I hope you all had a great weekend. This is the first weekend in a while that I didn’t have anything to do. The last couple of months have been filled with birthdays, travel, out of town guests, photo shoots, 5ks and more. It was nice to not have to be anywhere. I even made it to church on Sunday. It’s finally feeling like fall in Atlanta! Time to break out the Ugg boots! To be honest, I broke out my Uggs a few weeks ago just because I missed them. I only wore them in the mornings though. Now that it’s fall, my girls and I are rocking our favorite neutral, camo.
Now that I’ve reached the end of my 30s, I’ve been looking back at the lessons that I learned. I learned that 30s are way better than 20s. When I was younger, I felt like I couldn’t “shine bright like a diamond” because there would be people saying… Who do you think you are? You think you’re better than everybody? So I would suppress living up to my full potential because I didn’t want those people to talk negatively about me. As I got older, I I didn’t feel the need to impress anyone or look for validation. I just do me and here I am. This tee from Pintsize Faith sums up everything I just said. John 4:44.
Happy Christopher Wallace Day! LOL! We celebrated my birthday all weekend so I’m glad that I didn’t have to get up at 6 am to get Peyton ready for school. If you follow me on IG, you know I partied hard. Saturday night, Mister put together a little party for me with some of my close friends. Sunday I went to see my
man Nas. In addition to all the partying, I dressed the girls up in H+M kids fall fashion and took them to the pumpkin patch, our favorite fall activity.
This weekend I will be celebrating another year of life. Originally I wanted to stay low-key and attend music festival to see my 1st husband Nas. But my real husband decided to plan something extra. Since I’m getting old and can’t hang like I used to, I tried to talk him out of it. Now I’m kind of excited to party all weekend. Now I just need for the temps to drop so I can go full blown fall fashion. I’m crushing on this velvet boho dress from Bohemia.
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