Friday, September 27, 2013


I'm a girl who loves my routine.  I really do.  Sometimes, though, the best days are when we have all the time in the world to do nothing...or anything that strikes our fancy.  I caught this sunset the other night when we were going down to the art fair.  Seeing the sky turn into a pinky orange and blue dream instantly transported me back to when we were on our honeymoon in Jamaica and witnessed a similar sunset.  I remember wondering at the time if we'd ever see the sky lit up that way again at home or if it was just the magic of that island.

It was like a hello from a long lost friend who made me feel that we are still able to do and be anything we want.  To live without abandon and wake up to an uncharted day that is wide open for adventure.

So live wild and free and check out this amazing giveaway I'm participating in to honor Betsy's one year blogiversary over at the ever entertaining Musings of  a Museum Fanatic .  You can win a spot on my sidebar, as well as a custom necklace from my shop, in addition to other great prizes from these lovely ladies.  Giveaway runs through October 2nd.

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  1. I struggle without a routine, until I remind myself to just let go. Be free.

  2. Wonderful. So glad you got to see this amazing sunset Kari. Moments like this are a good opportunity to stop and reflect I think. Hope you have a lovely weekend.

  3. Holy gorgeous sunset!! You took this pic? Wow! I want to be wild and free too!! :) Love it

  4. I feel like I'm part routine, part wild and free. I go by my gut, which certainly has its upsides and downsides.
    When I saw the full list for entries in the giveaway, my jaw may have dropped a little. Talk about collaboration! And the prizes sound amazing!

  5. Nice giveaway Kari! How fun. That photo is gorgeous. I thought it was something you might have found in Google somewhere, you know how they have quotes on images. It's beautiful though. :)


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