Sunday, July 14, 2013

giants of steam




(having a late dinner at Pigwich food truck, a falafal sandwich with homemade chips.) 









(everything worn here is either thrifted or vintage) 

   I have been changing my Sundays up quite a bit lately from my usual traditions. I started a new childcare position that requires me to work early mornings, into the early afternoon, each Sunday. This has pushed my farmer's market and river market wanderings to a stopping point, but this day is always meant to be enjoyed and consumed with new events... which leads me to my Sunday of many new discoveries. 
   Everyone who is a reader of my blog knows how much I love the thrill of a good exploring day in my hometown. I mean, I can't believe how many new things I get to experience and how many places I haven't been somewhere I have lived most of my life. I explored the east bottoms today and fell in love with the fast industrial areas and wildflowers galore. I also grabbed my favorite snow-cone from a place near my apartment and received some fresh veggies. I could go on and on, but I hope everyone else enjoyed and explored this day.

18 comments:

  1. What a charming outfit! Love your dress and that head scarf. <3 I wish we also have an abundance of food trucks here. It just looks fun buying food from there.

    Kathy
    www.mypeachdays.com

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  2. oh yay! what a lovely dress! the colors are great! that 'miami ice' made me giggle quite a lot! :D

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  3. very nice dress and the pictures are beautiful!

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  4. You look gorgeous and I love the idea of exploring your hometown and going off on adventures - I love doing this where I live, too xo

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  5. Goodness, I love your outfits and places you go.

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  6. What a beautiful dress! And that sandwich looks pretty darn tasty.

    Love, Amy

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  7. Love your dress! And this sounds like a nice way to spend a Sunday.

    p.s. the colorful row houses in my London post are located in Notting Hill. If you ever find yourself in London, I would recommend checking out that neighborhood :)

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  8. A change in schedule always brings about new experiences, I'm glad you got to still explore on your Sunday a bit! I absolutely adore this dress, the fabric is so lovely and it fits you like a dream!

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  9. Your hair is getting so long! I saw your veg collection on instagram and instantly wanted to start planting some veg! Hope the new job is going well xx

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  10. I've been on a hunt for some delicious shaved ice for weeks now, without any success :( Your picture reminded me to get back on it! haha. Your photos are absolutely beautiful!!!

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  11. Lindsey, you look beautiful in this gorgeous dress!!!
    it looks like you had a great sunday, i could really eat that snow cone right now haha!!!
    lots of love xxx

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  12. yo can seriously not even take fashion pictures and i'll still fawn over your blog. your lifestyle pictures are SO captivating :)

    xo marlen
    Messages on a Napkin

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  13. your dress is so gorgeous, the colors are just beautiful.
    I love falafal, delicious and fun to say. :)

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  14. Beautiful photos, I especially like the second one of you! Great dress too, I love the dark green and the floral print!

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  15. Great pictures, I like the one with the plants and the sun behind it!

    S&R
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  16. These photos are way beyond gorgeous. You captured them at such a beautiful time of day. Isn't it fun playing tourist in your hometown? Just when I think I've seen every corner of my city, I take a new pathway or climb a flight of stairs and find myself in some completely new area to explore :)

    -Carly
    www.stylesnapshot.com

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  17. I love how much you love to explore your home. And in cute outfits like this too!

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