Tuesday, December 25, 2012


Today, we celebrated Christmas. There was the typical Christmas morning melee (which is what happens when there are thee little kids, two preteens, and some actual adults), which resulted in quite a lot of fantastic wearables currently in and around my closet. Then, in the afternoon, we went to my aunt and uncle's. There was break dancing, more present-opening, a prime rib dinner, and red velvet cake. And you should know that I like all of these things.
Prepare for really quite a lot of pictures, mostly of my nieces and nephews.
Although, when I say mostly, I mean almost entirely.

30x30 Items:
Skirt: Fashion Bug | Top: Marshall's
Other stuff:
Necklace: gift | Bag, boots: Forever 21 | Ring, bangles: vintage | Tights: WalMart | Coat: Ross
The niece demanded photos.

Utterly fantastic iPad bag from my mom.

Rotten beast, attacking the camera.

Some kids are modeling their new robes (which my mom made),
 and others aren't.

Things devolved quickly.

Dancing to snowmen is cool, man. Break dancing to snowmen is
even cooler.

Does anyone know what these are called? I can't remember for 
the life of me.

I don't even know what's happening here.

Part one...

...and part two.

From my aunt and uncle.
My aunt went to Israel earlier this month, and she picked up this beautiful backpack. I guess this weaving technique has been in use for over five thousand years, but the important part is that it's just so pretty! With so many pockets!

So, even if you are a Shinto Buddhist, I hope you were a merry one today!
(As always, direct your attention in the direction of Jess and Dani's blogs, kay?)


  1. Love that lap top bag! Gorgeous. Love your bright tights and top, but that clutch really caught my eye. Lovely. :)

    1. I am so in love with it! Haha.
      And thanks! I got the clutch on sale for about five bucks a couple months back, and it's been paired with these tights way too often ever since! :)