Friday, March 30, 2018

Have You Heard? // "Rewrite The Stars" - Zac Efron & Zendaya (Greatest Showman Soundtrack!)

Happy Friday Friends! I hope that you guys had a great week! It was a nice laid back week --  which is good because this weekend is going to be SUPER BUSY. :)

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Today I'm sharing a song from the Greatest Showman soundtrack. Because that's basically all I've been listening to... and it's not a long soundtrack. LOL This one is really catchy, and the part in the movie is fabulous because they're definitely swinging on ropes the whole time. Le swoon.

I think I mentioned that this movie will make you fall in love with both Zendaya and Zac Efron. Well it's true... They're both adorable. Makes me want to watch High School Musical. LOL


Alright... I digress.

What are you guys up to this weekend?!

Tomorrow we are going to Olivia's volleyball games, and then celebrating my FIL's birthday, and then the Jayhawks are playing in the Final Four. I know that the tournament is terribly exciting, but I am probably not going to watch the game. LOL. I will likely be reading instead. :) That's really ok with me... but I know that a lot of people don't really "get" it. haha Sunday is Easter, so we'll be spending time with KC's extended family in KC, and then with mine at my grandma's house. :) 

Other Posts This Week: March 2018 // Currently.

On YouTube This Week: 6 Ways To Make Your Own Project Life Cards // Vol. IV and NYC Pages Vol. II.

On Year of Gratitude This Week: I Am Not Afraid of Storms.

Have a great weekend!!



Monday, March 26, 2018

March 2018 // Currently

Happy Monday Friends, I hope that you had a great weekend! Here's a look at what we've been up to currently!


I read a fun coming-of-age story about a girl who loves cosplay and starts playing D&D with some boys in her new town. I read an infuriating historical romance.. read that rant (spoiler-y) during SUYB if you want. I finished Milk & Honey, and started The Raven Boys series. I'm enjoying them, but I'm not super attached. Hoping to get in a 1930's read or two before Audrey and I's next Roaring, Swinging, Fabulous, Groovy Collaboration. :) Which I plan to post on time for... not accidentally back dating my post! Oy.

Listening To:

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The Greatest Showman soundtrack on repeat. It's not that long you guys... but we've listened to it at least six times in two days. What's your favorite song?! I love them all but it is either: A Million Dreams or Never Enough for me. So ready for that movie to come out so I can buy it! :)


We've been getting tons of movies from the library. Some are movies that we had forgotten we wanted to see, others are period dramas for my 2018 goal and for my collaboration with Audrey! We saw Colossal which was not enjoyable. Ugh. We watched Mrs. Henderson Presents - which was ok. Florence Foster Jenkins - which was HILARIOUS and also sad. The Big Sick - which was really cute, funny, and relevant. Sweet Land - was a lovely slow period drama. I really enjoyed it, and find it relevant to issues in the US/Midwest still today (yikes).

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We finished Stranger Things 2 - much more stressful than season 1, but we loved it. Who is your favorite character? Mine is Lucas. :)

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We went to see Love, Simon and it was great! I LOVE the book, and the movie was cute too. The movie was a little less quirky and realistic, but it was really well done. I loved seeing a gay protagonist in a main steam movie! It's also the kind of movie that will give you the feels, but leave you happy. :) Definitely recommend! :)


Still off and on struggling to get going on creative projects, but I did get another section of my NYC album pages done AND I made some more DIY PL cards. This time I did a lot of mixed media and it was super fun. Can't wait for those videos to go up soon! :) Plus tons of excuses to use my typewriter! YAY!


All of our vacation plans/times have fallen through so far this year... BUT we are headed to Arkansas really soon and I am super excited to get away for a few days! We're also planning something for September! :) We also booked our cruise excursions, woohoo! Cub and Mexico here we come! :)


KC's bday week is in March! This year we were also having a staycation, and ended up watching Olivia, while my mom was in AZ for her divorce trail. So it was a little tricky to have a true bday week, but we did our best. We watched a few movies, had a game night with friends, spent his bday at the mall, and had dinner and games with his family. Maybe I can spoil him at Christmas?!

