So first off, Christmaas rocked out and I got loads of awesome things. And some Christmas money with which I let myself buy this sweet new purse.
Also, I took a vacation from work this week and a (sort of) accidental hiatus from all things even remotely purposeful, even the blog-o-sphere. It was a wonderful little hiatus, full of video games, naps, and X-men:Evolution (on instant view), and loads of socializing with friends who are only in town a few weeks every year.
But before the year ends I wanted to do a little review of my blogging year. I started this blog as a sort of experiment in positive thinking. I needed a creative outlet to experiment with some positive thinking exersices. Which is why if you look back to the very beginning this blog was basically a gratitude list full of drawings. But over the course of about nine months it developed into a fashion/lifestyle blog, and I’ve met some of the most fantastic people online. I already feel I’ve developed some great friendships. And I’m hoping that will continue through the NEXT year.
From thrifted painting to graphic art. I still smile every time I look at this piece in our bedroom.
The dusty pink ballet slippers. They were an $8 impulse buy at Old Navy and they turned into my favorite shoes for the year. Wore them all over.
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My new, new, new blog layout. I’ve only been blogging about 9 months and I’ve already rolled through about 4 unique blog layouts. This one is definitely the best… so far… there will be others, I really like designing/developing layouts. It still needs a couple tweaks but I’ll get them in.
Going to Florida with Curly-haired-boy and two of our good friends shared a condo in Panama City. It was loads of goofing off, loads of swimming, and loads of fun!
Labor day picnic at Bernheim Forest with curly-haied-boy and the dog.
Time lapse decoration video of me decorating the apartment. This was a lot of fun so I’m already looking into purchasing an add on to my camera that lets me take these at a better resolution. The guy at the camera store told me he didn’t know what that was, and that ‘most cameras’ have a setting for it. I don’t think that’s true.