We went out on a tall ship to celebrate a friend's birthday. It was so cold on the water, or rather the heat wave earlier in the week had made us overly cocky about how to dress. A highlight was a little girl on a passing boat (the "Esprit Libre") who shouted "Everybody dance now!" at us.
And as you can see in the picture of Alicia, we have given away tote bags to nearly all of our friends at this point, and it always makes me happy to see them in use.
Amanda: Me too!
İpek: I think that I can pull of round glasses since my face is square and large, but I do sometimes feel a bit bug-eyed when I wear them! So I understand!
DEADWEIGHT: The next time I see you you can try on the round sunglasses I got at Topshop, ha! Oh yes, so dark! I love it. I do love the dance vibes though -- Ladytron is a favourite of mine. Can't help it. Just wanna DANCE.
Tynan, Angelica: I'm so glad! And um, wow, you're right! Thanks for passing that along. Wish I could sniff the perfume through my screen.
lavelle: Thank you! I hope you enjoyed!
aldrin, BaronessVonVintage: Agreed!
The S.S. Santiago: Yeah, for sure!
Rizie: Agreed, I loved the show I went to recently. Let's both get the clutch! Twinsies! Ha!
sheila: I always love when you leave me a comment since you're always so sweet! Thank you! And yes, the vieux rose is a good idea -- my white sneakers are filthy from kicking up my bike pedals!
Miss Crowland: Yes! I love Arya, and all her adventures in the later books. I have a feeling the author really loves that character.
nath: I haven't -- but I'll have to check it out!
Ella: I'm glad you like it!
in dreams: The funny thing is that I have the pouch version of that clutch, from last season... but it's pretty different, it's smaller, and it's currently holding all of my makeup. So I can't stop thinking about the new version!
gracia: Thank you!
elissa @ faucethead: Yes!
Meg: I'm glad you enjoyed!
Darcy: Ooh, girl! I've been crazy busy, ha! It's my "new normal," I guess! Thanks for saying hello.
Kristien: Yessssss! I am listening to the books in audio format, since I read them years ago (I must have read Game of Thrones in 1999, when I first started working in a bookstore) and I'm going to be bummed when I get to the end of book four and there are no more audiobooks -- and when I get to the end of book five and have to wait another five years for The Winds of Winter. Not sure what it is about these books that I love so much!
Nome Alone: Aw, well I'm sure there is something else you can pull off very well!