:: La Bella Vita ::


The last look in my "Vintage Dress Series".
I'm loving it and I am happy about how the pictures came out!
I hope you guys enjoy it! Also, look forward to more posts like this in the future.




[Please] do not look at me, [she said, for] I am swarthy. [I have worked out] in the sun and it has left its mark upon me. My stepbrothers were angry with me, and they made me keeper of the vineyards; but my own vineyard [my complexion] I have not kept.
Song of Solomon 1:6

Here's the second installment of vintage dresses that I took out for a shoot. Isn't it gorgeous!


Keep your faith and everything will fall into place. Trust in God to see you through.
My thoughts and prayers go out to those in Joplin, MO. God Bless!




Miss me much??
I've been lost in a vintage floral abyss.

This is what happens when I play dress up. Last month I scored some really nice vintage dresses that are in extremely good condition and had no where to go so I decided to shoot them.
This look is the first of three that I'm going to be posting in the next few days. Enjoy!
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:: IMPACT ::

Words can't explain the overflow of emotions I have been experiencing since my last blog post. As I say that, so much has changed around me and I can't tell you all enough how blessed I am today.

On April 27, 2011 I watched the news cover severe weather, as a massive tornado swept across two cities that are so near and dear to me. Birmingham, AL - The city where I was born and grew up in. Tuscaloosa, AL - A city where I learned about living on my own, met soooo many of my friends,
 and most importantly graduated from college.

You never know what devastation is until you see it with your own eyes.

I took a creative break from ::MirrorCheck:: but before I get back to posting again, I want to take time out to ask my readers to find it in your hearts to donate to the relief efforts in place to help the victims of the most recent natural disasters that have affected the south.
Please use the links below to make your donation.
Even though it has been weeks since the storm, there is still a long road to full recovery.