Hello divamoms & divas,
I hope that you had a terrific Thursday. This entire week has been busy for me. I work four days a week after school & this week my church was hosting our annual Fall Conference. We had a great time of praise, worship and fellowship. Our theme was Breakthrough. It is my desire that I continue to move beyond any limitations in my life to walk in my destiny. Amen? I can’t imagine anything worse than not living your best life (in my Joyce Meyer voice).
We’ve been at school today since 8 ish this morning. Tonight KT had a band concert to honor Veterans. I must admit this was one of the best concerts I’ve attended at TMS. I’m so proud of my photographer, musician and honor roll achieving son!
I wasn’t going to post this outfit because I didn’t really like it myself. Looking down at the skirt from my p.o.v. it appeared the skirt was big and bulky. I’ve worn this skirt before here. Can I just confess to you that I love this top? If only Zara would markdown a few more cute tops so I can continue to remix my wardrobe without spending much. This shirt was less than $10 = win.
After KT took the photos I decided that I really liked the look. I wanted to dress a bit more relaxed since I knew I wouldn’t have time to go home and change for the concert. A student asked me if I was in love with Cheetahs today. At first I was kinda confused O_o. This shirt isn’t cheetah print (is it?) If you know my students they say some crazzzyyy things. But she was referring to my apparent need to wear some type of animal print once a week. But she did say I looked nice. Guess that makes it a win.
Before I got I just want to say this necklace is uh-maz-ing. Yep I typed uh-maz-ing. I paid $8 for this at a thrift sale to benefit some charity this summer and it was one of the best decisions I’ve made looking for jewelry. I see statement necklaces in magazines that are so expensive and I always say to self: “Self, you can find this at a local thrift store.”
You don’t talk to yourself? LOLOL!!