It's for the best that I'm not marrying Don Draper, but I can still have my fiance dress like him. Gray suit, white shirt, black tie.
Ben: I should have worn my bow-tie. Tom: It's okay, I still love you. <--- THIS.
It's pictures like these that make me want my boy early.. So I can enjoy Christmas with him <3
Thought I wanted a white kitchen but I'm loving this grey! - I wonder if a color like this would work in my kitchen, since I have white
for little miss lui
I probably have this somewhere but it's time to bring it back out so I can wear my scarves! different ways to tie scarves!
Vintage dress c. 1950 I really wish people still wore dresses like this!!!! I want one. Well I have some already but want more. I think I'm buying a new des for my friend Nadia's wedding
I want this EXACT outfit
Oh my lanta..i may have jus found the perfect one:) Gray suit with mint tie and blush pink flowers for the boutonni
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Baby Jack Skellington... Makes me want to have a little boy just so I can dress him like this for halloween!
My mom sewed a blue heart on the inside slip of my dress. It was from a shirt of my Dad's. It was a great something blue, and a way to have him close on my wedding day. A little bit like this picture.
Beautiful sweet Lolita dress is always the best friends of girls who are still in school. If you love Lolita dress, you cannot miss this beautiful school girl Lolita dress! Classic white black with lovely trumpet short sleeves and the naughty tie and lovely bows adds extra beauty to this cute school girl Lolita dress. White skirt with layers of ruffles and lace trims make you like the mysterious fairy in the shrubs. The black top as the tuxedo shirt design make the wear more attractive. Pretty dress, Pretty girl.Includes dress and underskirt.Long sleeves shirt is not included.
I'm starting to look for ideas for colors, so here's the start. I've always like the fact that I can have a black and red wedding.
marry me in nyc
Another new dress... I'm thinking I like black :) Patagonia dresses are the best - comfortable, forgiving and ready for anything.
Elizabeth Smart speaks on human trafficking -CSMonitor.com "I thought, 'Oh, my gosh, I'm that chewed up piece of gum, nobody re-chews a piece of gum, you throw it away.' And that's how easy it is to feel like you know longer have worth, you know longer have value" "Why would it even be worth screaming out? Why would it even make a difference if you are rescued? Your life still has no value." Smart says children should be educated that "you will always have value and nothing can change that."
What is this all about? I am not a sick girl. I have MS. I do not consider that "sick". I do have problems, but who doesn't? I do not handle my MS like I'm sick, no disrespect for those who have it worse than me. I cannot live like I'm sick because my body would be even worse to me. I am as positive as I can be.
All of the sudden I'm the asshole walking around saying things like: nope she doesn't watch that, she doesn't eat that, she doesn't play with those, we don't sing Hannah Montana songs, she doesn't eat candy for breakfast. It goes on and on. The things going on the shelves in America marketed to kids is creating a bitterness inside me that I can't quite control. I wanted to write this post so I could let off some steam and have a laugh and all it did was get me discouraged. I hate that as parents we are put in the position to look like assholes for saying no to things that just aren't good for them. I don't want my daughter to resent me because I didn't let her drink sugar water with red dye in it, or let her wear makeup when she is 4, or dress up like a princess because it's her job to be pretty. When the kids are outside playing in the pool, or fishing at the lake, or outside in general just rolling around in grass or splashing in puddles I feel like they can just be kids. I feel like we are all happiest. None of this requires toys, or an appropriate color scheme or movie theme, it's just fun. They get to just play. So I suppose we will stay outside.
Corkboard calendar - I like that you can pin tickets and invites right on the board - now this is clever - pity the pin linked to spam. Have deleted the link but kept the pin cause it's still a cool idea. Will try and find the original source
I'm making this tonight...it's the BEST white chicken chili that I've ever had. I do add my own touches to the recipe though. I do a 1/2
Designer wrote: I wanted to try something different this time, I'm not sure if I like it or not... XDDD However it's Tessa Gray from The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare. I'm completely fall in love with the atmosphere of this book ** Technical: Watercolors,black pastel and black marker
Feel The Love❤always loved pooh bear! I still have the Eeyore that Alison got me for my birthday. It's wonderful to feel love - to know you are truly loved. I'm lucky that I've been loved by so many people - friends, family, furry family
With an ombre like gray and black two tone tie dye look these high waist fold down leggings have a vintage bohemian look you can rock with boots for a very on trend look! $26.99
Great for all fitness levels Work out at your own pace Supersweatin’ workouts to new versions of these hits from the 70s and 80s: Best of My Love Lady Marmalade Hooked on a Feeling That’s the Way (I Like It) Love Machine I’m Your Boogie Man Mandy Listen to the Music Close to You I Wanna Dance With Somebody Let’s Hear It for the Boy True Colors Like a Virgin Hit Me With Your Best Shot Mickey If I Could Turn Back Time Shake It Up New Attitude Lean On Me Workouts don’t have to be boring – let Richard Simmons be your “Boogie Man”! Boogie Down the Pounds and Party Away the Pounds are Richard’s Supersweatin’ dance DVDs, where you can lose weight while having fun to great oldies! Join him and his terrific cast of people and get “Hooked on a Feeling” of fitness as you lose weight with Richard’s personal style of encouragement. These DVDs include everything you loved from my original Sweatin’ series – great music, easy dance moves and lots of fun – but this time choreographed to pumped-up versions of your favorite hits from the 70s and 80s, songs that make you want to get up and dance! Includes warm-up, workout and cool down. 55 minutes each. Made in the USA. $24.98
Craftberry Bush: Mason Blue Glass Canning Jar DIY Love this idea for "painting" the glassware at my wedding for the candy table- it's a softer look but still fits very well with my vintage theme. I'm going to pick up some glue and try this out! I will, of course, be painting from the outside so I can still use the inside for candy.
Great for all fitness levels Work out at your own pace Supersweatin’ disco workout to new versions of these 70s hits: Best of My Love Lady Marmalade Hooked on a Feeling That’s the Way (I Like It) Love Machine I’m Your Boogie Man Mandy Listen to the Music Close to You Workouts don’t have to be boring – let Richard Simmons be your “Boogie Man”! Boogie Down the Pounds is Richard’s Supersweatin’ Disco DVD, where you can Boogie Down the Pounds with him! Join him and his terrific cast of people and get “Hooked on a Feeling” of fitness as you lose weight with Richard’s personal style of encouragement. Boogie Down The Pounds includes everything you loved from my original Sweatin’ series – great music, easy dance moves and lots of fun – but this time choreographed to pumped-up versions of your favorite ’70s hits, songs that make you want to get up and dance! You don’t have to just “Listen to the Music,” now you can get up and boogie down. Make the decision for a new and healthier you! Includes warm-up, workout and cool down. 55 minutes. Made in the USA. $14.98
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The James Bond like special agent looks out across the snow and sees the explosion he caused. This is an amazing one color print with illustrated detail that draws you in. Black on white shows a scenic snapshot like a still for a 007 movie. I spy with my little eye you rocking that awesome tee.
BM WESTCOTT NAVY 1624 "This iron gray has a little blue in it, and that tinge of color gives it more depth. It's not just a dead black. And then you can bring in a brighter color and have fun with it. It's pretty with my yellow chairs." - KATIE RIDDER: BENJAMIN MOORE WESTCOTT NAVY 1624
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