The tales of a florist, stylist, and photographer keepin' it simple in San Francisco, California. This is the home to my stories, inspirations, photography & (when I get really lucky) travels.

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I’m heading off to the city tonight to bask in the glory of being a recently-free woman from all studies and am attending the first of many holiday parties that require a good sweater. 
This holiday party in particular is hosted by my most legendary friend that I’ve known since the days of the 90’s mullet, jelly sandals, and colored leggings and we’ve got to bring gifts under a dollar each to exchange—so I took my skinny wallet into the local thrift store and found some goodies:
1. Honey Container
2. 2 Jars that I filled with coffee & a tea light
3. 3 little vases that I’ve put some Santa Cruzian roses.
Let the festivities begin!
I’m heading off to the city tonight to bask in the glory of being a recently-free woman from all studies and am attending the first of many holiday parties that require a good sweater. 
This holiday party in particular is hosted by my most legendary friend that I’ve known since the days of the 90’s mullet, jelly sandals, and colored leggings and we’ve got to bring gifts under a dollar each to exchange—so I took my skinny wallet into the local thrift store and found some goodies:
1. Honey Container
2. 2 Jars that I filled with coffee & a tea light
3. 3 little vases that I’ve put some Santa Cruzian roses.
Let the festivities begin!
I’m heading off to the city tonight to bask in the glory of being a recently-free woman from all studies and am attending the first of many holiday parties that require a good sweater. 
This holiday party in particular is hosted by my most legendary friend that I’ve known since the days of the 90’s mullet, jelly sandals, and colored leggings and we’ve got to bring gifts under a dollar each to exchange—so I took my skinny wallet into the local thrift store and found some goodies:
1. Honey Container
2. 2 Jars that I filled with coffee & a tea light
3. 3 little vases that I’ve put some Santa Cruzian roses.
Let the festivities begin!
I’m heading off to the city tonight to bask in the glory of being a recently-free woman from all studies and am attending the first of many holiday parties that require a good sweater. 
This holiday party in particular is hosted by my most legendary friend that I’ve known since the days of the 90’s mullet, jelly sandals, and colored leggings and we’ve got to bring gifts under a dollar each to exchange—so I took my skinny wallet into the local thrift store and found some goodies:
1. Honey Container
2. 2 Jars that I filled with coffee & a tea light
3. 3 little vases that I’ve put some Santa Cruzian roses.
Let the festivities begin!
I’m heading off to the city tonight to bask in the glory of being a recently-free woman from all studies and am attending the first of many holiday parties that require a good sweater. 
This holiday party in particular is hosted by my most legendary friend that I’ve known since the days of the 90’s mullet, jelly sandals, and colored leggings and we’ve got to bring gifts under a dollar each to exchange—so I took my skinny wallet into the local thrift store and found some goodies:
1. Honey Container
2. 2 Jars that I filled with coffee & a tea light
3. 3 little vases that I’ve put some Santa Cruzian roses.
Let the festivities begin!
I’m heading off to the city tonight to bask in the glory of being a recently-free woman from all studies and am attending the first of many holiday parties that require a good sweater. 
This holiday party in particular is hosted by my most legendary friend that I’ve known since the days of the 90’s mullet, jelly sandals, and colored leggings and we’ve got to bring gifts under a dollar each to exchange—so I took my skinny wallet into the local thrift store and found some goodies:
1. Honey Container
2. 2 Jars that I filled with coffee & a tea light
3. 3 little vases that I’ve put some Santa Cruzian roses.
Let the festivities begin!

I’m heading off to the city tonight to bask in the glory of being a recently-free woman from all studies and am attending the first of many holiday parties that require a good sweater.¬†

This holiday party in particular is hosted by my most legendary friend that I’ve known since the days of the 90’s mullet, jelly sandals, and colored leggings and we’ve got to bring gifts under a dollar each to exchange—so I took my skinny wallet into the local thrift store and found some goodies:

1. Honey Container

2. 2 Jars that I filled with coffee & a tea light

3. 3 little vases that I’ve put some Santa Cruzian roses.

Let the festivities begin!