Hi there! Can I start off by saying how sorry I am for my serious absence from LunaVida? Time has gotten away from me lately, man. However, it was well worth it, because most of last week was spent back home in Ohio with my family. I flew back for a quick trip, because my oldest sister is pregnant with her first baby! It was such a fun, Midwestern-tastic, long weekend. I spent time meandering around my old hometown, riding roller coasters and getting our [adult] faces painted as sparkly kitty cats... and then walking around in large amusement park crowds of people with my brothers and sister at King's Island (big ups to my first job ever in the game department at KI at age 15, by the way), and celebrating my sister's baby shower. Ya know, I was really just enjoying the simple life, being back in a small town. Don't get me wrong - I love me a big city, but sometimes you just need to go back to the place where you can actually see stars and lightning bugs (AKA Ohio).
Embroidered mustard yellow tank top with uneven hem detail: Nordstrom Rack
light wash distressed boyfriend jeans (also seen here
Navy blue and white polka dot flat espadrilles (also seen here
): Old Navy
Is there anything more refreshing than a trip back to your hometown? Where do you call "home?" I wasn't born in Loveland, but that is where I spent most of my formative years; thus, it will always be "home" to me. I always get so nostalgic for bonfires, the bike trail, and skipping rocks on the river whenever I am back... Le sigh.
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Love the color of this tank top and the tribal print in the neckline :)ReplyDelete
Abby | Life in the Fash Lane
I'm a first generation American and I wasn't aware of it initially. .I was raised in Georgia so i'll forever call it my home but Im quite bay area and islands. Lately I've thought about my hometown I grew up in but it may be too much memories for now. I love the little lightning bugs out nowReplyDelete
You look so beautiful in these photos! Congrats to your sister...that's so exciting. And I feel the same way about being in the city. I definitely need nature in my life. When I was living in San Francisco, I felt like I still needed to come back home to see the rolling hills of Sonoma Valley.ReplyDelete
You look so pretty! I love that top <3ReplyDelete
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