We just got back from a three day trip to Los Angeles. Our older daughter graduated from college and we spent time with my husband’s family. I’d hoped to see friends and check out a few new LA hot spots, but packing up my daughter’s apartment took far longer than I had anticipated. At one point, my younger daughter noted that this would most likely be our last family trip for a while. She’s probably right and it gives me pause.
Not that we haven’t taken a lot of trips as a family, but glamping in a vintage Airstream in the Grand Canyon and hiking the Hebrides (which I’ve postponed too many times, now) are probably not going to happen any time soon. The reality is, the girls are busy working and building their lives and resumes, which is the goal after all. 18th-century English poet Alexander Pope’s famous quote “swift fly the years” certainly hits home.
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Joaquin double-breasted pleated cashmere coat
Cat-eye square-frame sunglasses
Belted wool-twill coat
Leather Charlotte kitten heel knee high boots
Tweed wool-blend single-breasted coat
Mora embroidered cotton shirt
Avery oversized belted two-tone cotton twill trench coat
Knotted sleeve-waist wool sweater
medium Trunk shoulder bag
Gold vermeil hoop earrings
Chain choker - yellow gold