Picture from Joy105 blog I feel removed from the pulse of America while living abroad. Honestly, I rely on facebook posts for current events (one week, all I know that happened at home was debates about the color of a dress) ;), yet I can see a small but recognizable change in the posts about Baltimore compared with Ferguson posts: there are significantly LESS prejudiced remarks in my newsfeed, fewer quick and harsh judgements, more compassionate people speaking up. I don't know if that's just my experience?? Perhaps it's because during Ferguson, most of my circle of friends didn't know what to say, so said nothing. Just.like.me. Perhaps it's because a large majority of my facebook family truly walks with Jesus, not "religious rules" people, but people of deep relationship with the Creator of humanity who compels love for others , and they are now speaking with this sentiment: "I still don't know what to say, but I am paying
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"Fashion is what you’re offered four times a year by designers. And style is what you choose." ~ Lauren Hutton Right now, I'm having fun mixing prints! It's brings a little unexpected beauty and variety. For me, my style is to choose ones with matching shades and matching intensity. Soft intensity + matching shades of plum and dusty pink. Bright, crisp white and bold, strong solids in both the Chevron and vertical stripes. Mixing prints! Have fun styling your Saturday!