Tagged with photography

The Paper Dress Craze

The Paper Dress Craze

So, i’m an instagram addict. That’s probably not surprising because of my love affair with photos, fashion and shoes. My most recent muse, Jacqueline Harbin, writer of The Polka-Dotted Truth posted an image on her feed of an adorable little girl in an amazingly constructed paper gown mock version of a designer gown. Everyone in the … Continue reading

Disposable Cameras

Disposable Cameras

I have always loved film and trying new films but i have always stuck to some sort of canon rebel form of film camera. Now I have started spreading my wings into other varieties like 120 film and most recently I have stumbled upon a community of disposable camera users. Film is crazy expensive now. … Continue reading

BTS at SFN: A models perspective.

BTS at SFN: A models perspective.

This time last year I wasn’t as involved with the local fashion industry. I would travel out of state pretty often to do little jobs here and there. It was very common for me to overlook the fashionable treasures in our my backyard. I followed many of the FNO events across the country last year … Continue reading

Labor Day Camping

Labor Day Camping

Last week we celebrated the “official” end of summer. Labor day weekend we reserved two camp sites at Myrtle Beach State Park and our little family  of four met up with my husbands two younger brothers. This was the first time really camping with our kids (as a family… the boys went last summer), and it … Continue reading

A Chocolate Buffet

A Chocolate Buffet

Last night was my new favorite holiday.  All You Can Eat Chocolate Night! If you’re a long time follower you may remember I attended this event last year with friend Laura. Sadly our game plan was flawed and although the sessions are about an hour and a half long we were out in about 30 … Continue reading

Sixth Birthday Sleepover

Sixth Birthday Sleepover

This year we were strapped for cash between my son’s birthday, back to school shopping, just getting back from vacation and so forth. The idea of planning and paying for a big party this year didn’t seem doable.  We figured we could do a simple at home get together/ sleep over. Don’t really exchange gifts … Continue reading

Don’t forget the Blue Star Museums!

Don’t forget the Blue Star Museums!

It summer, and summer is almost over! Have you taken advantage of any of the FREE family fun options that are offered to military families? Blue Star Museums These are many types of museums, (history, arts, children’s, discovery) that are free for military families during the summer. Labor Day is fast approaching (the last day … Continue reading

It’s all fun and GAMES

It’s all fun and GAMES

Every [other] year at the Little’s Family Reunion it’s no doubt that the majority of the scheduled events are some sort of game, sports, cards, or otherwise. If not a game, surely you can find them around any one of the given puzzle tables. When in separate houses there is one puzzle table in every … Continue reading

Spring Fling- Food Truck Rodeo

Spring Fling- Food Truck Rodeo

   A couple of weekends ago, I saw the need to drive to Charleston to see what this food truck rodeo was all about. The thing is a friend on FB who lives there posted a picture of these different donuts with all these interesting flavors. I asked, and he told, and I had been stalking the … Continue reading