I thought I timed my Stylish Fall 10×10 perfectly. I thought I had the perfect diversity in sleeve lengths, color palette, denim tones. What I thought the weather would be like for these first 10 days in October and what it has been has been two very different things.
**Full disclosure: Thunderpants USA sent me these undies free of charge to review and share with my followers. The following is my honest opinion.** In the world of ethically made and sustainable apparel, it seems basics and undergarments are nearly always tossed by the wayside. My biggest issue is splurging on these items because honestly, … More Wear It Wednesday | Thunderpants USA
I first participated in Dressember in 2014 after moving to California. Our mild winter weather encouraged me to stick with wearing all the dresses in my wardrobe that first year. Since then I’ve been adding Dressember dresses to my wardrobe. I’ve done everything from wearing all my dresses to wearing one single dress for the … More Dressember 2018 | Registration Open
I don’t typically, or haven’t been reviewing Devotional Study books in quite a while. But this one by Ann Spangler called out to me. Less than Perfect is about the ‘broken men & women of the Bible and What we can learn from them’.
Well, I finally made it to Philadelphia! Technically, it was a business trip but I made a whole thing of it because I’d never been before.
With fall in full swing here in Colorado Springs, I have decided to kick off the new season with a 10×10 challenge! It’s easy to join in, pick out 9 or 10 pieces to wear and coordinate for 10 days, I’ll be doing my challenge from October 1 -10th.
I’m rereading The Curated Closet and realized now would be a great time to do a closet assessment as I prepare for my first fall here in Colorado. So, I started by writing down and photographing, in some instances, what I wore for 2 weeks. I took the opportunity to wear as many pieces from … More Wear it Wednesday | My 14 day Style Diary
First and foremost, I selected this book because I LOVE biographical essays and I love them even more than they are composed into a collection, a book all there own. All the Colors We Will See is eloquent and composed, Patrice gently weaves her story with biblical stories and teachings, weaves her story into her … More Finished Reading: All the Colors We Will See by Patrice Gopo
Confession time, as an avid reader I have not read The Time Quintet. Which includes L’Engle’s most popular book, A Wrinkle in Time. I have read her nonfiction work Walking on Water, which I reviewed a while back. (I chuckle that the only book I’ve read by this famous fiction author is a piece of … More Finished Reading: A Light so Lovely – the spiritual legacy of Madeleine L’Engle by Sarah Arthur
I may be a July baby and I know it’s only halfway through August, but fall is my favorite season. It’s not just the pumpkin everything that gets me excited. But it’s the layers, the weight of clothes changes and the tone.