Outfits

Field Trip















I can’t believe I forgot to post these photos. They’re from the epic Tessa and Ally visit! On this day alone, we rode the Staten Island Ferry, went to The Met and had a little jaunt in Central Park. I’m hoping we can make this an annual tradition. I have so much fun with these kids. Ally is like a mini Kim. She started calling Ally “mini-me.” She and Kim were separated at birth. I’d like to think that Tessa is a mini version of me, but she’s way cooler and more grounded than I ever was at her age. I didn’t dye my hair blue until I was 17;) In other news, I can’t believe she has a boyfriend. I don’t want to talk about it. AJKSFHJKASFHSFA3iur314891493uuqihr

My outfit details:
vintage blouse
bb dakota skirt courtesy of ModCloth
Rayban new wayfarers
h&m flats
target maryjanes (before I switched into the flats)

Check Kim’s blog for more of her photos, and don’t forget to check out Bobby’s blog – thisfellow.com.

Love love,
Keiko Lynn

EDIT: I removed a portion of this post in order to protect someone dear to me. I’m free game; I willingly put myself on the internet. My friends’ and family’s best interests are not up for debate, since they aren’t active members of this blog and can’t defend themselves.

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  1. Mary, I'd like to remind you about the right to free speech. While I agree that abortions are not a laughing manner, I'm 100% pro-choice. She wasn't even joking – it was just an innocent, offbeat remark that I thought was funny. Reprimand me, not the child. Is it a crime to be aware of the right to choose at her age? She is bright enough to understand that abstinence is the most logical option.

  2. Keiko, my comment wasn't meant to challenge your right to free speech, so the reminder was unnecessary. But I do appreciate you publishing my comment, despite our conflicting beliefs.

    I am also very protective of my family, and I'm also very protective of the unborn…and their right to live.

  3. LOL @ the comments (I read them in my googlereader before you edited them).

    I'm not going to throw in my 2 cents about abortion, because this isn't that kind of a blog, and I think we should keep it that way.

    Lovely photos!!

  4. i was trying to think of a snarky way to put this into prospective…but really all i can say is if you don't agree with someone's views, you dont have to read their blog.

    keiko, i read the comments and i thought they were funny.

    and i absolutely, undoubtedly support a woman's choice. she, and only she can decide what is right for her.

  5. Hey now, everyone! Let's all just agree to disagree, please. I'm entitled to my beliefs and Mary is entitled to her own.

    Mary, you are more than welcome to continue reading my blog. I don't mind that we have different views – so as long as you don't mind that either, we will have no further issues!

  6. Archives: I totally get what you're saying; I just want everyone to get along:) I made a mistake by unwittingly making this a political discussion. My old blog was heavily political and my stress level was subsequently much higher, haha. I try to keep this particular outlet as stress free as possible. I appreciate your support, and thanks for clarifying:)

  7. Love the Pictures! The first one maked me laugh!;)
    Oh and I love,love,love your Outfit.
    Especially the Peter Pan collar Blouse. Cute!!! ๐Ÿ™‚
    xx, Alice from bells and whistles.

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