I see beauty in disaster

“I love vacant beds and crumpled sheets, ladders in tights, and intertwined legs. I love bruised knees and protruding bones, inside out tights, and windows frozen in ice. I find beauty in spirals of smoke. I see beauty in disaster, in the chaos of a litter-strewn room, or a face dripping in tear stained mascara. I can’t explain why I find myself intrigued by these things, i’m beginning to think that theres no need for explanation.” – Unknown

Happy 4

July 4th has been my FAVORITE holiday for as long as I can remember. I love how everyone comes together all day to celebrate our nation’s birthday with their friends and family. Every year it’s a little different for me because recently I’ve always been in different places with different people over the holiday. This year, I’ve been so content spending the day in the amazing weather with our family friends, eating amazing food and getting excited for the fireworks show (in a few minutes!) Below are some pictures that encompass why I am so in love with this holiday; from patriotic interpretations in the […]

Best crown ever

This crown is cropped into the header of this blog (obviously) but I wanted to show the full picture because it is the most a-mazing thing ever.

YUM

Thought I’d capture some amazing foods/drinks I’ve had the past couple of days. Seriously tasted better than the pictures can show! Links: Grand Lux Cafe & John’s Place

Bday queen!

I hope the birthday queen Aimee has a great day! So so excited to celebrate in Chicago this weekend!!!

FWD: What Fathers Day means to me

This was a post from a short blog I kept last summer while I lived in DC. It made me smile today rereading all of the reasons why I appreciate my dad! Absolutely everything I posted last year is how I feel now, but I feel like I have a deeper level of respect and love for my dad now that I am a year older. Enjoy! June 22, 2009 What Fathers Day means to me All day today, I saw families together spending Fathers Day. I think this might be the first Fathers Day that I’m actually not spending with my dad in person. […]