I may have led some of you on a little. When I said I was going to Paris, I meant the other Paris. The one in Texas. And there's only one Texas. If you who didn't know there is a Paris in Texas you probably didn't understand why I kept throwing in the word "Texas" when I was referring to my trip. So now you know there is a Paris, Texas. There's even a film called Paris, Texas, which (as I recall) was kind of weird and boring. But let's move on now.
This post is about shoes because I'm going to link up with The Citizen Rosebud for her first Shoe Shine link-up. Sounds fun, doesn't it? Surprisingly, I decided not to go with sexy or saucy or seductive. I'm wearing some pretty functional Dockers that I thrifted.
This weekend I'm going up to Seattle to see some friends. That would be exciting enough, but I'm also going to see an exhibit at the Seattle Art Museum,
"Rembrandt, Van Dyck, Gainsborough: The Treasures of Kenwood House, London." This is the kind of exhibit I dream of, and having it on the west coast of America is amazing!. I love Van Dyck, and I quite like Gainsborough. Rembrandt not so much. This is where I differ from the masses. (Don't even get me started on Van Gogh.)
But wait, that's not all. In my all too brief trip I'm also going to cram in one more delight - I'm going to meet the stunning Bella Q! Lucky me! This is going to be a fabyoolus weekend!