Outfit Details: Dress: Vintage//Cardi: Thrifted//Scarf & Pin: Antique Marketplace//Tights: Target//Shoes: Modcloth
Long time, no see...well maybe not really but please do pardon my absence as of late. This past weekend has been nothing short of crazy and completely delightful all at the same time. On Saturday I was at a teen Fine Arts Festival cheering on the drama team that I have been coaching this year as well as adjudicating for the piano solo entries and a couple of other things. It was pretty darn sweet to see our team move onto the next level and have the chance to perform their drama at the finale of the festival. They just rocked it that much...and I couldn't be more proud of them.
Yesterday found us back home again in Camp Hill celebrating my son's 2nd birthday with the whole family. Geez, have these past two years flown by! It's hard to believe I have a two year old now! He's a sweet and brilliant little whipper snapper indeed. He simply fills my days with a ton of joy. So as you can see, blogging has fallen by the wayside just a bit.
Beyond all that, our lovely new friends Kat and Chris were over this past week and we were chatting on and on about all the curious little places in our new town....this green door being one of them. I initially saw this mysterious structure in engagement photos that Chris took and had to see for myself what it was all about...I'm truly just a nerd...point blank. As you may have read in previous posts, I've had explorer in my blood from a very young age, so off we drove to hunt this place down. Turns out it used to be some kind of bomb shelter used during the war many many years ago. I'm kind of a sucker for strange and random facts like that. The whole thing reminds of this guessing game I used to play as a kid, "What's Through the Green Glass Doors?" Does anybody else remember this? I had my family stumped on it for hours..hehe.
Now that I have rambled half a book...I will stop here and wish you one splendiful week! I have lots of catching up to do. Hope to see you soon:)