I Unfollowed WhoWhatWear; It Felt Great

Confession: I’ve more than once wanted to commemorate unfollowing someone – either a blog, or on Twitter, or Instagram, or whatever – with a liberated rant post, but I’ve always felt too bad to do it. I really, really, wanted to tell you about it once when I unfollowed a very popular blog. I wanted…

Japan’s Fox Village – How to Get There, What to Expect

Imagine waking up in the city of the future, boarding a train.. imagine flying like a bullet through clouds of mist that finally break to reveal mountains above green fields, all the while opening small beautiful packages and eating the mysterious foods within.. imagine arriving in a small train station, unsure of where to go…

Outfit Post – Gray like the Perot Museum

    Shirt – Shasa (bought in Mexico) Jacket – Saks Jeans – Kancan Boots – Steve Madden Bag – Rebecca Minkoff Camera strap on bag – vintage Pocket square on wrist – Nordstrom

OOTD – Black Pattern Mixing, with a Clip

I still have a round up of pictures to do from the women’s march, and several more complex posts I’m kicking around in my head… But one of my goals for my recent revitalization of the blog was to do regular posts, even when I only have something small to say.  So all I’ve got…

Mary, Hannah, Joan of Arc, and a Saint I Don’t Remember

When I was 16, I marched in Washington the day after the inauguration. It was the first time I flaked on a job, the first time I thought of Thom from far away, and the place that I found Hannah. There I am, lifetimes away, staring out of a picture in black and white that…

Three Pictures: The Insides of Planes

Somewhat of a follow up to the last Three Pictures – Someday the things that are mundane and awkward to take pictures of will tell us something about history. Look up 1960s photos of people smoking on planes and you will know I’m right.

Three Pictures: The Windows of Planes

If I can access the window, I’m taking a photo out of the window. I don’t care, its still cool that we fly through the air in tin cans.