90s Mom

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The only types of pants I wear anymore are high waisted. One of the common known pants are the “mom jeans” which were mostly worn in the 90s. I love these type of jeans because they come up to yor belly button and hold everything in place but aren’t so tight on your legs so you’re free to move as you please. I think that’s why a lot of moms wore them 😉 I bought these Levi jeans from Goodwill and they’re so comfy, only $8! 


I paired the jeans with a white V neck shirt from Walmart, white Nike shoes, a baseball cap and a black, leather backpack. I’m now the complete 90s mom!

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Hippie Ice Cream

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There’s a little historic neighborhood about one mile from my house. They host various events throughout the year for fundraising and bring in  different vendors. There was a Volkswagen van that sold ice cream and it was the cutest thing. It’s one of my dream cars! 


I will be going to California at the end of the month so I’ll have plenty of sunny and beachy pictures for you all to see!

Flying Skies

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I spent 14 hours on a plane going to and from China. During that time, we traveled over the northeast United States, Greenland, the North Pole, Russia and China. These two pictures are from a plane view of Greenland and I’m not sure what country we flew over in the sunset but it’s beautiful.

The Great Wall

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Here it is! My second wonder of the world, complete! We walked under a bridge that led us to the ticket booth. Once we purchased our tickets, we walked up concrete stairs that led us to The Great Wall. It’s incredible that this wall was built in 700BC and still stands today. The view from the wall is breathtaking as you look out into the mountains.  

Shanghai cont.

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I got back from China two days ago and I can say it was a complete experience for me! Shanghai is a beautiful city full of things to do. I went to The Bund which is a bridge that overlooks the river into the skyline of Shanghai. I walked down the hidden alleyways in the heart of the city, led by a man named Ming Ming. The alleyways were probably my favorite part because it was unlike anything I’ve ever seen. We stayed at The Four Seasons in Shanghai and it was the most beautiful hotel I’ve ever stayed in. The pool overlooked the city, which was even more impressive at night.