Let’s all put on something floaty and cut-off and let our nipples show and go to Coachella and hold hands…
Anyone with me?
Ah. Youth! (Coachella) There will come a day when they will look at these photos with laughter and remorse. I speak from experience. Also, I need to see some video of the goat yoga. Have always been taken with goats. Yoga — not so much. If anything could get me to a yoga studio it would definitely be baby goats.
I have done a lot of yoga, and I have worked with goats, but never the twain shall meet (and I would definitely choose goats over yoga these days!).
Thanks for the video! Do tell about working with goats. I want to!
Is there a height-weight limit for admission to Coachella?
Not to mention an age limit or minimum discretionary income requirement…
*Yawn* SO many women trying SO hard. And a lot of bitchface – and I don’t mean the resting kind. Ugh.
Coachella seems to have become self-parody. Or maybe it always was.
I wish I could mock Coachella but alas I am in Miami and we have Ultra Music Festival. The neon/furry bikini/body paint looks are far worse.
I’d snark about the Coachella slideshow, but then I recalled what I wore to Lollapalooza in 1992. Picture it: black lace crop top, black sports bra, high-waisted light wash jean shorts cuffed really short, fishnets, and black Chucks. And I thought I looked damned good too. Ha!
It seems obvious that the owners of the Frank Lloyd Wright house are at an age when it’s time to move on, but I’d love to know if they’d do it all again. How did that house work for them as a living space, and would it still work for a family today?
In the words of the great Dolly Parton
“it takes a lot of money to look this cheap”
I love a fun over the top outfit as much as the next girl…
But why try so hard! Oy,