Three days of doing nothing by the river can do wonders to one's soul. I am still so overwhelmed by the peace I felt there that I have half jokingly announced my seriously considering switching professions and going from fashion fiend to farmer, to which I received loud protests and giggling as a response. I have always been very close to nature, being the one responsible for the gardening at home, and have never been much of a city slicker.. I have the fondest memories of vacationing in our cottage in Austria with my family during summer and winters and picking up fresh milk and eggs from the farm down the road.. walking for hours until we hit the waterfalls and swimming by the lake. Its no wonder every chance I now get, I cant help but run off to the little farm by the river in the middle of the jungle to find some solace..
I came home to a little flood in my inbox. I had completely forgotten that Rosanna featured me for yesterday's Phil. Inquirer. I chased around the island at nearly 5pm hoping to find a copy, to no avail.. luckily Mars (always the rescuer) was able to buy two copies past sunset. Thanks for the feature, Rosanna! You can also read the article online.
I also found out I was nominated for Tongue in Chic's Annual Style Awards, you can vote for me HERE! ♥
After so much excitement, I was ready for a beer or two until I was ready to conk out just past midnight. I have aprons to finish, curtains to make and then its up to me to watch the shop while everyone sails off to Seco Island - I am incredibly jealous, but maybe this is what I get for running off to neverneverland on short notice, haha. I know I also have lots of going through my google-reader to do, so please bear with me, I'm totally on it! x
*wearing striped RenegadeLovers maxi dress, Rayban sunnies