Thursday, July 31, 2014

Drifting away





swimsuit: H&M (similar, similar) | coverup: DIY (available here) (similar) | hat: Target (similar) | sunglasses: Prada (similar)

Darren and I spent this past weekend sailing with our good friend Adam. As a reminder to always be thankful and appreciative, Adam cleverly named his boat "Gratitude".  We often forget how fortunate and blessed we are to have a life of happiness and good health.  Adam was one of the first friends that I met here in Boston and he is now moving away. Although we won't be venturing out on the Gratitude any time soon, I am grateful for his continued friendship-- even from across the country.



16 comments:

  1. You look unreal good in that suit!! I am searching for a one-piece and they are all too short in the body for me (opposite problems ;) but I'm definitely admiring yours from afar (and the coverup is amazing, but I think I already said that in your vacation post).

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  2. awesome look ;-)


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  3. Beautiful swim suit and I absolutely love that lace cover-up! SO pretty.

    Lauren xo
    Sophisticated In Style

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  4. LOVE how that swimsuit looks on you! And I also love how that coverup is a DIY. I never would have guessed! So glam :)

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  5. so fun! need to make friends with a sailboat owner ;)

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  6. The swimsuit looks great! And the coverup is so pretty, I love it. :)

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  7. That bathing suit is 10 kinds of cute! Love the coverup.

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  8. Wow! Such great pictures of you. The boats name is Gratitude, who could ever think of that, so unique and meaningful. At times we do not consider the small happiness in our lives but we really should.

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  9. Good friends are blessings of GOD. Good to know that you have a nice time with your friend and i hope you enjoyed it alot that i can see in your expressions.

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