just this past New Year’s Eve he was shorter than me. Two months ago, I was still looking down at him. Okay, like not down, down, but definitely straight across. Sort of eye to eye-ish.