Stalking clothing has always been a favorite past time of mine. Well, it was...before I was stalking deals on diapers and toddler dresses. A new shopping tool, Hukkster, tracks your most-wanted items online and alerts you immediately when the price drops.So now someone els is doing the hard work for me. I tried it a few weeks ago on this Halston Belted Dress, a favorite from my Currently Coveting for Closet Pinterest Board , and poof! three weeks later Hukkster sent me this email alert.
Stella's 3rd Birthday is fast approaching and the pressure of planning the party had already set in. I still have a fews years left that I can meander around the landmines of an all-Barbie Birthday party. That I can talk her out of, but in the end I want her to choose her party theme and sometimes I just need a thread of an idea. In the past from Lila words like, 'Pink & polka dots' or 'everybody in costumes' have been helpful. Stella's inspiration words are truly inspired and for three weeks they have not swayed, even her word order is steadfast. Me- 'Stella, what do you want to do for your Birthday Party?'. Stella- 'Cake. Pinata. Trophies. Music. Cheese. Goodie Bags.'
She knows what she wants. Always.
So here comes The 'Cake. Pinata. Trophies. Music. Cheese. Goodie Bags. Party'.
My girl's love memory games, although I'm pretty tired of looking for Strawberry Shortcake's umbrella and Elmo's balloon and I can't wait to surprise them with their own personal version. Pinhole Press prints 12 photos of your photos on thick cards with graphic black and white backgrounds. I curated the photos from my Instagram account and it's was so easy. Won't these make great gifts?
El Khatib has stripped the jaunty big-band veneer from Louis Armstrong's original, leaving little to obscure the dire implications of its words. Suitable for singing along with a wink of The White Stripes.
That's it, indie film directors are never again allowed to shoot scenes where someone sticks his or her hand out of a car window, rolling it in the wind. Last weekend, Andy Samberg hosted the Independent Spirit Awards, where he shared his parody of indie films 'Bottlecap' starring indie favorites like Marisa Tomei and Chris Messina. My favorite part is the review from Rolling Stone that calls it 'terrible'.