Watermelon Dress

feather and stones:

This idea is so cute and creative. I have to try this.

Originally posted on you and mie:

Watermelon Week!  All watermelon!  All the time!

So yesterday I shared the watercolor watermelon invites that Yuki and I made for her party.  But what would a watermelon party be without a special watermelon dress?  I was having a hard time deciding between a color blocked dress that mimicked a watermelon slice like this one, or a solid fabric with watermelon printed all over like this one.  I was leaning toward the color blocked dress since that seemed easier, but finally I just asked Yuki and she said, without hesitation, the all over print dress.

Watermelon Dress // you & mie

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Would love for y’all to check out this story. It might sound trivial to everyone but it really isn’t. Because of mold growth and her low immune system due to the Spina Bifida she has ben confined to her bedroom with absolutly no life. Even if you don’t feel like you can help please pass this on. http://www.gofundme.com/dmacic

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Happier days in NC. Sydney’s breathing gets so much better in that fresh mountain air. We were able to explore a little but needed to stay close to the hotel in case she needed a breathing treatment. She is so brave and NEVER complains about her illness. She is the strongest person I’ve ever meet. Imagine an asthma patient having an attack 24-7. That’s how she feels every single day. I’m hoping with prayer, hard work and maybe the kindness of strangers we can have more days like this. Sorry for the late post. This was from our trip in February. Looking for work there and exploring gods country. Truly miss you NC.

Frank loves Betty

Here are some latest items from my new etsy shop. I wanted to create a fun shop that was retro inspired.
The name of my shop comes from my Nana and Daddy. They were two of the most beautiful people who loved each other very much. They meet when Frank was in the army and about to leave to fight in General Pattons army during WW2. Now you may think I look really young for someone with a father who fought in WW2, but Frank and Betty were my grandparent who raised me. So I consider them my parents.
Here’s a link to my new shop.

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