Good afternoon! I hope everyone is enjoying this beautiful weather. Today Im posting my Halloween look in full detail written by Shaunteal!! Halloween is one of my favorite times a year, for the sheer fact that you can be somebody else, for just one day.  🙂 For Kacie, we were inspired by the black feathers of a bird; how multidimensional the feathers are.  They…

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October is a month that makes you think of the leaves changing, apple spice, caramel apples, hayrides, pumpkin patches, candy corn, and perhaps the most famous day, Halloween. While some love the treats and decorations, others love the costumes and ghost stories. However, in this generation it’s not the ghost stories getting my attention anymore it’s the scary, creepy C…

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At a young age I had endometriosis and after Cameron was born I ended up having a total hysterectomy. In high school I was 100 pounds. Through my early twenties I was even less than that. I was so skinny that many began to wonder if I had an eating disorder. I was just naturally very thin. It wasn’t until…

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Parades are fun! Right? Even more so, when you see your child smiling from a float! (Expect for mine, he is a serious little fella, as you can see in the picture below.) Nevertheless, preparing for a parade is pure chaos! As a mother, we have all the pressure on us. From packing all the decorations to making sure, you…

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Whenever I interviewed with KPLC for the first time, a reporter asked me, “how do you incorporate fashion into cancer?” I told her the obvious ways, like trending socks and fashionable night gowns, but there are more ways I incorporate fashion into cancer that really has nothing to do with “fashion”. Ok maybe a little, but  It’s about being around the…

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From the time I was in the 3rd grade, Jeannie and I became childhood friends. I moved in her neighborhood and our connection started through an old wooden fence, that separated her home and my grandparents. Like any little girls we shared a love for Barbie’s and riding our bikes until “dark-thirty”. But those adventures slowly faded, as two teenage girls would find that pigging…

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