It is a truth universally acknowledged that, well, that I love a sale. Not like a Black Friday Sale (though I’m not opposed), or a Prime Day sale (where I acquired an Instant Pot), but like a “scroll through 30 pages of Nordstrom’s Anniversary Sale Previews” sale. And then I remember I’m not independently wealthy. That being said, I want everything above…plus a few other drapey cardigans that I totally don’t need. Oh, and the sale starts tomorrow — early access though is happening now. (Mom, hint hint, nudge, nudge)
1. Trouvé Print Halter Tank | 2. ‘Aziza’ Block Heel Pump | 3. Trouvé Silk Asymmetrical Tank | 4. Barefoot Dreams ‘Circle’ Cardigan | 5. Double Face Cape Coat | 6. ‘Jayde’ Mary Jane Block Heel Pump | 7. Zella ‘Live In’ Graphic Leggings | 8. LORAC ‘Refined Romance’ Eye & Cheek Palette | 9. ‘purity made simple’ one-step facial cleanser duo
Over Memorial Day weekend a good friend got married in beautiful Bozeman, Montana. I couldn’t quite imagine what a trip to Montana would be like, but let me just be the first to say it is hella beautiful. Every corner we turned and never-ending highway we drove down (read: 900 miles of them), it was one scenic postcard after another.
And when I announced I was going to MT, I got travel buddies in Ericka, Ann, and Josh…
We landed in Missoula on Friday afternoon and drove an easy one-hour drive to Polson, MT (it may have been a bit longer cause the city-folks were in awe of the scenery and kept stopping). Based on a few reviews, we started the next morning at Betty’s Diner (yes gluten-free huckleberry pancakes!). As we would discover on our drive into Glacier, huckleberries are a REALLY BIG DEAL. That and pictures of bears and moose.
We loved staying at the Inn at Apgar Village, it was a legitimate 1950’s motor lodge with the most incredible view where I may have referenced Planes: Fire and Rescue multiple times (it wouldn’t be the only time).
Because of the rains/avalanches, our drive up the Going-To-The-Sun-Road ended at the trailhead to Avalanche Lake (where some of us may have injured ourselves on a trail that children and pregnant women were doing — some of us, obviously, is just me).
…next up, Yellowstone National Park!
Way back when, a year ago, I decided to pop up an instagram about Loving Day. It simply read: “Yesterday was Loving Day! A day that means not much to about 85% of relationships in the U.S., but means everything to the rest. 48 years ago, in 1967, the Supreme Court struck down anti-miscegenation laws in 16 states care of the Loving v. Virginia decision. 18 years later (team, this has not been that long), that cute couple on the left went and got hitched in Vegas, then they had that really cute girl on the left, and 5.5 years after that the super adorable tall boy came along. As a #mixedkid, THANK YOU to the Lovings for fighting for your love, my existence, any future relationship I find myself in, and my future wee ones. Also, to my adorable parents who didn’t think 18 years was too soon and overcame all the awkward of being an interracial couple…your #mixedkids love you for it.”
In November, Focus Features is bringing the knowledge of Loving Day to the world. And I have so many feelings!