Melissa. I will not give away any info for the ones who have not seen it yet but I will say that the clothes were crazy! And by crazy I mean I had to lean into Melissa a few times and say what the hell is that! There were also some definite hits that went well with the theme of this venture. I am happy to have spent an afternoon with "my girls" and my real life girl but happy to be horizontal now trying to get over what has come over me.
The rest of the weekend will be filled with friends and friends I consider family. I am styling hair tomorrow for a good friends daughter for her 16th bday. Alex and I will be attending the party as well so we will try to be on our best behavior so we don't embarrass her. I'm sure we will anyway. Hope you have a geat weekend filled with friends and family too! xo
Once again my favorite time of the week has come upon us! This weekend should be pretty cool. Saturday we plan to take the koo to the beach or somewhere outdoors far away from her usual digs. On Sunday I am taking off solo to attend our favorite 5 year olds bday. This should be a very princessy weekend if you know what I mean. Wishing you all (Mom and friends) a wonderful weekend! xo. Anna
Why, you ask? Because it's Friday! Today is also awesome because I worked out with my trainer which always makes me feel great (when it's over of course. during, not so much). The contractors are done with the garage repair from the pipe break we had, and tonight I am going to spend some time with my lovely lady friends. Tomorrow should be equally awesome because we get to celebrate with our friend Lee for his birthday. Have a awesome weekend too! xo
I have always loved animal prints but I have my eye on them, especially right now. I heard someone say recently that they think they are like a neutral. I kinda agree. I think the print goes with most colors but really gives a simple color pallete the right amount of punch.
Saturday we finally made the trip to Salvation Mountain. I have been wanting to go there for years so I could check it out. I'm really happy we went because it was pretty amazing to see it in person.
Upon arriving we were greeted by Leonard. He was so friendly and eager to show us around his masterpiece.
He brought us to the newer structure that is sort of a half dome with cave like areas that have very tall ceilings lined in brightly colored trees and windows. It was pretty jaw dropping to think he had constructed it himself.
We loved listening to him explain how he built it all. He was very proud of himself. I was proud of him too :)
I loved the bluebirds.
Then Leonard told us to follow the yellow brick road to the top of the mountain so he could show some other people around. He was quite the tour guide.
This is the truck that Leonard calls home.
We couldn't leave without getting a photo with the man himself. Thumbs up to Salvation Mountain!
Alex described this place perfectly. He said it was Yellow Submarine meets God. It totally was.
My pictures don't do this place justice. You must see it for yourself.