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Monday, May 31, 2010

Time is all around (part 2)



First of all, it seems that we have gained several new readers over the weekend, so I just wanted to say hello to you all! I'm delighted you've joined us. I hope you're having better Memorial Day weather than we have here - it's been gray and rainy all day, with the occasional thunderstorm to spice things up. Normally, I absolutely adore storms, but the abrupt change in weather has given me a terrific headache. What bad luck!

Our house-hunting plans have come to an abrupt halt, sadly - not all of the girls are able to afford it at the moment. I'm still hoping to move out, though. It may be a little bit crazy (I don't have a steady job at the moment) but I'm determined to do it. I have a job for the school year - I'll be a writing consultant at my university - so I just need to make it through the summer.

I can't believe I'll be entering my senior year of college. How did that happen? More and more lately, I've been getting the question, "What do you plan to do after graduation?" And I never know what to say. I've been kicking around a few ideas in my head, but I think I'll address that in a future post...

Speaking of posting, I think I'm going to try to get on a more regular blogging schedule. I want to have regular outfit posts, inspiration posts, and store updates...because I've been getting a lot done so that it'll be ready soon! I'm so excited. I may also do occasional features of little spots around the Grand Rapids area...what do you think?

I'll leave you with the second half of the photoshoot I posted on Friday. In case anyone was wondering about the clothes - most of them are Esther's, except for the dress I'm wearing, and I'm fairly certain that each and every item was thrifted. We started out with a slightly 1940's-ish inspiration, but we had to throw in some boho, of course.





















6 comments:

MarieBayArea said...

lovely spring fashion story. beautiful clothes. and all the ladies look so fresh and pretty.

Norah Salvatore said...

I think this is the most stunning photoshoot I have ever seen. In the least creepy way of saying this, if it were an editorial in a magazine like frankie, I would have ripped out all the images and hung them on my wall :) The clothes, the beautiful girls, the scenery, the softness, yet sharpness of the photos and the contrast...

Just perfection.
I'm very glad I found your blog on Saturday night, it makes me ever so giddy.
Please check out mine if you have the chance, darling girls.
I would adore hearing from such talented blogger/photographers.

Much love,
Norah xxxx

Norah Salvatore said...

Oh and PS- your bunny story made me gush with a cuteness overload! It's a shame about that darned cat, though! :(
xx

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Shallow Mallow said...

Beautiful pics. Damn you girls look great in those outfits!

grace juillet samosir said...

I do love your blog :)

Lauren Moyer said...

This is absolutely amazing! Beautiful!