Some causes cross borders, so while the American Heart Association may use red as the colour of their campaign to raise awareness of heart disease in women, I feel no sense of treason as a Canadian joining in this Red for Women blog challenge!
I was at Walmart yesterday grabbing garbage bags when I saw this sweater. Needing SOMETHING to get me through the weekend (not just in terms of clothing, but also in terms of mental comfort), I grabbed it, for all of $9. Since I shrunk/felted 3 sweaters (one might be salvageable), I figured I could handle a $9 sweater.
And because my parents are awesome, and know life is kind of insane right now, they've put us up in a hotel for a couple nights. Now I'm starting to chill out a bit, and definitely had some great R&R in the hot tub. It's our last night here so we're somewhere between bored (we feel that if we're in a hotel we're on vacation and should be seeing the sights), and exhausted, so I'm pretty sure we'll grab a drink in the lounge, then go to bed, because we are, after all, rockstars, and it is almost 7:30.
For more information about Go Red For Women and fashion blogging, check out What Andie Wears. If you missed out on the official Go Red for Women Day, don't worry, she's extending the challenge to every Friday in February