Oh la la Kate Spade! Always fun, always flirty and I can’t help but fall in love with Garance Doré’s illustrations & cute french sayings for fall!





I have way too much to say so I won’t say any of it. 

This is the entirety of my week. New York Fashion Week in 5 minutes. 3600 digital frames. Everything I saw from the street. There’s no shows, just the streets. This is all of it. Whipping by at 1/125th of a second, which is my usual shutter speed. This is how fast I saw things, and this is how fast you get to see it. 


THIS = Hard work. Take notes, kids. Well done, Liam. I’d like to say I can’t believe how great this is, but truthfully I wouldn’t expect anything less. Looking forward to your future, duder. Cheers to you. 

This is really good, Liam.

Yet when I hear our politicians talking about “fixing” Washington, I often wonder to myself: whom would they like to “fix?” Is it the guy I see on the Metro every day, heading to work at the Food and Drug Administration to ensure that our food is safe? Is it the woman going into Commerce Department headquarters to support U.S. companies abroad? Or do they mean the thousands of people who support our troops overseas? How about my fellow Foreign Service officers, who put themselves in harm’s way in Baghdad, Kabul, Damascus and hundreds of other places around the world?

So to all our politicians, I implore you: Stop using the government workforce as a political football. Just stop. It demeans you, it demoralizes us, and it is counterproductive to drive away the best and brightest from working for the betterment of this country.

A federal worker, who’s sick of politicians trying to denigrate his work, speaks out. It’s worth it to read his entire op-ed.  (via think-progress)

(via think-progress)


Oxfam. What springs to mind?

Charity shops and second-hand clothes?

Donkeys from our Oxfam Unwrapped gift catalogue, bought for people in far-flung lands?

They’re part of the picture.

But think bigger.

Much bigger…

Learn more

Republicans being against sex is not good. Sex is popular.


More Oscar Week glamour: Old Hollywood’s influence on the 2012 red carpet.  See more—Elizabeth Taylor! Deborah Kerr! Tilda Swinton!—here.

Audrey Hepburn in Sabrina, Photofest; Mara, by Anita Bugge/WireImage. Bette Davis, from the John Kobal Foundation/Getty Images; Evan Rachel Wood, by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images. Sophia Loren, from Keystone/Getty Images; Sofia Vergara, by Kevin Winter/Getty Images.

(via rachelzoe)

Days when IU dominates on the road and wins, always makes me go back to the greatest IU bball moment during my four years here


It’s Friday! Perfect night for a date night…
Have a romantic winter weekend!


It’s Friday! Perfect night for a date night…

Have a romantic winter weekend!

The wonders of education, by the one and only Rick Santorum:


“President Obama once said he wants everybody in America to go to college. What a snob.”

“I understand why [Obama] wants you to go to college. He wants to remake you in his image.”

She grew up in a Indiana town, 
Had a good lookin’ mama who never was around. 
But she grew up tall and she grew up right
With them Indiana boys on an Indiana night.