So much happened this weekend and I wanted to blog on the weekend but I don’t have an Internet connection at home anymore (tethering isn’t working; so frustrating) and blogging from my phone is not ideal. I have so much more to share (specifically pictures from my photoshoot on Saturday, the actual contest that the photoshoot is for and more pictures of our hike yesterday). Here is a glimpse of what my weekend was like…
A casual outfit for getting a (spray) tan. The quote on the mirror say, ‘Let your faith be bigger than your fear’. They always write sweet & inspiring quotes on the mirrors at the tanning salon I go to, which sometimes brightens my day.
Stuffed chicken–feta, cheddar, basil & pesto–with a basil-cream sauce, asparagus and roasted potatos.
My dinner guests brought a sweet surprise: peanut butter cookies with chocolate stamped centres.
I added a banana to my oatmeal for the first time as per recommendation of a friend, but I didn’t like it. Back to berries!
Showing off the poster I’m on at the mall! So exciting to see the results of last week’s photoshoot come to life.
Coming home to a clean apartment is so nice (that’s what happens when you’re having company, you clean like a mad women. This does not include the looming six loads of laundry waiting for me tonight. #ugh).
I wore my new maxi dress to a Jesus-themed birthday party on Saturday night. I made a leaf crown (see below), wore gold jewelery, cage heels & decided I was Eve.
Sidenote: I sewed the hemline a little too long so even with my highest heels, it’s not quite right. I will be shortening it a bit, but since I didn’t have time before the party, I simply knotted it off to the side at the front.
I threw in my extensions and did a bubble braid off to the side. I loved how this turned out and plan to wear this a ton this summer.
Even though I’m kind of off gluten right now (more on that later this week), I can not resist a good burger. You guys know I love burgers!
On Sunday, I went for my first hike ever at Luskville Falls. It was a very difficult hike and a great workout, although scary at times since it was so steep.
The view from almost the top; so beautiful and picturesque!
Taking a break on the way down (which might have been scarier than going up, I’m still undecided.