It’s my final night at home and tomorrow I get back on the road to return to my “other” home. Even though I dread being in the car for long periods of time, being here puts me back together somehow, all my scattered pieces shift together closely to complete me. I always end up feeling so nostalgic while visiting my family, it must relate somehow to being an only child and not having relatives around. When I was younger I always thought how other children had it much easier because they had siblings so they had immediate friends and their parents weren’t focusing all their attention on their actions. I always needed a break from all the fussing and meticulous planning about my future, and yet now that I’m an adult and have been away from home for over 10 years, attention from them is all I’m after!
I saw a movie the other night called “Shades of Ray” and the protagonist was played by Zachary Levi who’s made famous for his role in “Chuck”. Ridiculous eye candy! I really enjoyed the storyline and could somehow relate (even though I’m not half-Pakistani) to his dual-world. If anyone’s bored during these last days of break, it’s on Netflix Instant.
……….and the outfit for today, brought to you by polka dots, my newly-acquired friends from 2010. I didn’t even wear polka dots when they were cool (?) in middle school but now at 29, I can’t seem to stay away.
anthropologie headwaters tee
anthropologie scalloped dots skirt