hump day

It's Wednesday AND it was my last day at school this week! What what! Those kiddos will be excited to see a sub tomorrow, don't you remember those days in high school? However, it might not be that fun for them considering the amount of work I left... opps.

But it is Oh How Pinteresting Wednesday and I have lots of awesome finds to show you!

First and foremost, most of you have probably heard of the #Kony2012 campaign by now. I've been involved with Invisible Children since they first visited UGA my freshman year of college. (Awhile ago...) The cause dug into my heart and I felt like it was something I should support. While many disagree with the organization and the way they are handling their #Kony2012 campaign, I believe they are getting awareness of the situation out there. And that's a good thing. We need to get educated about what is going on in the world. So often we find ourselves living in American bubble, we forget there are bad things going on out there. Let's show them love in any way that we can. And if that is promoting an issue, so at least some people can now know it exists, I think that is great. Education is key.

The KONY2012 video showed a clip of an adorable little boy with a bike-Thumbs Up for Rock and Roll. Then tonight on Pinterest, I saw a link! And let me just tell you... this little boy is inspirational! These 55 seconds will make your heart melt with goodness.

Can I have this living room please? I love the high doors/windows, white and natural antique furniture with splashes of color. I just don't have enough words to tell you how much I LOVE this!

I have recently become obsessed with finding a sideways cross necklace in gold. I just think they are so pretty.

Now I think this is hilarious, but the fiance would LOVE to own the Georgia skillet! Maybe he'll get one for Christmas!

And I am thinking this might be my new project for mine and David's future apartment! How cute and totally reused!

Happy Weekend! Or sorry, I meant Wednesday for you!

2 comments:

  1. court- I think you can find a necklace like that at etsy! here is a link to one:
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/92476561/sideways-cross-necklace-gold-cross?ref=sr_gallery_5&sref=&ga_ref=auto&ga_search_query=cross+necklace&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_ship_to=US&ga_search_type=handmade&ga_facet=handmade

    my friend has one just like that and it's so cute!!

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  2. Thank you SO MUCH for raising awareness about Kony!!! I hope you paint your town on 4/20/12! :)

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