Showing posts from March, 2016

Fashion Post 5 (**SPRING BREAK 2016 EDITION**)

I went to Michigan for the second half of my spring break to visit some family and friends and it was so much fun! It was much chillier there so I got to pull out my warmer clothes which made me super happy because I lovvvve winter. There was one outfit I wore which I particularly liked but unfortunately didn't get to take any good photos to emphasize the outfit specifically. But I did get a couple of me looking dumb (as per usual) on my phone while we were traveling that day so I thought I would share them here! My brother George and I on his birthday. We both kinda matched. Visited the Ford factory and took a picture with the F150 because the particular plant we were at makes this model. Visited the Henry Ford Museum and chilled with this guy. Mirror picture. My mom was in the back wondering what I was doing. My family and I celebrating George's 18th birthday! WHAT I AM WEARING : Sweater : I got it at  G. H. Bass & Co.  in Michigan while I w

What Is Love?

I have been asking myself that question lately. I feel like Hollywood, romantic novels, and even some friends say that you're supposed to feel these waves of emotions, butterflies, "sexual" chemistry, etc. There will be fights and frustration, but in the end, this is the "love" that makes the relationship work. But are you really supposed to feel all these emotions? Are you supposed to be caught up in those warm fuzzy feelings? Are you not "in love" if you don't get the butterflies and crazy emotions when you are with someone? Is that what love really is? I have always felt waves of excitement and "butterflies" when I'm with a certain group of people or I'm super excited about something (which by the way rarely happens and only happens with a select group of friends) , but is that the same thing? I have never been a super emotional/romantic person, so when I read and hear about all these romantic things and feelings and stuff