I hope everyone had a good weekend. The weather has been awful here with short days and a lot of rain. I managed to sneak out on Sunday to capture a few photos before it started to rain again. I was thinking about my style and realized that it has taken me 35 years to feel comfortable in my skin. When I was in elementary school, I was bullied for my fashion, and in high school, I feel like I wasn’t who I wanted to be because my school praised sports and academics and didn’t put any focus on art. I spent most of my twenties in an identity crisis, trying to find myself. Ever since I started my blog in 2014, I have had people make fun of my style behind my back, calling me an old lady or Martha Stewart. This used to bother me, but over the years, I have grown to have thicker skin and realized that people who take time to bring other people down usually have issues and insecurities. I know that there are other people out there who appreciate my style, and it has taken me years to realize this. I just wanted to say that you should never let other people’s comments get in the way of what you love; in the end, being unique pays off, so don’t let anyone make you feel any different.