Speaking of hanging out with Olivia, she's a really cool kid. We had fun watching movies, crafting, and going out to dinner. But she was in school too, so there wasn't a ton of time for fun. KC is extra good at helping with her flute practice because he can actually read music. #winning

We also celebrated St. Patrick's Day. It's one of our favorites! We went to the whole parade (it was cold!), made Julia Child's potato leek soup, and watched Leap Year. :)

On the evening of St. Patrick's Day Kira & Joe drove through! We stayed with them when we drove through Dallas in 2016, so it was fun to see them here! We met up for dinner, walked around our favorite bookstore, and grabbed some coffees. :) It was so great to see them! We're so excited that they are  moving back to the Midwest!

Last, but not least, little boo is walking!! :) - yayyyyy!

What have you guys been up to lately?

What are you really into or planning?!



Friday, March 23, 2018

Have You Heard? // Ed Sheeran & Passenger - "No Diggity / Thrift Shop" (Cover)

Happy Friday Friends! I hope that you had a great week! Mine was productive. :) I'll take it!

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Covers are some of my favorite things to listen to. I've mentioned before that Ed Sheeran is a cover genius... but I don't think I've shared one! This cover with Passenger is one of my favorites!

I love listening to BBC's Live Lounge covers and "Like a Version". 

What's your favorite cover?!

What are you up to this weekend?!

I think we are going to take an impromptu road trip to Pioneer Woman's Mercantile in Oklahoma! I've been wanting to go for a while, and last week was a really really hard one... so we thought getting away for a day would be nice. We'll just drive down and drive back, but it will be a nice little change of pace! After that I hope to read, scrapbook, and watch movies with KC. Laid back. :) 

Other Posts This Week: 1920's Period Drama Recommendations & Sh*t KC Says // Vol. III

On YouTube This Week: DIY Floral Background Stamping Tutorial & 1Canoe2 "Twilight" Unboxing.

On Year of Gratitude This Week: There And Back Again: A Hobbit(-like Person)'s Tale




Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Sh*t KC Says // Vol. III

Happy Wednesday Friends! I hope that you are having a great week so far! :)

A lot of people do a "Sh*t my Significant Other Says" posts... well I'm too lazy to write it down... but here I've been trying to keep track for over a year now! Everyone thinks KC is super serious.. .but he's actually hilarious. And not normally that serious at all. Lucky to be with someone who makes me laugh! Here's Vol. I and Vol. II.

Here we go!

*while talking about the radio and it's many merits..* (obvious snark)

KC: "You know Rick D's? That old badger."

*while searching the spice aisle...*

Me: "They don't have any Tarragon!"
KC: "Sometimes I feel like there's a spot for it, but it's always tarra gone!"

*on late night snacking*

KC: "Sometime's it's like 10 pm, and I think, 'if only we had some bacon'!"
Me: "Like, just lying around to snack on?"
KC: "...yeah... OOOH SALAMI! I bought way too much, I dunno if you saw." *disappears and comes back with salami*

*while having a rough day...*

KC: "I think you're great, I'm sorry everyone else is an incompetent moose."

*while discussing altering a shepherd's pie recipe..*

Me: "We only have one pound of meat, should we cut the whole recipe in half or buy more meat?"
KC: "I do think half the amount of meat is an issue. Because if we're going to shep, we need to shep hard!"

*while discussing music...*

Me: "Is this new John Mayer?"
KC: "May er may not be!"

*^while getting settled in NYC hotel....^"

Me: *unpacking to change shoes*
KC: *skeezy voice* "I hope you don't mind if I lay in bed and watch you in the shower..."
Me: *turns around glaring laser eyes at him*
KC: *holds hands out innocently* "... Because that's the kind of situation we have here." *dies laughing*
Me: *looks at shower* "OMG!" LOLOLOLOL

*Thoughts on being millennials...*

 *Thoughts on Big Little Lies - MILD SPOILER - maybe? *

Hope someone makes you laugh this week!

Check out Vol. I and Vol. II of Sh*t KC Says.




Friday, March 16, 2018

Have You Heard? - Taylor Swift - "Delicate"

Happy Friday Friends. I hope that you have had a great week. Mine has been pretty good, up until last night when my dad yelled at me on the phone for about an hour and a half... so... just hanging in there as per usual..

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I have been trying to figure out what my favorite tracks from "Reputation" are. It's a tough one. I really really like Delicate, Endgame, So It Goes, I Did Something Bad, Dress and Call it What You Want. I don't know, I really like most of them.

