Do any of you have a daughter? Let me just go ahead and say a prayer for you right now if she is anything at all like mine. Lol! She is nothing like me when it comes to adventure. I have gotten braver as I get older but she is brave NOW! She headed off to Juneau Alaska without knowing a single person and arrived without a car. She was picked up from the airport by the University and taken to housing. That was a long time ago, I think it was 2009. Every year I just keep hoping that this will be the year when she decides to come back in the lower 48. This summer has been even more of an adventure than normal with her. First, she took a job working in the field. She is a Marine Biologist and is now working on a fish wheel on the Taku river at the Taku Glacier. No cell phone service, only accessible by a float plane, and hardly any wifi. If all that wasn’t enough, she tells me now that there is a brown bear in camp. 😱 Guess what? The stinking bear is not afraid of them. It came on the cabin porch with all of them inside and they shouted and made lots of noise. It just looked at them. Someone finally shot in the air and it left but it keeps coming back. My daughter is tough as nails but her momma isn’t. This is a little more than I am comfortable with. Then, just to keep me on my toes, she tells me today that she has applied for a job in Dutch Harbor as the Fisheries Biologist. Have you ever watched the television show, “World’s Deadliest Catch?” That is filmed in Dutch Harbor and she would be testing their catch. If you ever read one day that I have had a heart attack, at least you will know the reason. That girl is going to be the death of me yet!!! Today is day 3 of my plain t-shirt outfit challenge. I bet when you look at this outfit the last thing you think of is that I have on a t-shirt. That is the point! You are wearing the same clothing item but wearing it differently each time. Today it is used as a layering piece since we have a cardigan sweater over the top of it. I mentioned in yesterday’s post that because of the way the sleeves were made that it was easy to wear under a jacket or sweater. As you can see, there are no sleeve lines showing on the sweater sleeve. The only way that this could even be better is if the t-shirt was sleeveless. I added some of my favorite turquoise and pink Plunder pieces. I don’t think that I have worn the Kami necklace before on the blog. I get confused since I have so much jewelry what I have worn and what I haven’t. Rough problem to have, huh? Lol! I liked this necklace way better than I thought that I would. I knew that I would like the turquoise beaded chain (it reminds me of some of my rosaries) and I knew that I would like the cross. But, I was not sold on the carved pink rose and I worried that it would be too fru fru for me. The large statement earrings are from a past Plunder Posse but the Ingrid earrings are available. They are a seafoam color and they “look” like they would be quite a bit larger. I really don’t know because I haven’t ordered them yet. The last piece of jewelry that I have on is the Kensie bracelet. It is a multi-strand leather bracelet that has colored stones and a gold magnetic closure. I just ordered a lot of new jewelry so hopefully, I will have a lot of new stuff to show you soon. It is getting that time of the year when Plunder is getting ready to discontinue a lot of pieces to make room for the new fall and winter collection. If you would like a list of the retiring pieces then just let me know and I will email you the list. If you wish to make a purchase then go to www.plunderdesign.com/taniastephens and pick a party in my name. When I first saw this skirt I immediately thought of Paris. Mind you, I have never been to Paris but this is what I imagine the streets to look like. If you live in that are or have visited there be sure to let me know if this is what it looks like. I refer to this skirt as my Paris skirt all the time. Original isn’t it? Lol! I can’t tell you how old this skirt is because I actually bought it at a yard sale. YES, you read that correctly. I bought this skirt and a cute pink one at the same time probably 4 or 5 years ago.
I do love a cardigan! This one is one that I have had for a while and it is a perfect color or spring and summer. But, when you pair this cardigan with brown it will look great in the fall also. This one was from Old Navy, I am sure to check out the latest cardigans every time I go there shopping, and the 3/4 length sleeve is a flattering style. The 3/4 length sleeve will actually make you look thinner. Don’t worry if you only have a long sleeve cardigan because you can push them up for the very same effect.
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