(via)Late Friday night, New York became the sixth state to legalize same-sex marriage. Two days later, it's the Gay Pride Parade, one of the city's biggest celebrations, and this party just got a lot more exciting. New York City estimates that an additional one million people will fill the streets today to show the world what it means to love and accept each and every person, equally. My heart is soaring after Friday's announcement and I can't wait to hear the love stories of so many millions of couples who can now make their commitment a reality. Marriage by no means defines the strength of a relationship, but damn, it must feel good to be able to put a ring on it.
Sunday, June 26, 2011
Saturday, June 4, 2011
In my line of work, rolling with the punches and getting creative in a bind are every day necessities. Last week, an event came about in a matter of hours and there was no time to call our regular florist. The opportunity arose to test a new skill, and $100 and five types of flowers later, I'd created these:
In the last few weeks, New York has transformed into the city of summer. Temperatures and hemlines are climbing, air conditioning is blasting, and sunscreen and sunglasses are a must. Here are a few things I'm all about on this beautiful Saturday.
|My latest obsession - floral romper from LC Lauren Conrad for Kohl's|
|I could live on watermelon in hot weather.|
|Love rainbow, love Adirondack chairs. Can't wait to have DIY colorful backyard furniture someday.|