Nordstrom Anniversary Sale Round Up!

It's that time o' year! The Nordstrom Anniversary Sale hath begun. Well, it's technically not open to the public until July 20th, but if you have a Nordstrom card (which I highly recommend), you can shop now and get all the savings! Anywho, I wanted to share what's on my wish list, trend observations, etc.,… Continue reading Nordstrom Anniversary Sale Round Up!

Let’s Catch Up!

I haven't posted as frequently in the last week because I've been just enjoying some time "off", as it were, with the holiday and a few days off from real work. Also, if I don't go out and live my life, I will have nothing to write about. Beyond the extraordinary weather last week, which included… Continue reading Let’s Catch Up!

Bubblegum Pink!

My post today is simply devoted to one of my favorite colors: bubblegum pink! There's something about it that's so vibrant, happy, girly, youthful, fun, and a little wild. Bubblegum pink has a firm root within popular culture, beauty, and fashion. Let me show you! Who could forget this epic opening scene, starring the color… Continue reading Bubblegum Pink!

Stars, Stripes, & Fashion!

*Before I get into today's post, I just want to thank friends and readers for their positive feedback and encouragement. If ever I had doubts about this blog, I certainly cannot now. So, again, thank you so very much.* Today's post includes some fun outfit ideas for the 4th of July! Now, I know it's… Continue reading Stars, Stripes, & Fashion!

Forgotten Crime of the Century: Part II

Today I'm sharing the second part of my series of Forgotten Crimes of the Century! You can read the first one about the Murder at Madison Square Garden at this link. This case I'm covering today is as creepy and sensational, if not more so than part I! The Wineville Chicken Coop Murders You may… Continue reading Forgotten Crime of the Century: Part II

Weekend Recap!

Pardon the delay, friends! I've just been living my best life and spending time celebrating and being with my favorite people on the planet. I'm absolutely POOPED, but wish I could relive this weekend because it was so jam packed with so many fun events and activities. Before we get back to typical programming, I… Continue reading Weekend Recap!

Forgotten Crime of the Century: Part I

For all of you true crime fiends, armchair detectives, Wikipedia mongers, and amateur researches, I wanted to start a series presenting a "Crime of the Century" that you maybe haven't heard of. Even though I find "mainstream" cases like Jack the Ripper, the Lingbergh baby, Ted Bundy, the Manson Family Murders, the Valentine's Day Massacre, the Unabomber,… Continue reading Forgotten Crime of the Century: Part I

Lazy Sunday

I finally got out of bed today! I had so much fun yesterday at the Cubs game with my lovely, hilarious, and generous friend, Danielle. I was very fortunate to experience the 1914 Club with its exceptionally good food (I had a veggie burger and arugula salad with gorgonzola and peanuts), lot of vodka sodas,… Continue reading Lazy Sunday

The Wonderland Murders

Hello chickens! I finally have a podcast that is not only active, but is only three episodes in that I can share and heartily recommend to you! You don't have to be a true crime lover like me to enjoy and immediately subscribe to The Wonderland Murders! This is produced by Wonderly and Hollywood & Crime. I was… Continue reading The Wonderland Murders

The Allure of Tragic People

Some of my favorite books, stories, films, and histories are about tragic people. You know those individuals whose stars shine so brightly and flashes across the sky so quickly, it either burns out or comes to an abrupt halt? Well, I loved reading novels like Madame Bovary, Anna Karenina, Tess of the D'Urbervilles, The Virgin Suicides, etc. I still… Continue reading The Allure of Tragic People