So, up next are my last two year-in-review posts! (sorry these are coming so sloowly.) This is part three (see two and one). Gosh, I miss that cotton candy pink hair!!! ::sniff:: Now that my hair is growing out, once it gets a bit longer, I'm going to try doing a natural copper red on top like I normally do, and pastel pink tips, so that it at least won't have the shock-factor of the all over pink. Have any of you done this? Tips please?
Ok, pink hair aside (I dyed my hair today, so obviously it's on the brain), here are some highlights from this photo-round-up:
TRAVEL/SHOPPING: more Myrtle Beach, North Carolina pics, Amsterdam Flea Markets, a visit to the Miffy store in Amsterdam, Bike Love in Amsterdam, the most amaaaaazing retro-style clothing store in Antwerp, Belgium, another incredible shop in Amsterdam called Kitsch Kitchen, The Netherlands countryside, thrifted Dutch & Belgian vintage kids books, a beautifully curated shop in Amsterdam, a very kitschy Fairyland Caverns in Rock City, Georgia, vintage shopping in Antwerp, the quintessentially Dutch town of Delft, more Amsterdam eye candy, HEMA love.
These photos really make me miss traveling.
Ethan and I did some brainstorming this weekend on where we want to go this summer. We've eaten up a lot of our frequent flyer miles, so any tickets will probably be out of pocket, so depending on how much those will cost our options are Europe again or a Seattle/Vancouver trip. Ethan goes to Vancouver probably once a month because his boss is based there, but he hasn't had a chance to REALLY hit the pavement and explore the city thoroughly. I hear such rave reviews about Vancouver, so I know that trip would be amazing (not to mention, Seattle ain't too shabby either. ;)
If we do Europe, we decided that even though I'm *dying* to go to Sweden, we might do a Denmark/Germany trip (we usually have around 10 days or so that we can travel). Apparently flying to Scandinavia anywhere is pretty pricey, not to mention the price of food/shopping/etc (according to Ethan, I'm kind of oblivious to this sort of thing), so Denmark would give me that Scandinavia fix while being (hopefully) a bit less expensive. We will see.
Do you have any cool travel plans for 2013?