Saturday, February 26, 2011

Sex et viginti

Top: JCPenney
Jeans: Walmart
Flats: Banana Republic

If this were a regular post, I'd title it "Hippie on a Mission" because I look a bit too Woodstock for my own good AND I actually walked down a giant hill and and braved hundreds of gum drops (see picture) to bring you these photos. These pictures were also taken on the property on which I live. I'm in the process of sniffing out 13 acres' worth of photo locations and fortunately there was a fence post right there. Perfect, right?

Other positive news: Aside from persistent buzz, my camera is fully operational with a few smacks of the palm. I'm pretty sure the problem is with the lens operator, so on Tuesday it's off to the camera doctor.

Kayla of Freckles in April recently posted about her internal struggle with 30 for 30, and I agree. Much as I'm ready to wear something from the rest of my closet--I swear I heard my cardigan collection crying for attention yesterday--it feels like there are so many more ways to wear my 30 that I haven't tried yet. I guess that's a good sign?

Sorry, lots of words. See y'all tomorrow!


  1. I had a terrible time with my 30 for 30, so I just changed it into a 22 for 22. Oh well. I think you look wonderfully hippie- LOVE IT.

  2. 22 for 22 is just as good, and maybe even harder since you only have 22 pieces!

    I've decided that 30 for 30 is not for everyone--I've had quite a few people tell me "oh I do that all the time" and then I say it includes shoes and the shrink back a little. Then I say you shouldn't repeat outfits and they shrink a little more. And then I hit them where it hurts--no buying anything--and they melt into the floor. I've had to scrape people out of the carpet. I think it's a lot like college, a great idea that would benefit many but isn't the perfect fit for all!

    & thank you! A little hippie can't hurt :)