SO! Quick story:
I found a baby booger on the family picture collage closest to the ground on our fridge. How do I know it’s a baby booger? Well, because (and may I say here that I can’t believe you’re even asking me this) no one around here is in the practice of leaving boogies on photographs ’round the home, and because my 3-yr-old nephew 1) is about the height of the photo, and 2) was here last month. So thanks, Mr. Tiny, I appreciate the nasal memento of your visit.
Speaking of sticking things onto photographs, here’s a fun fact: someone close to my family is recently divorced, and in the collage that holds the boogie-laden picture is another image that holds this person and his ex-wife. WELL… My very funny, very outspoken older sister decided to go around our home and stick meanie faces on each of the images holding the likeness of his ex. Seriously, this happened. And the little stick figure grimacing heads are still on those photos. (His ex had turned out to be a pretty deceitful/duplicitous person, so taping construction paper faces over the faces of ill-meaning people is sort of within the realm of acceptable in my book.) Just thought I’d share that little story with you guys. ‘Cause those faces make me laugh, and they make him laugh when he sees them. And that’s a good thing, right Martha?
I adore two things today, aside from the oh-so-lovely Amy Michelson in today’s first post. I strongly dig Alberta Ferretti Spring 2011 looks, and I heavily lust after Strangelove Next, a hand-drawn type that consists of a narrow version, a newer expanded version and, even newer, a combo of the two which just blows up in your faces to make the written word more interesting and jarring than you’ve ever expected it to be.
Alberta Ferretti’s spring 2011 campaign makes me shiver with an almost – yeah I’m gonna say it – sexual response. Not to be pervy. But sometimes dresses, the right dresses, do that to me. Don’t even try to act like you don’t get a blissful rush when you see a dress that has existed only in your dreams until the moment you see it appear before you eyes.
I must mention that photographer Paolo Roversi and model Sasha Pivovarova are the unstoppable duo involved in this campaign. They bring these looks to life like no one else can, and I can’t stop staring at the hotness.
What think you? :)
xoxo! – Alison
P.S. – I hope you like free wedding printables, because they’re on their way to your faces quite soon. How’s tomorrow sound? :) We’ve also got more giveaways, including more free photography, free fashion, and free letterpress, coming in extremely soon to TKB. Hope you’re as excited as we are!!!!!!