Tuesday, June 28, 2011
I'll start out with some of my favorite BLUE outfits for 4th of July!
Monday, June 27, 2011
My adorable cousins!
SATC2, wish I had all their clothes
3 Monkeys, One of the bars we went to!
Friday was a typical work day and I headed home after work to watch my sisters while my parents are in Europe. I also had to make the dreaded trip to the DMV to renew my liscence. And Saturday night we went to Rio to have dinner and my sisters favorite frozen yogurt. We came home to watch a disappointing USA loss to Mexico in the Gold Cup and went to bed.
Sunday, June 26, 2011
Lilly Pulitzer - Sea & Be Seen Tote
Vineyard Vine's - Jockey Silk Classic Tote
Vineyard Vine's Mint Julep Sunny Day Bag
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Yes it might be a hasle but its as important as your ID. Many places do not accept credit or debit and you never know when you will be in a bind and need some cash.
There are a few basic needs in life, food, water, shelter (and I'll through a few others like medicine and clothes in there) but do not get needs and wants confused. You do not "need" gum or extravagant things when you have no money.
Yea taking the elevator is easy and parking in that front row spot is nice, but when you sit at a desk all day you actually come to cherish some time to shake out your legs (and have a easy calorie burn).
Monday, June 20, 2011
I am all about reality tv, as a product of the 90’s, I grew up watching the birth of reality tv in all its glory …. Or not! Now while I love me some reality tv, I have a soft spot for all those reality game shows. Give me some action, adventure, something besides their day-to-day lives (although I love Real Housewives of OC). I have watched every single episode of Survivor, all 22 seasons and 35 episodes. Yes, I am that girl.
Well my love for Survivor has rubbed off on me, as I am newly obsessed with "Dual Survival." "Dual Survival" is a Discovery Channel wilderness survival documentary tv show similar to Bear Gryll’s "Man vs. Wild." It follows Cody Lundin and Dave Cantebury as they find themselves in a common survival situation and how they get out of it. Cody is the self-proclaimed hippie, going barefoot even in the harshest of climates and Dave, an ex-army meat-lover through some tricky situations.
My dad introduced me to the show and constantly jokes how the show could easily be a drinking game. They constantly warn of the severe dangers of tasks, the likelihood of death, anaphylactic shock, or some other paralyzing danger. While it is very interesting, it is also very funny. They make fun of each other’s very different survival styles and provide laughs along the way. Definitely check it out!