Wednesday, August 20, 2014
spanishroyals:

Queen Victoria Eugenia in aquamarine jewellery

spanishroyals:

Queen Victoria Eugenia in aquamarine jewellery

Every time I read a negative article about fraternity and sorority “pledge” processes I want to scream.

Sure, some chapters and individuals take things WAY too far, but they never, ever, EVER write about all of the GOOD that these organizations do. 

Well, well. What have we got here? @vanessa_vautrin - Livy loves her new clubhouse. And we love our gift! Thank you so so much!! #catsofinsta #instacats #livyandemy

Well, well. What have we got here? @vanessa_vautrin - Livy loves her new clubhouse. And we love our gift! Thank you so so much!! #catsofinsta #instacats #livyandemy

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Now that I bought my NEW and perfect wedding gown I am back to being obsessed with all things wedding. I apologize in advance… kind of.

lovetheroyals:

Colorful Royals

Blue

So basically blue just looks amazing on everyone?

Saturday, August 16, 2014
A woman is only vulnerable when her nail polish is drying, and even then she can still pull a trigger. some great quote I heard somewhere once upon a time and that is very, very true (via dahlia—noir)

(Source: traffic-jam-session)

Dress Regret.

I fell 100% out of love with my first wedding gown (and to be honest, I don’t know if I ever fell in love with it to begin with) and bought a second, 100% perfect/lovely/gorgeous/ME dress today. 

Anonymous said: Hi I am confused with these journalistic terms such as rife and allegedly. I have always thought that these two terms mean wrong. But could you fill me in on the details more about these two terms since your a journalist yourself? Thanks.

Hi there!

"Rife" and "allegedly" actually mean two very different things.

Rife means something is full of something, in a figurative or literal sense, or something is widespread. It is generally something negative. IE: “they were rife with speculation”

Allegedly means there is no proof of something, but it is what is suspected. For example, “he allegedly murdered someone.” Typically allegedly is used because people are innocent until proven guilty, although the tabloid press also use it to cover their buns when reporting rumors.

I hope that helped!

Friday, August 15, 2014
Flowers from my love because he’s amazing.

Flowers from my love because he’s amazing.

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