“If we took a holiday
Took some time to celebrate
Just one day out of life
It would be, it would be so nice”
Oh yes it would! Sometimes though it only takes a change of attitude for things to be so nice, and not necessarily a holiday! Like I said in the earlier post lately things have been a bit crazy around this parts and with that comes the changes of attitude, it’s incredible how our mood and actions make a difference for the better or for the worst on how our day will unfold. So let’s make a point of choosing wisely!!
This ootd was put together to look extra sharp and for the reactions on social media I can consider my mission accomplished! Here’s the deets:
H&M Black basic leggings
BCBG Leather jacket (similar here)
Aldo Leopard Printed booties (old, but here’s a pump)
Tom Ford Whitney sunnies
Chanel Bubble bag
Lastly I was inspired by my red nails to do a red lip and wore my L’oreal British Red #350 lipstick accompanied by Smashbox lipgloss in Ruby. Bobbi Brown gel eyeliner in Black Ink and the flawless Chanel Perfection Lumière foundation!
Hope you guys have a lovely weekend and I’ll finish it off with another lyric…
“Changes in latitudes, changes in attitudes,
Nothing remains quite the same.
Through all of the islands and all of the highlands,
If we couldn’t laugh we would all go insane” Can’t wait to see you this summer Jimmy, cheers!
Also I love this and wanted to share: “Jesus maintained a perfect attitude in every situation because He prayed about everything and worried about nothing. We, too, should seek God’s guidance about every aspect of our lives and allow Him to work out His perfect will without interference. Jesus’ attitude was never to become defensive, discouraged, or depressed because His goal was to please the Father rather than to achieve His own agenda. In the midst of trials, He was patient. In the midst of suffering, He was hopeful. In the midst of blessing, He was humble. Even in the midst of ridicule, abuse, and hostility, He “made no threats . . . and did not retaliate. Instead He entrusted Himself to Him who judges justly” (1 Peter 2:23) Read More…