vintage silk mustard blouse: thrift store
Old Navy jumper
vintage child's bomber jacket: thrift store
purse: thrift store
DIY saddle shoes
coin necklace: thrift store
Firstly, I just wanted to say a humongous thank you to all of the amazing comments on my previous post. Not gonna lie, some of them made me a little teary eyed! It makes me so happy to know that people get a kick out of this blog and appreciate my approach to it. I'm also doubly relieved that I come across as a real person and not some head in the clouds, ~i'm a fAsHiONiStA OKAY!!!~ sort of blogger. It ain't like that over here!
Moreover, I really loved reading YOUR experiences with blogging and it was comforting to find out that many of you have thought those thoughts and have chosen to continue to blog your own way, which is how it should be.
So now back to this post. A few weekends ago Grant mentioned that there was a fish fry/ carnival going on in a nearby town and since I'm not one to turn down an opportunity to mack on some fried fish we decided to go. On our way from the parking lot to the actual carnival we saw this crazy semi truck that I think is used to store a lot of the carnival rides. The "Feel the Magic" mural really needs no comment...just look at it!
Anyway, walked around, Grant took some photos, we shared a fish dinner, things got chilly, still hungry, ate a second dinner, went home, watched Food Network. Saturday night for ya.