The other day it was all about tying a button up OVER a dress. Today I remind you that you can also use a button up UNDER a dress as well. It's all a matter of prepositions really. #ivebeengradinglanguageartscanyoutell #isitsummervacationyet
I have two stories for you guys today. Both of them equally hilarious. And because my brain is otherwise preoccupied with surviving the next four to five weeks of school and after school activities, this is what you get.
Last night we went to the grocery store to pick up a few things on our way to my sister-in-law's house for a BBQ for her birthday. I ran in to grab some chips. Previously, I had spotted a young girl, probably in her late teens. She was tall. She was slender. And she was in really short denim shorts (I think I saw a butt cheek, for real) and a white tank top as tight as possible. She had long blonde hair that was whipping around as she begrudgingly slumped over a cart behind her dad.
Suddenly, her dad went off to another aisle and I found myself behind her heading to the chip aisle. All of a sudden, while she thought she was alone in the aisle, she discovered that Britney Spears' "Hit Me Baby One More Time" was coming through the speakers. This girl perked up instantly, she hopped up as if she was the star of a Britney concert, held up a fake microphone and totally OWNED that chorus. #getit That was until she notice that I was behind her. #dontmindme
The other story was from a couple of weekends ago when my nieces stayed the night at our house. We pulled up to the house late and Reilly had fallen asleep in the van. I instructed the girls to go upstairs and get their pajamas on. "But Reilly is asleep, so . . . shoosh it," I warned jokingly. Without missing a beat, my oldest niece Anya replied with "Shoosh it real good." #thisiswhyiloveher
Bicycle Print Dress-Macy's
Button Up Blouse-Kohl's
Diamond Stud Earrings-gifted