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life happens in an insta(nt)gram: visiting uncle K

One of my outfits this past week. I'm wearing white house black market skirt and gap long sleeve sweater.
I cut my hair. Three inches were taken off. It looks a whole lot healthier now. I'm also using oranic hair products. In a magazine, I read that regular shampoos and conditioner have chemicals that can strip your natural hair. Which causes your hair to be weak and fall out. Hopefully, this helps me start growing healthy and thick hair.
Another outfit of the day! I like the brown and cream color combo. I was inspired by one of Pippa Middleton's outfits. Did you notice the necklace? My sweet fiance bought me this pearl necklace "just cause". I adore him and my new necklace/earrings.
I borrowed a Boston tee to wear this past weekend. I wanted to show my love for Boston and to keep them in our thoughts and prayers! Stay strong Boston!
I enjoyed visiting my uncle and several others on Saturday. His wife made this asian dessert, which was great. It was a nice spring day to be outside! I found these flowers among the grass. Very cute!
I watched Django and This is 40. Good movies! I recommend both, however Django is very gruesome. This is 40 was hilarious and a sequel to Knocked up.
This was a second Sunday at my brother's property/home/business. It was rough this time. Panel walls are not my friend! I'll be going again this weekend to help finish.
Our crew during lunch time! The best!
My cousin worked hard and it shows, ha!
(this is my new series "life happens in an insta(nt)gram" where I share all my photos from Instagram. Follow me on instagram- davongmarie) 


  1. I love the curls and your dainty natural photos, you are really beautiful!
    By the way, I would loooove to keep in touch with you!
    Follow me on Bloglovin and Google+, I'd love to do the same! :)

  2. Thank you for your comment!

  3. Lovely post:)
    you look gorgeous:)

  4. It looks like everyone was working hard doing the painting. I love that skirt you are wearing in the first photo.



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