At least it's not like the equation I endured every winter when I lived in Boston, though. Cold + snow + ice + WINDY = a very unhappy AmyK with tears she didn't even know she was crying frozen to her face. There's a reason why when Boyfriend and I visit Boston next year, it'll be during the initial onset of winter and not in the middle of Winter's Annual Devastation of the Northeast.
accordion pleat bodice dress, thrifted
cartography cardigan, anthropologie
berry bush tights (layered over white tights), anthropologie
ringsend heels, seychelles [x]
studded belt, j.crew
pave heart ring, coach
There are some things in my closet that don't get worn nearly as often as they deserve, like this dress. And there are some thing in my closet that I probably shouldn't wear as often as I do. I really don't know what it is that drives my decisions on what I prefer and what I don't on any given day, though I suspect it has something to do with the phase of the moon, the alignment of the planets, and whether or not US Weekly thinks Brad and Angelina are fighting again.
He's a teeny little dude, which is why he's in his own tank until he can grow big enough to contend with my older, bigger goldfish. Little Miss Paige asked me where I came up with the name of the fish from. Barnaby's (the older, bigger goldfish) name just kind of came to me. I tend to gravitate towards silly or regal names for my pets, so Barnaby came to mind. And it stuck. I have two other fish named Gordito and Chalupa, but that's another story. Nolan was Boyfriend's pick and he apparently named it after a comic book character (and not after Christopher Nolan like I assumed, who happened to direct a comic book movie). I'll just take his word for it.
For those of you with pets, how did you come up with their names?