My tennis shoes.
|These are actually my first pair of Nikes. I'm usually a New Balance kind of girl.|
My flip flops, both made by Reef. Please ignore the sock imprint on my feet! Also, please give me props for the toenail art- I did it myself! With a toothpick! Apparently it is very rare to find a professional that can do it here in Cape Town.
|My casual flip flips.|
|My "dressy" flip flops. Not so fancy now that they got wet :(|
Moving across the world with jewelry leaves a bit of a quandary. Do you bring it all? Do you leave it all in storage? I did a bit of both, bringing some stuff I cared about and some, not so much. I’ve taken a few pictures of the pieces that I love and have with me here.
|Handmade saguaro with silver/turquoise. Something to remind me of home.|
|I love Bulova watches. I even wore one at my wedding!|
|A necklace made out of a spoon. Bought at the 4th Avenue Street Fair.|
|Something my father gave me. It has peridot. I wish I had brought something my mother gave me.|
This next one is a Christmas piece that my hubby bought for me from Olive Bungalow. I picked it out for myself- have you ever done this? I'm just so particular...
There is a "bad husband story" that needs to be told. He bought it, fully wrapped, just before we went out to dinner and he was so excited to see it that he opened it, MY PRESENT, in front of me at the restaurant. Then he made me wait until Christmas to get it. Has this ever happened to you? I didn't think so. I'm pretty sure that I will be telling this for years to come....
|It is so unique because it is one piece of stone, doesn't it look like a painting?!|
|The back of the pendant.|
Thanks for looking!
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P.S.: Hubby’s blog can be found here.
Song of the day: Dedicated to the hubby because he is such a good sport!
Loving you is Easy by Sarah McLachlan: