September was one of the busiest months in recent memory. My friend Lori, from New York, visited with me early in the month and we got to hang out with a couple other good friends. My air conditioning decided to konk out during the hottest days of the summer (and while I was hosting Lori no less). With indoor temperature around 90 degrees, seasoned with a glob of humidity it was a rather uncomfortable few days.
I got to attend my first product launch soiree and I almost forgot about the surprise birthday party of my good friend Marcel – what a blast. The party was at a dueling piano bar called Howl at the Moon and it was so good to see some awesome people that I used to work with. We had such a great time and while I wasn’t able to do a post on the party the very least I could do is share a couple of photos.
Then how could I forget the issue with my wonky eyes? I’m so glad I made the decision to share my plight on the blog. Receiving so many well wishes and positivity really helped to calm my nerves. To receive a good prognosis was the icing on the cake. Now all that’s left to be done is to get this laser surgery out of the way in early November. I can’t thank you all enough for your words of kindness and encouragement – I am so blessed.
Following are a few of this month’s highlights: Enjoy!
Guest Post Featuring Glenda Harrison: Snake Charmer
Last night I had my third gathering at The Intersection on Periscope called, How to Make Accessories Werk. During the broadcast, I styled a basic LBD with several different accessory options, with each look having its own personality… Continue Reading
Dare to be Inspired!
Earlier this week I was so excited I just couldn’t stand it!! Even though I didn’t have access to my computer for most of last week, something extraordinary happened... Continue Reading
Guest Post Featuring Mel Scott: Blindness, Anxiety, and Humor
It used to infuriate me because I had no intention of ever stopping anything I wanted to do. My sister died two years ago, and I think she was just worn out with living with her regrets of what she might have become if she could have seen Continue Reading…
When You Pause, The Music Is Still There
I’m scared, and over the course of the past week or so I have been almost paralyzed with fear because I wasn’t totally sure that what’s occurring is real or just my anxiety taking hold. My first indication that something was wrong was when I began having difficulty… Continue Reading
Until I have my surgery in early November, it’ll be a bit of a struggle to keep up with blogging and visiting with you all but I give you my word I will do my best because I so enjoy chatting with you. ~Steph