As I mentioned here , Cheekwood is having a special on admission ($.50/person until the end of January!!) and I HAD to take advantage of it!
The gift shop was our first stop, and although I normally despise crafty weird objects that have no purpose, I fell in love with a few.
B for bitch!
C. liked the glass blown jellyfish thingies
I regret not bringing this little guy home with me. Such a character!
And oh my gosh, these windchimes! If you’ve got an extra $85-$150, these windchimes won’t ding you into sheer misery, but croon and moan their way into your heart! Seriously, I’d never heard a windchime that sang such a lovely song before.
My lovely mother
“I don’t have a reflection!”
Vintage bag, boots, coat, sweater and dress. AA leggings and heart shaped sunnies from Pre To Post Modern
The Faberge collection was exquisite and the grounds were beautiful (even in the freezing winter). Everyone, go! It’s fifty cents! You don’t have much time left!
When your mother buys herself an ugly (albeit comfy) nightgown at Dollar General, you make fun on her. And then you make fun of her more when she shrinks it to half of it’s original size. And then she gives it to you and you wear it for 24 hours straight. And that, my friends, is when she makes fun of you.
vintage dress, betsey johnson tights, nine west wedges, piano key watch (doesn’t work)
It was FIFTY-FIVE DEGREES today!
I had such a lovely Sunday yesterday!
Went to drunch and had a delicious cajun benedict at The Germantown Cafe
Looks gross, right?
Wore one of my favy Christmas presents EVER (a dress from my darling P.)
Vintage Mardi Gras 60’s dress, vintage stockings, vintage Walter Steiger pumps
Met up with a dear old friend at Pre To Post Modern to dress her for a sexy, sexy date.
Had lots and lots of coffee while doing a puzzle with The Boy’s mom.
And saw The Red Shoes at the Belcourt .
If you’ve not seen this late 40’s film, YOU MUST GO NOW! The costumes are exquisite!
And then to Waffle house for more grits!
Every good day begins and ends with grits.
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