I heard (a non-verified fact) this week, you can easily get more emotional on planes because of the altitude. Even without the altitude this past month, I’ve found myself with eyes brimming unexpectedly every few days. This post, I’ve got tears in my eyes and a smile on my face.Read More
The top ten best song choices for 2019 Wedding First Dances. Music moves me so deeply and connects me to moments. So I knew choosing a first dance song for us would be one of the biggest decisions I made for our wedding.Read More
A first timer’s (and outsiders) Comic Con experience. I was fascinated by cosplayers’ devotion to their homemade costumes and emotional connections to their cosplay character. If I had to pick three words to describe my interactions with the Lubbockon community, I’d choose: Community, empowerment, and acceptance. There was a real sense of belonging and admiration in this Comic Con world. And I really loved that.Read More
After so much waiting, praying, pro and con weighing, and decision-making… we’ve finally decided to move to New York City. Brett will be starting a Classics doctoral program at Columbia in August. While I haven’t fully landed on what I’ll pursue while we’re there, I’m pumped on the options I have (continuing my business will definitely be something I will keep doing… I love working with star-crossed lovers on their weddings and vows).Read More
It’s Coachella this week, so I thought I’d share this Mushroom print by my fave Etsy artist, Shannon Kirsten. Also, on carousel display are my OLLLDD SCHOOL Coachella Instagram snapshots from 2012. I didn’t even know what Coachella was when my brother invited me to go. I had the time of my life.Read More
One of my favorite lines from Mean Girls (one of my all time favorite movies and musicals) is when Gretchen yells at Regina “YOU CAN’T SIT WITH US!”.
That line is so iconic. And hilarious. And Ridiculous. And you’ve probably had it yelled at you before by someone sarcastic like me.
But the “you can’t sit with us” mentality is totally something I see in my generation and the generation I mentor.Read More