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Monday, June 5, 2017

The Dress you NEED for Summer, from the Loft

You absolutely NEED this dress for summer. OH & did I mention that is currently marked down from $80 to $35 no code needed! Shop yours using the link below. It's still fully in stock but is definitely going to sell out. This is one of the most comfortable dresses I own. It has the fit & feel of a t-shirt dress, while has the style & look for a summer wedding or shower. I paired this neutral dress with bright colored earrings from Bauble Bar & blush pink pumps to add my own personal touch. 

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Just this past weekend I read the books: Option B (thanks for the recommendation Book Club!) & Thirteen Reasons Why. Sound familiar? It may be familiar to you because it is now a popular dramatized TV show on Netflix. I've only the watched the trailer but in my opinion they have totally wrecked a create teaching book. The TV show has taken an extremely difficult topic and romanticized it. After reading the book, I realized a greater message. From this book, I was able to reflect upon how important is to ensure grace throughout difficult times because of not being able to fully understand what someone else is going through. Option B pairs really well with Thirteen Reasons Why because it talks about asking those difficult questions, acknowledging the "elephant" in the room. The book references the "non-question-asking friend" who avoids the difficult questions, like "how are you feeling" after someone has experienced great loss. But after reading this book from the perspective of a widow I realize how important it is to ask questions in order to show a friend/family member how much I care. 

Although a little deeper than my typical summer chick lit. or mystery book, I highly recommend both of these reads. 



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