Closed v. Open toed
These say they are silver. They look more magical rainbow silver to me. I’m having a serious Christian Louboutin phase. What about these shoes in black?
Or sling back?
I think in my make believe world where I can afford shoes like this, I’ll also pick up these rainbow ones just for days where I feel “blah” and want to cheer myself up:
and days I want to pretend I’m Dorthy from Wizard of Oz:
Yes, in make believe land I play dress up. Till then, I’ll just looking at beautiful, glittery, red soled amazingness.
Just lookin’, that’s it. Not thinking about it. Swear.
I love this outfit. I wish I wore skirts.
……yeah. I love this man. He takes silly pictures just for me :D BCG’s!
Martha Stewart’s Cookies and Cream Cheesecakes
I’m making these tasty babies on Sunday afternoon. I found the recipie here.
OM NOM NOM NOM.
The Angel Oak is a Southern live oak tree located in Angel Oak Park, in Charleston, South Carolina, on Johns Island, one of South Carolina’s Sea Islands. It is estimated to be in excess of 1400 years old, stand 65 ft (20 m) tall, measure 9 ft (2.7 m) in diameter, and shade with its crown an area of 17,000 square feet (1,600 m2). Its longest limb is 89 feet (27 m) in length. The tree and surrounding park have been owned by the city of Charleston since 1991.
The Angel Oak is thought to be one of the oldest living organisms east of the Mississippi River. Angel Oak stands on part of Abraham Waight’s 1717 land grant. The oak derives its name from the Angel estate, although local folklore told of stories of ghosts of former slaves would appear as angels around the tree.The tree has become a significant tourist attraction.
It has survived countless hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, and human interference. Angel Oak was damaged severely during Hurricane Hugo in 1989 but has since recovered.
Acorns from the Angel Oak have grown to produce authentic direct-offspring trees. Live oaks generally remain short in proportion to their outward growth.
Rodney took me here on the way from New Jersey to Ft. Benning, Georgia. I had wanted to see the tree since I was a little girl. It was so tall, I can not even begin to explain how HUGE this tree way. I kid to Rodney that I’d like to one day get married under Angel Oak. It’s survived through everything, much like our love. It is also about halfway between NJ and FL, so a good place for both family/friends to join. Also, I love love love Charleston, it’s an amazingly beautiful city.
This is so great. So well put together.
I swear I don’t daydream about weddings or anything… but this was too cute not to post. It would be perfecto for save the dates or thank you cards. Or invi’s!
I love Craft pudding she honestly starting my whole stamp carving obbession. :D
I just watched this for ten minutes.
I’ve been playing with the umbrella theme for a layout for awhile. I really like how there is hearts underneath. I need to finally figure out wordpress and make the switch.