Get your Kahlo dress👌🏻
So versatile , wear it as a mini dress or pair it with denim or leggings with boots for a perfect fall / winter attire . Chilly? 🤷🏼♀️Add a cardigan or duster
Black & indigo in stock
I’m getting a kick out of being a tourist for the day. I heard of a pretty sight and I had to come and check it out for myself!
Interview is tomorrow! Thanks for everyone’s support!
@gritcityphoto here for takeover day 4 showing you some of my favorite shots from a 2-day shoot with @south_sound_proud. Sumner-Buckley Hwy had us channeling the classic Raaaaiiinnnneeeerrr Beeeeer @rainier_beer commercial as Todd was riding along in his @harmonbrewingco jersey. #southsoundproud#livelikethemountainisout
I’ve had project after project since July which is both a HUGE blessing and a tiny burden— it’s a great burden to have, work. I love what I do, AND it can be draining as hell. This past week, I have taken on no new deadlines (but I still have something coming out soon, so I don’t feel stuck) and I’ve been playing around with other projects and getting my book dealt with. I can’t afford to not pitch, but I’ve also been in catch-up mode since returning from NY in August, so taking some time for myself feels important. Art isn’t just production, I have to remind myself; it’s planting seeds and watering them. It’s filling the bucket.
There’s a tiny village on Washington State’s Kitsap Peninsula called Port Gamble. It’s a wonderful example of a beautifully preserved lumber town from the 1800’s, complete with a general store (still in operation), fire station, water tanks, garages and beautiful, quaint homes for the workers. This one was built for the mill’s supervisors, perched on a hill with a commanding view of what was once the mill below. History, preserved, has been a life-long pleasure of mine, and I suppose will always be. And yes: I’m proud to say I read every commemorative plaque that crosses my path. Photo taken on a recent weekend getaway there with the family.
I used to ask what the need was to broadcast your life on social media. I used to think that it was waste of time and for people to get attention from others or show off how great their lives are. As I made my changes in life to get to where I am now, I started getting involved in social media and embraced it as much as I could. The question "Why do you post on Instagram?" is something that becomes clearer each time I think about it. Social media is an outlet for me to try and inspire people to make changes in their lives to live a happier life and inspire people to try new things. A place where I can update my family on things I am doing in life as it gets hard to keep communication. It is a place for me to put myself out there for anyone to listen and relate if they wish. I also use it to track and reflect on my practice over time. This is why I do this now, but each time I get asked the question or think of it myself, more reasons keep bubbling up.
PC: @toytose 📸