I'm lucky if I get my three posts per week in so far this year ... so here's "Delicate" just because she released a video for it recently. :) It reminds me of LaLaLand and her video for Shake It Off. Not sure I love it, but I do quite like the song.

What have you guys been up to? What are you up to this weekend?

This weekend we have the St. Patrick's Day parade, and I'm not sure what else. Hopefully Leap Year and some delicious Irish-y food. :) As always I hope to read and document!

I'M SUPER SAD THAT MY 1920's POST WITH AUDREY DID NOT POST ON THE RIGHT DAY! OMG. If you're enjoying that linkup, please retroactively check out my post: here.

Other Posts This Week: February Reads and Keep It Together Planning & Documenting Linkup with Lauren!

On YouTube This Week: NYC Travel Album Process Video I and Crate Paper's Here + There Unboxing.




Thursday, March 15, 2018

Keep It Together: A Planning & Memory Keeping Blog Hop - March 2018

Happy Thursday, Friends! I hope that you are having a fantastic week!

I SOMEHOW SCHEDULED my Roaring, Swinging, Fabulous, Groovy post from last week.. in FEBRUARY! Ugh. I'm sad. I fixed it, but if you'd like to check it out... here's the link! Being on babysitting staycation had me super off my game. OY!

I'm so excited to be hosting another week of Keep It Together with Lauren from Shooting Stars Mag today! :) This linkup is all about planners, memory keeping, bullet journals, etc. So please feel free to linkup your posts on the Third Thursday of every month! Make sure to hop on over to Lauren's page and check out her post too! :)

2017 Travel Mini Album - NYC Section!

I love to document, I really really do.. but this year it has been hard to get into a flow of it. I sit down to work on things, and its a bit of a slog. I get through it and finish a page or two... but it takes all day or night. I want to get into the flow of it, and I will keep trying, but one thing that I *have* accomplished were the very first pages of my 2017 Travel Album's NYC section! Woohoo! I am excited by how it turned out, and I loved getting to use the fun new washi tapes that I purchased recently!

Getting to use my typewriter to add titles and journalling has been fun too! I can't wait to keep going, and am praying to the paper goddess that I can get into the flow of things soon! :)

Pretty New Products:

I recently purchased some lovely items from Maggie Holmes's "Flourish" collection. It's all so beautiful and I am hoping it will inspire me to start documenting 2018! :) Check out the haul! :)

For those who don't craft too much, it's kind of like a "show hole" or a "reading slump" just the worst. hehe I'm determined to keep at it though!

Also, thank you to everyone who was thinking of or sending good vibes to my grandma. It's a miracle that after her bad fall (splitting her skull open) that she is home now, and recovering well! She's lost both her sense of taste and smell... but she's one lucky lady! Thank you again to those who said a little prayer for her. :)

What have you been up to lately?

I'm excited to catch up on your blogs and SUYB post babysitting staycation. 

Make sure to hop on over to Lauren's page and check out her post too! :)



    An InLinkz Link-up

Monday, March 12, 2018

February Reads // Romance, Role Play, and Fantasy (not as dirty as it sounds.. ;) )

Whew, its March! Last week was KC's kinda sorta bday week and we were watching my sister OE while my mom was in Arizona. We are hoping to do another pseudo-bday week this week... but it's honestly been a little hard to be excited about too much. I hate that none of our travel plans have worked out yet this year. Oh well, maybe sometime soon. Trying to stay positive! Looking forward to catching up with all of your posts this week!

The first few books that I read in February (Love, Rosie, The Sun is Also a Star, and Haven) were all reviewed in my January post!

The Beau and The Belle by R.S. Grey

4 Stars - I recommend if you enjoy romance novels, "the one that got away" trope, and New Orleans.

This book follows Beau, a law student who takes an apartment in an affluent area of New Orleans. It is in the back of a wealthy family's home. He works to makeup what he can't pay in rent. The family's teenage daughter, Lauren, is too interested in him, and he knows it. The two walk a thin line between friends and more. After a hurricane tears them apart, they meet up years later. Nothing is standing in the way this time around.

