March 2014 in Review

Monday, March 31, 2014

So, I'm gonna be real with you all (though, actually, I always am...) When March was starting, it was feeling a bit of a drag. I'd been sick all February and was heading into March still sick and weather was lousy. But then... Spring is slowly (oh so slowly) springing. Colds are (maybe) going away adn there were all sorts of unexpectedly great things about March.
Great Outfits
Great Movies
March was the month of Hitchcock when it came to movies- I shared my thoughts on two of best- Rear Window and North by Northwest. Less suspenseful, but just as stylish, two romantic comedies- His Girl Friday and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes- gave us some fashion ideas for Cinema Style.

Great Mail
I shared some green stationary and some subscription boxes I'd like to get my hands on, as well as how to write a letter to a new penpal.

Great Plans
While I hope you are always keeping the achievements of women past and present in mind, March was Women's History Month! We celebrated by sharing some ideas of things to do in March (including reading a women's biography), and during this month's Q+A several other fantastic bloggers' shared some of their historical female heroes. This month's dogeared page, Ozma of Oz, also showcased a book rife with strong female characters!

Personally, this month started off with me still sick (oh the joys of working in a school). However, things have been picking up as I job hunt, and help with events for kids, such as a science carnival and a "beach" party. Now, finally, our spring break is here and we're hitting the road! Keep tuned to hear about the trip :)

Great Finds

For more great meetings of architecture and art- this is by my home.

Made me cry (in a good way)

Beautiful work outfit

Hope this isn't a surprise to anyone.

Music literally in the trees.

This. Be still my tea-loving heart.


  1. Awwwww! Fun! Pen Pals are awesome to have... I love snail mail! It's so personal and it always brings a smile to my face!

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  2. I was such a dweed when I was younger, so it's nice to feel like I'm making up for that now. Haha. Being cool is awesome! :D Thanks, Kristian! <3

    - Anna

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  3. lol Barbie. I can't say she ever gave me negative self image issues- I just didn't look at her like that when I was a kid. I just likes playing creatively. (Although two of my Barbies tended to lose their heads, and Mom's old Barbie had looked wicked with her excessive mascara.)

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    1. Lol, I like that one did look wicked though. I had one that when I was young, I'd chewed on the hand and ever afterwards said she had arthritis like my grandma...


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