Tuesday, May 22, 2012

One weekend in Boston...



My much anticipated weekend in Boston finally arrived and ended too quickly. 


The wedding was fun especially since for once I didn't have the stress of running around like a chicken with her head cut off. I just sat down, crossed my legs and looked very pretty in my outfit. I reconnected with so many old friends that I grew up with. It was fun! 
Outfit: aso ebi designed by my cuz. :) they are shorts!
Bag: Asos
Bangles + Earrings: Chic Therapy. Random silver bangles
Body by the Travelin' Trainers

Church on Sunday was great. I went with my two sisters and their husbands to Jubilee. The message was on point. I need to make sure I get the tape so I can really pay attention. It was great to go to church as a family. Quick parallel, the church was so excited that the oldest son was coming to town to preach. The church was packed. My sisters were just as excited about my return, quiet as its kept. Well, parents are always excited, that's a given. 

Brunch with my sisters was so awesome too.  We went to Darryl's Corner Bar and Kitchen in Roxbury/South End (depending on who you ask) formerly known as Bob the Chef. Delicious! We just sat and talked and talked and talked. I love my family soo much. And then just like a dream it was over and  I'm writing this 30000 miles above sea level headed to Dallas. 

 Sun was in my eyes.
 I somehow lost my  shades at the party. Only me.
So excuse the crazy pose. LOL.

Shirtdress: Banana Republic Outlet
Shoes: Target
Belt: From Jason Wu dress
Accessories: Earrings, bangle, necklace: LaBella Fashions
Bag: Thrifted. Goodwill Aventura Miami

That weekend right there should be a regular occurrence in my life. Well, not the rich food part, I'll be a roly poly. If I had that fellowship with friends and family regularly, work wouldn't be so dreary. God knew what He was doing when he placed man in family. You need to draw from that well of love on a regular basis in order to be able to live well, work well, love well. I have to make it happen somehow: put myself in a community of friends and family. God make it happen for me please. 

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