First off, I had no idea that it took place in NOLA. I am obviously quite obsessed with NOLA... so that really helped me to love this book. Also, I've never read a "true" romance novel. So this was a first. hehe I like that this book walked the line between romance where not much happens, and like 50 Shades style romance. In the beginning I was a leeetle skeezed out by Beau being SO MUCH older than Lauren when they were younger... because that's like an 8 year age difference with a teenager... but... when they are older it's less creepy, and looking back he's got respectable restraint. LOL. Anyhow, this book was pretty steamy, and overall funny and enjoyable to read. IRL note, we were thinking of going to Colorado in March... and now we are just going back to NOLA... because seriously, I kept reading this book and I was like I WANT TO GO here and here and here again! ha :) *UPDATE- we did not go to NOLA.. damn music festivals taking over entire city and all reasonable hotels...* :(

The Chaperone by Laura Moriarty

4.5 Stars - I recommend if you enjoy historical fiction and complex characters who experience a lot of character growth.

Louise Brooks is a young dancer, who has been accepted to a dance school in New York City. Her parents make an agreement with Cora, a married woman, to be her chaperone for the trip. Cora has a mission of her own while she is in New York, one that she'd rather keep to herself. Over the trip Cora realizes that Louise is a lot more work than she had expected, but learns from her all the same. This story is an interesting coming of age, and coming into one's own story for both characters, set in the backdrop of the 1920's.

I really enjoyed the time period this book was set in, and that it wasn't all about flappers and big parties. So many books set in the 1920s are incredibly flapper-centric. I liked that the narrative spanned multiple plots and parts of the main character's life as well. I felt like Cora grew a lot as a character throughout the book, and I was really delighted to see where she went through the end of the novel. I thought that the writing was really rich and descriptive, and I loved the nod to the Midwest. Moriarty is an alum from my university, and it was fun to read about bits of Kansas. I also felt that I learned a decent bit about orphan trains as well as society (and its expectations) in the 1920's. Highly recommend if you enjoy historical fiction.

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

4 Stars - I recommend if you enjoy contemporary YA, and are looking for diversity within the genre.

This book follows Simon, he's sixteen, and he's gay. But he's not "out" yet. He spends a lot of time emailing his mysterious friend "Blue" another gay guy at his high school, they have formed a very tight bond. The catch is, they don't know each other's real identities. When a conniving classmate see's Simon and Blue's emails, and learns his secret, he blackmails him. Simon must navigate his teenage feelings, his complicated friendships, the upcoming musical at his high school, online email "dating" Blue, and blackmail all at once.

I thought that this was a really sweet yet important YA book. I love seeing that this novel is so popular as it gives a bit of representation within the genre. Though it is not an "own voices" novel, I did think that the book was really well written. Unlike some of my other recent reads that included letters, emails, etc. I loved that this story was told partly in narrative, and partly via emails between Simon and Blue. Anyhow, I liked Simon quite a bit, I loved his emails with Blue, and I thought it was really sweet and fun. I was dying to find out who Blue was, and I guessed it closer to the end of the book. I didn't completely feel like I understood Simon's character, but it was close. He's in a rough situation, so I can see why he kind of overlooks things going on with his friends and family... also, I mean, he's a teen. :P I'm excited that this has been made into a movie (Love, Simon), and I can't wait to watch it soon! :)

From Lukov, With Love by Mariana Zapata

4 Stars - I recommend if you enjoy contemporary romance, specifically slow burn ones, and the hate to love trope.

Jasmine has been skating her whole life with the goal of winning medals and achieving her dreams. When her pairs partner leaves her unexpectedly she finds herself unable to compete, working as a waitress, living with her mom, and basically out of hope. One day she's invited to speak with the GM, and to her surprise her arch enemy, Ivan Lukov, is waiting for her... and he wants to be her new partner. Can two people who hate each other so much skate together without killing each other?

I wasn't going to download this until after I read Wall of Winnipeg and Me, in case it wasn't my kind of book... , because I don't read a lot of romance novels.... But then I found out that this was about figure skating. FIGURE SKATING! I wanted to be Kristi Yamaguchi for the better part of my childhood, so this was a no brainer at $1.99. At first I wasn't completely sure about Jasmine's character, I'm not used to reading books where people are dealing with a lot of issues, but you don't know what they are... so it took me a while to understand her better... but once I did I was totally on board with everything. I loved her and Ivan, I loved them as a pairs team. I loved everything with her family probably the most, they were so fun. I can definitely relate to the specific drama that she had with her dad... whew.. emotional stuff. And also her internal struggles with never being good enough. I thought this was a blast to read and couldn't have come at a better time with the Olympics just happening. I definitely recommend if you enjoy contemporary romance.

Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake - re-read

I highly recommend this book if you enjoy fantasy. I picked it up, and I couldn't put it down. I especially recommend this if you like books that center around a competition (The Hunger Games, The Selection, HP - Goblet of Fire, GOT, etc.). This just came out and will eventually be a series.

In every generation on this island a set of triplet queens is born. Each has a special gift, there is a poisoner (able to tolerate and mix poisons), a naturalist who can grow plants and control animals, and a elemental who can control the elements. The triplets are separated and raised to hone their gifts. For when they come of age, they battle to the death, and the last queen alive is the true ruler. The trouble is, two of the sisters have no gift at all. Arsinoe is unable to control any plants or animals, and Katharine is poisoned and cannot tolerate it. Mirabella controls the elements with ease, but doesn't want to kill her sisters. This book is full of intrigue, betrayal, adventure, and magic.

I read this again so I could get to the sequel, and was reminded of it because Ashley and Audrey both read it for Erin's 9.0! So, I used it for my 9.0, and as my re-read. I enjoyed this just as much the second time, even though I knew what would happen, I still found the twists and turns toward the end thrilling. I highly recommend if you enjoy fantasy!

One Dark Throne by Kendare Blake

4 stars - I recommend if you enjoy fantasy. It is a good follow up to the first book, and I am still not really sure what will happen with the series.

As the Ascension year is under way Katharine, Arsinoe, and Mirabella are finally able to compete for the throne. As their gifts grow they will make attempts on each others lives, in order to take the throne for themselves.

I read this right after my re-read of the first book, overall I didn't like it quite as much as the first one, but did find it to be a strong follow up to the first book. I like that we learn a bit more about the queens, the other characters, and the world that the story is set in. I most loved the fact that this series is so focused on female strength and also friendships. There is romance, but it is not as central as friendship is. After finishing, I didn't feel that there were as many twists and turns, but I still don't really know what will happen, so that's good! :) 

Chaotic Good by Whitney Gardner*

3.75 - 4 Stars - I recommend if you enjoy quirky YA contemporary novels, or the female perspective within "nerd culture".

This story follows Cam a cosplay genius. She makes her own costumes, blogs, takes them to cons, etc. But when she moves from Portland to Eugene, she finds herself unable to go into the comic shop without the owner's nephew mansplaining during her entire visit. Naturally, to visit the shop and avoid the awkwardness, she cosplays as a boy. When the guys at the shop ask the guy version of her to play D&D with them, she thinks this is just what she needs to finish her portfolio for costume design school... however, it might jeopardize brand new friendships along the way.

This book was a lot of fun to read. It reminded me a little bit of Fan Girl. It definitely had that nerdy, coming of age feel to it. However, the D&D bits were woven in a bit more directly, and a bit more subtle than the fan fic in Fan Girl. I loved that this was also a critique of what it is like to be a female who is interested in things withing nerd culture, it can be hard. While I haven't dealt with a lot of these issues first hand, I have lots of friends who have. I appreciated it being addressed here. I loved Cam's character. It was so fun to read about her nerdy and creative pursuits, it makes me wish that I could sew! hehe I loved Dot, I loved Cam's family, I honestly could have done with a little more of the family dynamics within the novel as well. Dot and Lincoln were the cutest, and I'd have loved to know more about them! Overall I think this book is a little bit niche, but is definitely accessible if you are interested in it. My knowledge of D&D and Cosplay are fairly low, and I didn't have any issues with it. I really liked the illustrations thrown in here and there. I think it would have been neat to see sketches of her costumes as well!

Linking up with Jana and Steph for Show Us Your Books tomorrow. :) 

What have you been reading? What do you hope to read this month?! 

Let's be friends on Goodreads!



* Asterisks denote titles that I was given advance access to by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. These reviews are my own opinion, and based on the edition of the book I was given at the time. Thank you Netgalley!

