Playing in the fresh Kentucky dirt!
It's a girl! Her name is Sadie. I brought her home with me this trip around. She has no claws (Grrr...) so she needed a home where she could be safe - plus Cache is enamoured with her. Bonus...
On to the real scoop of litter:
The trip was a tough one. My Dad is much better, but my Mom decompensated during the trip and is now in a facility to help her regain her balance and improve her dementia - if there is such a thing. The last trip was full of love and gratitude. This time fear and sorrow seemed to grab a hold. Being a grown-up is tough sometimes. I actually arrived home late last week, but needed a recovery period. Thanks for all your well wishes. You guys really do rock.
While there, I did take time to remove myself from the situation for moments and I thank God for my notebook. I have so many new ideas for the blog, outfit ideas, upcoming interviews, how-to's and possibly a series on Spiritual Style. What do you think - too deep? Nah....
Being a 'mid-life' (for a better word) woman, has new challenges, other than what lipstick might match my unwashed hair some days. Though important - Just sayin...
This house resides across the street from my Parent's house. I know, But - I see potential.
Finish the roof in contrasting colors, ditch the tombstone leaning against the porch
(or use it as a step-up), lose the flag, plant some posies.... Wa-la! Cool ass hippie house.
OOh, and a stained glass window in front to match the roof. There ya go!
I did get into some natural inspiration while there as well.
The moon was awesome!!!
I needed my tri-pod!
Then it got a little freaky....
I couldn't stop...
Blue Sunnies: Dollar General Store $5/Tees: Target /Leggings:Sears /Shirt-Boots:thrifted /Skirt: Gabriel Bros.
It's good to be home :)
Missed you all!