I Bid Thee Adieu
This weekend I’m heading home for the final wedding reception of the season. Though it will no doubt be a blast, I can’t help but feel a tinge of sadness. No more bouquets and boutonnieres. No more dresses and DJ’s. No more tears and tulle. Atleast for a little while. Ohhh, parting is such sweet sorrow.
I have the tendency to overanalyze things. Who? What? Why? Where? When? Summaries don’t suit me. I want all of the juicy details. But, occasionally, it’s nice to just stick with the basics, like ABC:
Earlier this week, my mom and I were having our nightly gabfest when she said something that struck a nerve, “Your blog has had a lot of fashion on it lately. I don’t get in to that.” It dawned on me that The Lawyerette is missing something. Thus far, I’ve only focused on couture fashion. Of course, Louis, Christian and Karl will always be my favorite men, but...
Bread - I can’t wait to tell Dotmama, otherwise known as QHB (Queen of Homemade Bread), that I baked my first loaf yesterday. Though it was a wee bit messy, my husband and guests seemed to enjoy it. And, I learned a new cooking tidbit. Bread bakes more consistently in a stainless steel pan, rather than a glass pan. Who knew? I do now!
On rare occasion, I have a weekend filled with nothingness. Aren’t those the best? Matt and I slept in, ran a few errands and watched 3 movies. I feel refreshed and ready to conquer the world, starting with this week’s capricious collection:
Lately, the fashion, interior design and wedding scenes have been flooded with floral prints. And, surprisingly, it’s a good thing. Out with the circa 1980’s dusty rose patterns. In with the romantic, graphic and (dare I say) modern motifs. Don’t believe me? Take a look:
I am so over it, and by “it,” I mean Summer. Of course, I’d feel differently if I could spend the scorching hot days lounging poolside or floating at the lake. Unfortunately, that’s not the life that I live. So, I’m anxious for cool breezes, fun scarves and Red Raider football. To tide me over, I’ve been perusing the Fall / Winter 2011 collections. Here are...