This is the last nautical look for Mission Week. This dress was actually my mom's and she gave it to me a year or so ago.
These photos were taken last week--when everything in my life was "normal". I don't want to be dramatic or cause a scene like those annoying Facebook people looking for sympathy and attention but today will go down as one of the worst days in my life.
I don't want to say more than that right now. I am very lucky to have the support and love of my family and Patrick and the health of my children.
I will continue to post, I think, at least for now. As ridiculous as it may sound, blogging is kind of my outlet. Although I have thought numerous times over the past few days about giving it up for good or at least for a while, I don't think that would make me happier.
But bear with me. I think I'll post pictures, but I don't think there will be words with them. At least not until I can wrap my head around a few things. I will still be looking at everyone's blogs, but forgive me if I don't comment.
I appreciate everyone's patience and understanding at this time. It's a long, hard road ahead, but I know that eventually, I'll be ok. I just need some time. And if anyone wants to be the first to link up to Mission Week, the link is below.
Sailor Bodycon Dress-vintage, gifted; Saddle Oxfords-Payless; White Tights-Target; Starfish Earrings-c/o Touchstone Crystals; Pink Bag-"Prada"; Beanie-vintage; Pearl Necklace-Kohl's