Sunflower Field & A Life Catch Up

I am finally sharing the pictures from the sunflower field adventure. It was so amazing to see in person. It was truly breathtaking to see such a large amount of flowers blooming all in one location. This was my first time visiting a sunflower field, and it won't be the last. My inner flower child was beaming with joy. :)


Fall Outfit

Top/Tunic: Make Me Chic || Super Flares: Free People || Booties: Forever 21 || Sunglasses: Urban Outfitter

Soooooo, I know it is just September 1st, but fall fashion has been calling my name. So I braved the heat (where are you fall weather?) and sweated it out a bit to get these pics. haha. This oversized tunic from Make Me Chic has been the best addition to my fall wardrobe, and of course the corduroy flares are going to probably be my favorite pant for the fall.  I paired them together because I wanted to make the ultimate hippie/boho combo, and because they are both so comfy too. I love anything oversized for multiple reasons: it is really flattering and whatever it is usually feels just like PJs (winning!). And again, for those of you who have not gotten any flares yet, what are you waiting for? In my opinion, I think they are the most flattering jeans on the planet. If you want to add something new to your closet for the fall, you should get a pair of flares. You won't be sorry. :)

I just want to thank everyone for all your super sweet messages and comments about my daughter. For those who missed my Instagram post, my daughter relapsed a couple of weeks ago and is restarting very intense chemo treatments to kill the leukemia cells. She is doing well with treatments (as well as you can be I guess), and the chemo is working well, so that is all we can really ask for right now. I will definitely keep you guys updated as I know more. Right now we have about two more weeks left in her first "block" and then they will do another bone morrow sample to evaluate how many cancer cells are left. Depending on the percentage they will do a different type of treatment. There has been so much medical verbiage thrown at us in the past two weeks, so sorry if this does't make much sense. I'm trying to share the abbreviated version. haha. We have a long road ahead of us, so we are just taking it one day at a time. Again, I just want to thank you for all your support, sweet words, and encouragements. You all are just the best and I love you so much! Xoxo!