Saturday, May 30, 2015


Shirt - Thrifted // Skirt - Charlotte Russe // Necklace - Modcloth // Tights - Walmart // Shoes - Rocket Dog // Jacket - Thrifted

I think these are the last photos from the trip to Virginia. The lighting was nice when we went to Monticello so I took some senior pictures of Laura too! 

We did a few tours, which were great, and the house was absolutely beautiful! There were a lot of books as well. I even bought a mug with the Thomas Jefferson quote "I cannot live without books," combining my love of mugs and books. 

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Pictures from Virginia

Well, it's the middle of finals week! I'm basically done with my projects--I really just have to turn things in. Anyways, here are a few random pictures from the trip to Virginia!

Dress - Hem and Thread // Belt - Body Central // Tights - Walmart // Shoes - Thrifted

On Thursday we went horseback riding.

This was the view right outside the window!

And this is my family's vehicle. Nothing says "homeschool family" quite like a big white van.

Saturday, May 2, 2015


Skirt - Modcloth // Shirt - Merona // Cardigan - JCPenney // Shoes - Rocket Dog // Tights - Walmart // Necklace - Modcloth

What's sleep? It's finals week and sleep is something I'm looking forward to when this is all over.

Anyways, here are a few more pictures from the trip I took to Virginia. This is from the day we went to DC. We started out by going to the National Archives (which is the reason we decided to watch National Treasure when we got home that evening). After that we split up and three of my siblings (Laura, C, and M) went with me. We ended up going through several museums. Then we got a snack and sat on a bench in the mall to people watch. I found out later that in the same amount of time, the rest of my family only went to one museum--and that's why I'm so glad we divided into groups.

I'll leave you guys with these last two pictures from the Natural History Museum's gift shop. C's expression is just amazing and I think I look like I have a brain slug (Futurama) on my head.