It's March Miracleness! I finished my project for Ana's link-up!
But first- what I wore, which helped to inspire completion of said project.
-Same ol' denim jacket from the fall. Wearin' it again because it is MARCH and I do not care how much snow is on the ground.
-Fantastic, comfy, lovely sweater dress from Lands' End, which was part of their On The Counter clearance section. Purchased with a 30% off coupon PLUS 6% cashback from Ebates. Bargain high alert.
-Remember that light blue sweater I vowed never to wear again? I done chopped me off some sleeves for insta-color-boot-sock-leggings.
-Super duper enormous earrings, stolen from my 10 year old. Via Old Navy dot com.
-New bag! Fabulous bag! Combination purse/camera bag/diaper bag! It comes in tons of colors. You should totally get one. (not an affiliate link. I'm just so happy with it.)
(p.s. Thank you to everyone who participated in Girly Blather 2013 on the fb page yesterday. As you can see, I ended up going with black tights with the brown boots. What say you?)
Which brings me to: my proooooooooooooooooject...
You know how when you shove things into your diaper bag and/or purse, they get covered in granola crumbs and Desitin? Anyway, I wanted to be able so shove my camera into my magical bag without it getting filled with disgustingness and being ruined forever. So I googled "turn purse into camera bag," read a thousand and seven tutorials, and then made this:
I'm ready, summer. Come and get me. Ain't none of your sand gonna git in mah lens!
So, I'm linkin' this bad boy up with What I Wore Sunday AND Ana's Cabin Fever Project Doing Extravaganza .
I feel so accomplished!
(p.p.s. do you ever cry during Mass? Today's second reading where he asks if we think that people who suffer more have sinned more...oh man. It is a tear jerker for me. So embarrassing Growing up believing in straight up karma, I was taught that all suffering was punishment for our sins, either in this life or a previous one. What a sad, dejected way to muddle through the challenges of life. I am so, forever grateful to have been given the gift of this Faith of Love. Dang it. Now I'm tearing up again. I'll shut up now.)