You see that, that’s me smiling like I know a huge secret. I could’t help myself. Bretagne, otherwise known as Brittany, reminds me so much of Martha’s Vineyard where I grew up. The similarities are uncanny, right down to their Irish influence. Being from Massachusetts I can definitely relate to the location’s overall vibe. So I don’t actually have a huge secret. I am just happy because food was coming, yummy, tasty cuisine at that and I love to eat!
Top – H&M
Necklace – Forever 21
Honestly, this is so hard to admit to, but over the years I was not ready to actually start blogging. With so many different blogs out there, why on earth should I even start one? What makes me so different? Where the f*ck do I even begin? I originally had every intention of fully starting my blog and steadfastly sticking to it since, well, 2012. However, I never did due to a lot of things. Some reasons being confidence, fear of embarrassment, lack of encouragement, overall I was uninspired. Years later I have come full circle to this moment. Noticing this insane desire to finally start producing content for my blog, I am, starting today. If it only comes to one dedicated follower, so be it. With that being said, I present to you the new and improved website, along with my experiences that have been dying to be showcased to the world. For those who stumble upon my page, welcome. My only hope is that you feel compelled to stay around for a while and find my words comforting, honest and true. Namaste.
It’s July, and unlike my close family and friends back home on the east coast who seem to be enjoying a hot, steamy and satisfying summer, it’s freezing here in Paris. Well not literally freezing, but it is not the expected seasonal temperature or even drastically warm for that matter. On top of it all, we have rain! With that being said, I decided to upgrade the crappy day by sporting a bright yellow dress. Was it a success?
You ever go to the store and buy a new pair of sneakers. You love them so much that you walk out of the store with them on? That’s how I feel about these artists on the rise. You hear about them while they’re still fresh. While they still have that hunger to make it in them. You enjoy their music for what it is. The sound is great, amazing even. They are your new pair of shoes. Then something happens. You begin to see their celebrity rise and the content of their artistry changes. They become more cookie cutter and generic. They are just like your once new shoes, old and worn out. They may even have a scuff too many. You are officially over them. You are over it. Well ladies and gentlemen, that is what happened to me…again. This time the culprit is Theophilus London.