“Walking in extremely high heels is not something that the average woman (or man) will need to do in their everyday life. However, there are times when this skill may be required.” I want to salute the women who balance life, family, and relationships with style and class! Those women who share their experiences with us…who encourage us, inspire us, teach us, make us laugh and basically keep us going! You know who they are! While you read this blog, your family is looking at you wondering what the heck you are laughing about so hard…or why the tissue is necessary for internet browsing. It’s the one that the kids are excited about because a new post means a new craft project or family outing. The one that inspires you to be a better mom, friend, person in general. The one that reminds you that we are all “in this life together” and you’re not the only one going through the hard stuff. The one that you secretly wish your blog was like…
“Heels this high are not meant for clubbing or walking long distances in. They are mainly used for getting from the living room to the bedroom, from the car to the restaurant, or for a short stroll along the catwalk.”
Speaking of Fashion Friday, I went out with some girlfriends last night to a wine bar and to see a movie.
And what movie do you think they wanted to see?
And do you think I saw it again?
If you love Lilly Pulitzer as much as I do, you must enter Trish’s giveaway. She’s giving away a set of Lilly drink umbrellas, an umbrella and a pink and green Lilly beach towel. Hurry, the giveaway ends June 16th.
So I’m sad to say, but I’ll be away from blogging for a week. I’m heading to the mountains of NC with my family. Y’all, I’m so excited to spend time with my parents, the sisters and my little nephew! I’ll miss the hubs, as he won’t be able to join us, but it’ll be a lot of fun to catch-up with the girls. This is the first year ever we haven’t traveled to the beach for our family vacation, but they’ll have a pool there, so it should still be a lot of fun. I’ll be sure to take a gazillion photos for all of you to see, upon arriving home.