This basic black and white top, which is my very first peplum purchase, goes beyond color for me today.
Here's the deal. Honestly, I am feeling burnt out and have recently let meaningless things consume, bother and tug at my heart when it comes to this whole world of online journaling.
I have made a conscious effort to keep my stresses of blogging off this blog. Ironic, I know. I am not here to vent, gripe, throw a pity party or anything else Debbie Downer-ish. I just wanted to explain to you guys why I will be absent over the next two days. Some personal time off is long overdue to rejuvenate, take care of some things I have put on the back burner and have a hiatus from blog land. As we have all said before, unplug from it all.
To me, it's black and white. I am going to post because I want to and not because I have to. Quite honestly, I don't feel like blogging the rest of this week. This is the first time in almost two years that I have taken a small break from posting or promoting guest posts.
So, I am going to spend some time with my family before I head to Houston tomorrow and then have some serious girl time at a three-day long wine fest.
I fully intend on being back here bright and early Monday morning. I am sure I won't be able to stay away from Instagram. So, maybe I am not actually taking time off because documenting anything online is considered blogging, right?
See your pretty faces in a few days.
WHAT I AM WEARING:
Forever 21 Peplum top (here) // Gap Denim (here) // Target Heels (similar) (similar) // Wallis Bag c/o (here) // Forever 21 Bracelet (here) // Forever 21 Glasses (similar) // T + J Designs Watch c/o (here)
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P.S. We will never forget 12 years ago today. God bless the U.S.A. My thoughts and prayers are with our entire country, especially those who were directly effected on the catastrophic and unimaginable day of September 11, 2001.