Some people would let those 5 words confine, bind, and lock them down. Maya Angelou spread her wings, opened her heart, looked to the sky, and flew above. I, too, am a brown girl from Arkansas. I, too, am a phenomenal woman, in my own way. Thank you, beautiful, brave, loving, Maya, for being a light . . .
Today, I give you the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, also known as the Gateway to the West, and also known simply as the Gateway Arch. I visited it a few years ago (2009) as an interior design major. See my pics below. Until next time, Ci Vediamo!!! xoxo, dolls & dudes . . .
Insight & Inspiration Old World Charm is something that is very inspiring to me. Just the idea of a rustic old barn or an old knick knack that holds absolutely no relevance in today's society, but had so much meaning 50 years ago, is absolutely thrilling! To own something that has had a past . . .
Welcome to my first blog post! I would like to share with you some background on the little things about design that excite me! To go into more depth about me, I am an undergraduate Interior Design and Architectural Studies major (double), minoring in Sustainability. My study abroad in Italy . . .