Remembering Memorial Day.
Let’s remember what this day is really all about. Thank you to the men and women who have given everything even their lives to this country we all call home. Thank you to their families and to those that serve today and will decide to serve tomorrow. The two words ‘thank you’ will never be enough but again thank you. Those men and women inspire me everyday to be an amazing person and to know nothing in life is free.
This Friday’s quote is a little different seeing as that it is from a famous artist and not a movie.
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Are there other bloggers out there that love an outfit so much they hoard it and feel like they want to save it for a great day or a day readers will all flock to see it? No? Just me. Well that would be this outfit. That would be this skirt to be more specific.
[Kizzie Klaire photography]
I have a thing about how people talk to other people. Not just on those days where people are being sensitive or touchy or maybe I do mean on those days. Regardless I still do not like it. I wish people would think before they speak. Like my math teacher in high school said think twice act once. I know a good number of people out there are brash-harsh-blunt-snappy but sometimes I find those to be excuses for them just being an ass.
It is Tuesday and I am officially back at work in Alabama. If you do not follow me on social which you should, I just went on my trip for April which was me in Chicago having way to much fun just being in the city of the Chicago Cubs. My love is on another level guys.
I learned a lot on this road trip but the number one thing I learned is my sister really hates the cold and gets very grumpy when you make her take photos of you in the cold. At least they turned out good Madds. Though she will probably never take photos for me again unless its blazing hot outside.