Diagnosis

Thank you all for your kind comments and words the past couple weeks. It has meant so much to me during a time of true fear, nervousness, and uncertainty. I am so grateful to have people in my life, some who I have never ever met ‘in real life,’ who care enough about me to […]

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Health

It has been a while since I posted here, and not all of you have Twitter or Instagram. I have not felt inspired to write – or post any of my drafted posts – lately, as I have been dealing with health issues that seemed to come out of nowhere (or escalate from what I […]

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25 things you did not know about me

Just before the holidays, I read/watched two fun posts from fellow RVA blog, Her Late Night Cravings, about Jayme and Mendi! I do not have the abilities, at least not yet, to do a Vlog like theirs, but I will make a list of the 25 things you might not know about me! 1. I […]

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Obligated to see this movie

I am fairly certain I’m obligated to see this movie: Are you going to see The Five-Year Engagement? Oh, and here is an oldie that I love so much. Blame my mother, born during WWII, as I love all kinds of random music like this one: Check out my latest post from Examiner: Spring 2012 […]

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Bricks

“A successful person is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks that others throw at him or her.” -David Brinkley

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Clueless, A&F and some spring fashion

OOTD: March 29, 2012 by worthystyle featuring jimmy choo shoes LOFT v neck dress$90 – loft.com A P C double breasted trench coat$500 – lagarconne.com Coach cross body handbag$358 – coach.com Gold chain jewelry$500 – tiffany.com CZ by Kenneth Jay Lane cuff jewelry$325 – mytheresa.com Hermes scarve$410 – usa.hermes.com Jimmy choo shoestooklookbook.com Don’t you just love integrating new pieces of your wardrobe into what already exists? That […]

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One of the low points

Let’s stop talking about clothing and wedding stuff for a hot second. I want to share a life experience not a lot of people will have in their life, but they need to respect and understand friends and family that go through this kind of situation. One of the lowest points in my life was […]

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Poll results

Well, the poll results were interesting! No one wants me to write about fashion on here (really?), and I got a majority of votes towards people who want me to write about “Life in general.” “Wedding plans” was a close second place. Thanks for those of you who voted! I hope to start recalibrating my […]

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Taylor: one year later

Courtesy of the Anderson family A year ago you may remember that I was desperately trying to use all social media outlets to find a classmate and friend of mine, Taylor Anderson. She came out of the earthquake unscathed but we lost her in the tsunami in Ishinomaki. She was the first American victim confirmed […]

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Forever Prep

Hello ladies! Well this adorable young man was staring up at me when I got home yesterday. Virginia Living is an incredible magazine that my Mom and I have subscribed to since it was first published several years ago. It reminds me of “W” with its oversize format but the pages are heavy and glossy, […]

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