Saturday, August 22, 2009

Knowledge of what is possible is the beginning of happiness.......George Santayana (1863-1952)

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Oh the gift of another gloriously beautiful day!!!

My dear husband was kind enough to take my three children up to the cabin all by himself for the weekend. I get to stay home and chill (quietly), get some projects done,(uninterrupted) and use the weekend to unwind my mind. (Lucky girl I am!) Not much to my outfit, simple and comfy, yet perfect for today.

Cutoffs: Seven for all Mankind
Belt: thrifted
Tank: Gap
Tee: Abercrombie
Shoes: Dansko
Bracelet: the safety pin one is a homemade gift from my daughter, the beaded one was made by a local vendor here...I actually bought it at the Alaska Zoo gift shop!

Here are a couple detail shots, what do you think....should I continue or stick with just the head to toe shots?

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This quote grabbed me at first but when I really started thinking about it and put it into play as far as my life goes, there are so many times and areas that I had and still do have the forethought of what could be. The part I miss the boat on is that action and change have to be put into effect on MY part BEFORE I can make "what could be" a reality. I think this quote needs an addendum: I believe that what YOU do with the knowledge of what is possible, could be the beginning of happiness OR the beginning of misery. Does this make sense to any of you? What do you think?


  1. I like the detail shots and I like this outfit on you. Simple yet sexy. How do you get in such good shape?

  2. Love that belt and your backgrounds are always beautiful or edgy....makes me want to live in Alaska. Have a nice weekend!

  3. I want to move to AK too! Cute outfit, love the bracelets!! I like the detail shots.

  4. I am indeed. Anchorage. My Dad has a Cessna 180, so I've spent all my life around planes. I love them.

    I've been trying to find fashion bloggers in AK but it seems like there is a terrible dearth of them. Not that this surprises me, but, so it goes. Glad to find another Alaskan.

    Where are you at in AK?

  5. pretty colors in your accessories!

    i agree that it could be misery. especially if you think you need to change some things in your life that you have been putting off.

  6. i'm a big fan of detail shots! keep 'em coming!


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