Hi everyone! Well, I guess I'm a once-a-week blogger now. Life stops to wait for no one, and the hard times, busyness, and taking time for rest and fellowship has caught up with my blogging life. Rather than pushing myself to come up with two posts a week, I will make it my goal to post once a week. It may happen more or less often sometimes, depending on how the week is going. Part of blogging is being able to enjoy it, and I think paring down will help me to have more fun, and hopefully maintain blog quality!
Though it's still summer, today has been foggy and dark, making me feel like it's already autumn! Anticipating the chill of the church building, I put together an outfit that would keep me warm. A striped jersey skirt coordinated well with a dark blue graphic tee and matching footless tights. Meanwhile, a deep red cardigan added a rich tone to the color scheme and allowed me to tuck in the t-shirt. Black flats kept the look classy, yet casual.
Last night I looked up ideas to cut down on frizz, as the top layer of my hair is one big fly-away. A couple of ideas I saw were to only comb the hair while it's being washed, and to dry it with a t-shirt instead of a terry-cloth towel. Today I tried both hints and later added a tiny bit of gel to a couple of places and blow-dried my roots for just a bit. These things combined with the humidity made my hair full of ringlets. It's interesting to see how different drying methods (and weather!) can change one's hair texture. Have you ever dried your hair with a t-shirt? What do you do to cut down on frizz?
Outfit Details: T-shirt ~ Thrifted by Friend; Cardigan ~ Thrift or Consignment Store;
Skirt ~ Consignment Store; Leggings ~ ?; Flats ~ Target
Well folks, that's all for now! :) I would appreciate your prayers for my family and I, as we are dealing with some things right now. May you have a lovely week and enjoy styling some fabulous outfits!
In My Father’s house are many mansions; if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you to Myself;
that where I am, there you may be also.