All's well that ends well, and unfortunately all good things must come to an end. I'm full of literary quotes today apparently. But yes, my favorite season has ended. And instead of being sad to see it go, I am excited for a little bit of change, God willing in Los Angeles. I know, I know, I'm being ridiculous saying these things when I live in never ending summer - but summer is more then just a temperature range. Summer signifies the time we take to relax, enjoy, and have fun. It's a great time for family and friends and just a general sense of freedom and rest that makes everyone look more attractive. This summer was once again the best yet, from my high school reunion to some wonderful travels abroad, a delectable cheese plate (my best one really) to a collaboration with a brand I'm obsessed with, multiple glasses of rosè and yummy lobster rolls, the pinkest sunsets and finding my new favorite dairy free ice cream, good food and greater friends and last but best, the most lovely (and low key) birthday yet. And while this summer was really wonderful, it also came with many challenges, some tough hurdles at work, the loss of a close friendship and some blogging setbacks to name just a few. I think that while a picutre can convey a thousand words, reality is reality and I'm still struggling to find a way to comfortably share that part of my life on this blog. Until then, please be reminded that I create beautiful content to share life's beautiful moments as well as to escape some of the ugly ones. I hope you sincerely enjoy and cheers to a truly beautiful summer. 

Summer days, drifting away...


1 comment

  1. this makes my heart so warm seeing someone put so much effort into the night. you are so lucky. and everything looks so charming. keep us updated with more from you