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Roaring, Swinging, Fabulous, Groovy Blog Collaboration // 1920's

It's one of my favorite days! Audrey & I's Roaring, Swinging, Fabulous, Groovy Blog Collaboration! :) 

Today, Audrey and I are talking about the 1920's. I still want to watch more period movies and read more historical fiction this year! SO MAKE SURE TO SHARE YOUR RECOMMENDATIONS BELOW IN THE COMMENTS! :) :) AND MAKE SURE TO HOP ON OVER TO AUDREY'S BLOG TO CHECK OUT HER RECOMMENDATIONS! :) 

Here we go:

On the first Tuesday of the month, February through November, we're highlighting books & films from/about specific eras that we recommend! (Television shows, too, sometimes!) There's no commitment or link-up during those months on your end, but in December we’ll host a recap/link-up for the entire year!

I'm learning a lot from this challenge already: 

Books, Films, and Bonus will be things that I HAVE read or watched. "On Deck": will be things that I am hoping to get to soon!

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald - Check out my post about Gatsby, here. - PS I do not like Daisy. ugh.
The Chaperone by Laura Moriarty - Check out my thoughts on this one for SUYB next week! Spoiler: I loooved it!
Lady Chatterley's Lover by D.H. Lawrence - Currently Reading!

Anastasia - all time favorite (obviously)
The Great Gatsby - The Baz Luhrmann version... because I love him, obvs.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them - I adore this movie! (sorry for double sharing, Audrey!)

Downton Abbey - TV - I know it's shameful... but I haven't finished this!
Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries - TV - THE BEST SHOW EVER, GO WATCH IT!

The Romanov Sisters: The Lost Lives of the Daughters of Nicholas and Alexandra by Helen Rappaport (book) - So fascinated by the Romanovs... this might be mostly the 1910s...
Z: The Beginning of Everything (show)
Women in Love (mini series)
The Immigrant (movie)
Dreamland Burning by Jennifer Latham (book)
Florence Foster Jenkins (movie) - watched this later it is from the 1940's... whoops! I definitely recommend.
The Rest of Fitzgerald's Books

I clearly have a lot of work to do! 

What books, movies, or shows can you recommend that take place in the 1920's? Is there a goodreads equivalent for movies?!

Be sure to hope over to Audrey’s blog and check out her recommendations!

Next month we’re checking out my favorite era- the 1930s! It was a tough decade for our country but from devastation and depression is born hope and stories of courage and resilience! We’ll share some of our favorites in April!



Monday, March 5, 2018

Oscars Dresses 2018 // Red Carpet Love

Happy Monday, Friends! I hope that you had a great weekend!

This week is KC's bday week, and we are hanging out with my sister Olivia while my parents have their last (I HOPE) divorce trial. I suppose it's a good thing our travel plans fell through. Hoping to make the most of it. Feeling a little sad that we weren't able to travel in Jan/Feb due to illness and now due to travel and family issues, but it will all be fine I'm sure. Hopefully we can make April super fun! :)

Onward! Let's talk about the pretty Oscars dresses! I didn't watch the coverage or the Oscars themselves, but I always love to see the dresses. To be honest, it's not the Oscars fault.. I just can't really watch anything for that long anymore. It doesn't hold my attention!

Most of the gowns that I loved this year were white or blush toned, and most were flowy. There's nothing unusual in that. What is a bit unusual though, is how many I loved. Last year there was such a smaller pool! :) (and there were so many more I wanted to add!) ... *all images via google*

Allison Janney - Congratulations on Your Oscar! :) 

Zoey Deutch

Allison Williams

Elizabeth Moss

Emily Blunt

Gal Gadot

Gina Rodriguez - MY FAVORITE

Greta Gerwig - I LOVE YELLOW!

Jennifer Garner

Jennifer Lawrence - she looks like a mermaid

Keala Settle

Samara Weaving

Pheobe Waller

Molly Simms

Marai Nagasu

Mira Sorvino 
Margot Robbie

Leslie Mann

Leslie Bibb 
Laura Dern

Kumail Nanjaini and Emily V. Gordon

What was your favorite dress?!

I also can't help but add Tom Holland, because he's so cute. Look at Spiderman all dapper! Again this was difficult, so many good suits.. I just should have posted like 80 photos.

Anyhow, yeah, lots of great fashion this year. I admittedly haven't seen a lot of the movies that were nominated. I do have The Big Sick and Coco on deck sometime this week. I would like to eventually see The Post, Lady Bird, and The Shape of Water. (at least). :) 

What did you guys think? Did you watch the Oscars?

Which dresses or movies were your favorites?

Check out my 2017 & 2014 Picks!