I finally watched Water for Elephants last week and I fell in love with everything about the circus. As a child, I remember watching the circus with my family once or twice. It is always awe-inspiring to see acrobats, animals, performers, jugglers, tight rope walkers, etc. This post is for my sister who (I think) is planning a vintage circus graduation party soon. Ah, I can’t wait! Meagan, let me know if you need help with anything!
First, the movie that inspired this post. If you haven’t seen it yet, you MUST go! Even my husband liked it!
Goodness, I went a little crazy on this post. There were so many amazing photos that I had to share with you all…I couldn’t even put all of them on here or else it would’ve taken forever. Perhaps I’ll post some more circus art inspiration pieces soon. Stay tuned!
Every time we spend time with my husband’s side of the family…we are bound to have Chorizo. It’s kind of funny…now when we wake up, we expect to smell this delicious stuff cookin’. You can’t go wrong with a good ol’ Mexican style breakfast and these 5 simple steps!
Materials Needed: 8-12 Large Eggs, Pork Chorizo, Frying Pan, Corn or Flour Tortillas
Step 1: Carefully peel off plastic lining of Chorizo
Step 2: In a large bowl, beat 8-12 eggs depending on how "eggy" you want it.
Step 3: In a large skillet, separate and smash down the Chorizo.
Step 4: Slowly add beaten egg mixture into skillet.
Step 5: Mix thoroughly for 10-12 minutes or until eggs & Chorizo are cooked.
Viola! Serve on a bed of corn or flour tortillas, add cheese and salsa if desired, plate, & enjoy!
Hi ya’ll! How did your week go? Mine was full of spelling bees and DIY projects for this girl’s engagement party this weekend. I cannot wait to celebrate her engagement! I don’t know if you remember, but she is the one who got fancifully engaged in Italy! Amazing!
Here are some things that I look forward to this weekend:
I’d really like to start investing in a polaroid camera for my family. I think it would be a nice and fun way to capture certain moments instantly. When my sister got one for her birthday awhile back, I’m not going to lie…I was a little jealous. I think I will start saving for one of my own. Here’s what inspired this new want:
I’ve recently started dancing again after a year hiatus. It’s hard to take a break, but everyone needs one sometimes. My body always missed it though. I was inspired to write this post because last week at dance, I honestly took a step back and just stared at our studio space. Space is very important when it comes to dance. The feel of it, the style of it, the warmth and comfort it provides…all of these are qualities which I feel really MAKE a good studio space.