I’m Wearing: Blue Tank from Express, Color Block Skirt via Forever21, Black Leather Bag c/o Sienna Ray & Co., Necklace and Red Chromatic Slap Watch c/o Francesca’s Collections, Red Bow Belt too old to remember, and Red Ballet Flats from Old Navy.
I hope you all had a great holiday (if you’re in the US)! We spent ours just barely surviving the heat on our walk downtown through the 4th festivities, Skyping with Kristie in Italy, eating grilled food, and just goofing off! An overall good day. =) Nate and I are getting ready to head home to Florida this afternoon! Hooray!
Sunday was a relaxing day. We had lunch at Five Guys, ran a few errands, and ate dinner over at my In-law’s house. While Nate was taking a nap I decided to run around the house taking pictures. I haven’t included the bunnies in any photos in a long time – so I thought they could say hello! Biscuit will agree to being picked up, but Freckles will not have it. It’s really hard to get Freckles to stay still long enough to even have his photo taken! So that’s why Biscuit gets the fun pictures and Freckles is just standing there in his cage. Ha!
On our way home from dinner Nate and I decided to take a back country road leading away from our house instead of turning to go home. We’d never been down that road and wondered where it went. We ran across a few places that I’d heard of but never quite knew where they were, and stopped off at the most beautiful look out point! Ah, there is nothing better than cruising through the winding roads of Kentucky, gazing out at the rolling hills, and feeling the cool breeze rip by! We ended up with the tiniest bridge straight ahead – a ONE LANE bridge. Eep! I distracted myself by taking pictures while we crossed. The bigger bridge pictured below goes over the Kentucky river, and after seeing it from underneath – I never realized just how high it was!
Tomorrow is Friday!! I only work a half day and then it’s off to San Francisco! <3
Earrings: Betsey Johnson
Our down town area is one of my favorite places in Lexington. Triangle Park holds a special place in my heart because Nate asked me to be his girlfriend here, and also proposed to me in the very same exact spot! During the warmer months it’s pretty much always packed because people love to play in the fountains. I snapped a few pictures in a quick hurry a few days ago because they dyed the fountains pink for breast cancer awareness! They accidentally dyed them red at first – giving a very creepy bloody water shark attack look. It was pretty gross looking, but they fixed it!
I can’t wait to start spending more time down town this Summer! What do you love about your down town area?