Being a blogger, I find myself unable to resist taking photos of the odd things that come into my life. And eventually they pile up and become a blog post….
Proof that I’m not the only one that gets a little too carried away in the virtual world sometimes….I received this bill in the mail the other day:I wonder how many people slid that bill up under their mouse and clicked, and clicked, and clicked…
I was driving through the beautiful suburb of Mountain Brook the other day, passing street after street of huge, gorgeous, fancy houses, and then all of a sudden, I found myself in front of this power pole:
A wreath. On a power pole. And an ugly one at that. Luckily not hung over the “Danger Do not Touch: High Voltage” sign.
…Which reminded me quite distinctly of my nomination for the tackiest mailbox that I saw last year, also in Mountain Brook.
“Half a Hummer” – not sure if they’re still proud of that, now that Hummers are going to be extinct…
Then again, maybe this book will answer all of her questions, thereby getting her to finally QUIT hammering us with questions every night about what we’ll be doing after she goes to sleep, and “will there be laughing??”
I took a lot of heat on my views of Vera Bradley purses being oddly old-looking to be a teenage trend, but I saw a visual at the Galleria the other day that proves my point exactly.
If you and your Great-Grandmother can proudly have matching purses…
Speaking of Fashion, it appears that Target is going to continue it’s trend from last year and go all-80’s again:I’m nearly positive I wore that same shorts-onesie circa 1983.
And Ali will NOT be wearing it.
Also spotted in children’s fashion recently…Ashley, AJ, Ali and I went to the Disney Store to check out their going-out-of-business sale (did you know the Disney Store at the Galleria is closing? Well, it is.)
As we were trying to find good clearance deals (which we didn’t succeed at), Ali and AJ found some shoes that they were absolutely enamored with.
THE most horrifyingly ugly shoes we’d ever seen.
…because all little girls want to look like Little Las Vegas Leprechauns.
Finally, and still on the fashion front, Chris’ Aunt Kitty (of Kitty Litter Cake) and Uncle Leo (of Toenail Art) had a very important function to be a part of, so they transformed their usual beach attire…
I have GOT to borrow those leggings. And the boots – definitely the boots.