QUICK! Ask for an edit. It says "ticked pink" not tickled pink like I am sure you intended.Otherwise it's awesome. (Sorry, that's the editor in me).
just found you and love your blog!! i was just having a conversation at work today with other teachers about how being a teacher is great because it allows you to believe in all of the fun stuff adults are not supposed to believe in anymore.... like unicorns.. mermaids, etc. =) hope you'll come check me out!xo, allieaccordingtoallieblog.blogspot.com
your post was super cute and I loved the trends. I tell everyone that one of my dream jobs would be working somewhere where I got to dress in period costume. I also told my husband when he moved me to Georgia that I was going if I got to dress like Scarlett O'Hara everyday... haven't found the dresses yet though. :)
I really loved your guest post! I love how you described your style and I especially love the different ways you like to style hair. It's given me lots of inspiration for my own hair! (except it's not as long..but I'm sure I can try!) Thank you!!-Erin (http://keepcalmandstyleon.blogspot.com)
wonderful girl! i love many of those hair does, i'm just to clumsy to get them right!
I found you from Meet Virginia Design.. you have a super fun blog!! I live near Morgan from Meet Virginia Designs. I saw that you live in Rexburg... I have some family that lives near there. I am super familiar with Rexburg and Idaho Falls. I love it there. My sister's step-mother-inlaw has a new clothing boutique called Lulu Bella's that is super fun... http://www.yellowbook.com/profile/lulu-bella_1857426787.htmlYou should check it out if you haven't already. They are working on opening a children's version soon.Anyway... love your blog, I'm going to go look some more.
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