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Fashion, Fashion Blog

A Regular Day

On a regular day I get up at 3 am. I try to get out the door by 3:30 am. I am not thinking about anything besides getting in the car and driving the hour commute to my job. That is the goal. The beginning of my day is not much different from the rest of the 24 hours of nonstop go. Continue Reading

Lifestyle, Lifestyle Blog

Why I Don’t Protest

Colors are powerful tools. I use colors every day. You do, too. Every time you dress in the morning, when you eat, you subconsciously make decisions based on color. The color yellow is used to illustrate happiness and life. Like in a movie where the story hits the resolution and the sun comes out, representing happiness. Sunday, while marching in a pro-life rally, I noticed the signs and balloons were yellow, creating a fun atmosphere. Walking in a rally is a new experience for me. I am not the type to be waving signs around, But this march was truly different. Continue Reading

Travel

A Strand of Lights in Chicago

I have seen Chicago at her best and worse. In the heat of the summer, the sad damp spring, the bright colorful fall and the freezing winter. If I were to move from my city and had to choose only one month to visit, I would come during December. There is one thing that makes winter different from any other time of the year. Christmas lights on Michigan Ave. I was taking pictures for a friend and spent my Saturday running around the city. I started at the river walk and found myself by the Water Tower. It was 55 degrees here in Chicago. This is extremely rare for December. I took full advantage and captured a little bit of the season, featuring the bright Christmas lights.

A Strand of Lights in Chicago

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