Good Monday to you!

I wore this lovely print on print outfit on Friday to go pick up my bestie in Venice Beach. She flew in for a photo shoot that day and Steve and I ┬ádrove down to take her home with us. It was my first time down there. We did some shopping at all the cute stores. Swung by Deus Ex Machina’s shop for coffee. We ate dinner at a fancy little pizza place. Then we drove back to Santa B for a very rainy weekend. We also spent Sunday at Jalama Beach. Rain, Surf and burgers were had.

More tomorrow.

Live. Love. Remember.


Look: H&M pants, Pendleton blouse, Thrifted belt, Amanda Smith hat, Vintage Brass Plum flats, Special Portland necklace.


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I bought the enrtie collection of books for my kids, and also for my nephews who live in California. The kids’ ages range from 4-10 yrs. old, and all of them enjoy the books. My kids find the books to be funny and fun to read. My husband and I appreciate the creative way that the books reinforce the Armenian language and culture to our kids. Great initiative by the author to capture in story-form what we as Armenian parents have experienced during our youth. As more and more generations of American-Armenians grow farther away from our foreign-born parents’ customs and rituals, these books allow us to bring the concepts back and share the funny anecdotes with our children so that they can continue to exist in their repetoire of the Armenian culture.

Alicia added these pithy words on Oct 28 15 at 3:29 pm

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