Enjoy your 4th, ‘merica. Go start a revolution.
Yes Please! Rock your beautiful self!
This morning, as I was perusing my Facebook timeline, I happened upon an article that a lovely friend shared. It was entitled “24 Things Women Should Stop Wearing After Age 30”, and it triggered Maximum Eye-Rolling from everyone who took the time out to read it.
Written by Kallie Provencher for RantChic.com, this “article” (I use the term loosely) highlighted things such as “leopard print”, “graphic tees”, and “short dresses” (because “By this age, women should know it’s always better to leave something to the imagination”). Kallie, it seems, has a number of opinions on what women over 30 should and shouldn’t be doing, having also penned “30 Things Women Over 30 Shouldn’t Own” and “20 Pictures Women Over 30 Need To Stop Posting Online”. (What is this magical post-30 land where women are suddenly not allowed to do or own so many things?!)
Motivated by Kallie’s “article”, I decided to…
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This weekend, Yoder Husband’s mom is up for a visit to our place in the Twin Cities, which means we get to play “tourist” in our own town. And,
not to brag, but we have a pretty fabulous town. Lucky us!
Come along for the ride, and enjoy this “Minne”-Showcase of this weekend’s events. Continue reading
National Macaroon Day. It’s a thing. Who knew? What a happy coincidence that we just happened to have macaroons on hand. Honestly, who has macaroons on hand?
Every now and again, the heavens smile down with a simple, sweet, & serendipitous blessing.
Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Eye Spy
Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Close Up
In an effort to flex my photography muscles, I’m going to start participating in The Daily Post’s Photo Challenge. Feel free to join the party.
This week, share an image that has two clear halves, literally or figuratively. You could focus on composition…and take a photo with an explicit dividing line (either vertical, horizontal, or diagonal). Or take the theme in other directions: zoom in on a pair of objects that together form a whole. Show two people whose demeanor or personality complement each other. Or bring into balance two opposing visual elements — light and dark, color and its absence, sharp focus juxtaposed with blurriness.