Hello loves, I have been crazy busy lately! I am all moved in to my new apartment and that has been a wild process. On the fun(ish) side I had my first day of classes.
Hello my lovely readers!!!
I first want to say that I am sorry I have not posted in a while I have been busy. Juggling working, a family reunion, and my family vacation has kept me moving. My Dad comes from a very large family so we get everyone together once every summer. I will say that my Dad is one of 15 children, so its a big ordeal! Then my family went right from Green Bay to Door County.
Whoa this past weekend was a crazy one!
Friday June 30th
I will start from the beginning. My best friend Amanda, from the University of St. Thomas, came to stay with my family this past weekend. This was the first time I saw her since we said goodbye at the end of the school year. I was so excited to spend a bunch of time together after being apart for so long. We decided to see our favorite artist, Jon Bellion, at Summerfest. He was such a great performer and it was amazing to see him live for the first time. I got to introduce her to all my high school friends and we had a blast.
My mother and I decided to take Hortense to Chicago so she could see a “big American city”. I love going to Chicago to explore the city and obviously buy clothes. Fashion in Chicago has always interested me because there are so many different styles represented by many cultures and people. It was great to get some new ideas on what to wear and how to challenge myself in the fashion world.
Today I had the pleasure of visiting Wilke Lake. Wilke is in Kiel Wisconsin and my family previously owned a very small cabin there. About 6 years ago we sold the cabin to a nice family who is still currently living there today. However, I have so many fond memories from growing up on the lake. My family would have anything from late night camp fires to water sports. Our family had a pontoon and a fast boat. I learned how to water ski and knee board, and of course how to be a decent water tuber. Continue reading “Wilke Lake”