What do you do when the bride’s birthday falls exactly 7 days before her wedding? Throw a Bachelorette / Birthday party, of course! On March 9th, 2019 we celebrated my not-so-little sister’s birthday (and her bachelorette) with Goat Yoga, bellinis, a private belly dancing class, birthday cake, and margaritas!
Tune in next week when she gets married!
In September 2018, Dana and I teamed up to throw this shower for ‘Bride-to-Bee’ Carol Anne. The wedding countdown is on!
“If I was a flower growing wild and free
All I’d want is you to be my sweet honey bee
And if I was a tree growing tall and green
All I’d want is you to shade me and be my leaves
All I want is you, will you be my bride?
Take me by the hand and stand by my side
All I want is you, will you stay with me?
Hold me in your arms and sway me like the sea…”
– lyrics by Barry Louis Polisar
For the weekend of my 30th birthday, we went to Key West. We ate crepes, drank cuban coffees, rode a scooter, swam in the pool, gawked at iguanas, visited gardens, and petted six-toed cats at Hemingway’s house. Mostly we were in love.
Lately I’ve been grateful…
For my mother’s nativity set.
For mistletoe kisses.
And guitar strings.
For the comfortable joy of being home for Christmas.
And the sparkle that comes from being with the people you love.
For dogs underfoot.
And for feet covered in henna.
For special moments with my sisters.
And the sweetness of Hannukah lights and David stars.
And for my Santa, who always insists on rocking this holiday hat.
However you celebrated, I hope you had a wonderful holiday, friends!
Today I’m grateful for a Thanksgiving in the mountains with sweet potato casserole and French-press coffee. I’m also grateful that I can snag a Black Friday deal from the comfort of my futon (and stretchy pants) via the power of a smartphone.
Happy weekend, friends! Are you cyber shopping or holiday decorating over the next few days?
Congratulations to my brother Jeff and his Katie Beth on tying the knot this weekend! It was a beautiful wedding, and a day filled with dancing, twirling, and happy tears.
Proud of you as you start this new journey and move to Texas as man & wife.
You are both so loved!
Happy 1 year anniversary, you wonderful horsefolk!
May you enjoy many happy & blessed returns.