my family went to dinner last night with my brother-in-law's family. they are an amazing family and we always have a ton of fun with them. they are like our family, but all boys...so it's like hanging out with your equally loud and obnoxious brothers. my sister and her husband live in las vegas (for now...move home soon!) and bjorn's (our b-i-l) brothers visit them pretty regularly. so, bjorn's brother, leif, starts telling us this story of how he was at a bar in vegas...and it goes something like this (remember, i warned you)...
leif and his buddy are in a bar talking about comic books, when a man walks up and interrupts their conversation. "you like comic books?" he says. "sure." leif replies. "well then, do you like clowns?" "huh?" the man then proceeds to take out his business card. i will let the card do the talking. but i will tell you this...the man is a clown escort. yep, clown escort. cause you know...everyone has their niche. (please note that his full business card is not suitable for this blog...you can imagine it when you see the top.) (also, please stop reading now, or skip this part of you are easily offended.)
and here is the back side of his card (again, stop reading if you're offended!!)
he's so bad ass.
and now to get that image out of your head. a baby cardinal that was born last week in our lilac bush.
ok. enough clown escort talk. on to my outfit. i found this skirt at a salvation army that i had never been to. it was amazing. amanda, john and i went and we spent about two hours there, and we each left with garbage bags (literally) full of stuff. and no one spent more than $30 total.
clearly i don't know how to use an iron...sorry!
skirt ~ vintage, thrifted $.50
shirt ~ thrifted $2.99
belt ~ thrifted $1.00
sandals ~ Target $19.99
earrings ~ F21 $2.99
happy friday, all!