“I’m a concert pianist. That’s a pretentious way of saying I’m… unemployed at the moment.”

Take me Downtown | In a World of Bees | Kizzie Klaire Photography

Take me Downtown | In a World of Bees | Kizzie Klaire Photography Take me Downtown | In a World of Bees | Kizzie Klaire Photography Take me Downtown | In a World of Bees | Kizzie Klaire Photography Take me Downtown | In a World of Bees | Kizzie Klaire Photography Take me Downtown | In a World of Bees | Kizzie Klaire Photography Take me Downtown | In a World of Bees | Kizzie Klaire Photography

{top: Forever 21 old | skirt: Banana Republic | heels: Kate Spade via TJMaxx |
purse: Rebecca Minkoff | monogram: 9th and Elm | sunnies: Le Specs via Shopbop}

Photos by Kizzie Klaire Photography

I love the cityscapes of Birmingham behind me, I think we might need to go back to this area a few times Kizzie. I also think I have overcome the fear of taking photos in front of people yes I my shy away when they walk by or laugh at myself but that is going to happen all the time. I felt very lady like and large in this outfit. I am also ready to cut my hair and learn how to actually style it. Life right now is crazy and all I want to do is crawl into a bed and think it all through. If I thought last month had so many things happening so does December to the point where my room hasn’t been cleaned since Thanksgiving and looks like a laundry bomb went off. But at least they are all clean right!

But with everything happening I feel myself becoming stronger because I know deep down that is what God wanted me to learn from this. I have also learned that life is fleeting life is short and if I want to do anything with it I should just go ahead and do it. So you will be seeing a lot more changes and posts here because I am ready. Ready to invest. Ready to try new things. Ready to make connections! I  hope you are ready to see where I go to next! Thank you for being with me this far! signature


“I’m a concert pianist. That’s a pretentious way of saying I’m… unemployed at the moment.” – An American in Paris, 1951

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