So, since moving to California I haven’t done many ‘California’ things. But I have gone to Joshua Tree. I’m going to talk more about this experience in coming posts, but I have to say, the views at night, possibly the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen. It literally felt like being in a planetarium, without the dome.
How fun is this dress? I don’t typically wear super loose/flowy dresses but I’ve long been a fan of the look. When my step-dad picked out and gave me this dress I imagined I’d wear it with a belt, and I did. But something about being in Joshua Tree just made the dress feel so much more perfect worn loose.
Can we also just talk about the fact that my step-dad picked this out? Pretty impressive taste if I do say so myself.. Dress: Gifted // Boots:Boots: Freebird c/o Zappos
The homecoming dance is often a magical event for many high school students. But this teen’s night was made even more memorable thanks to her incredibly thoughtful date. Allie Allen, a 16-year-old girl from Collierville, Tennessee, has brain cancer, and last month she shaved her head after noticing chunks of hair beginning to fall out, according a her blog post. Brayden Carpenter, a friend of Allen’s who took her as his date to his homecoming dance, decided to support her on their big night: Carpenter, who attends, Collierville High School, showed up with his own head shaved in support of Allen.