I'm back! Well, sort of. I still can't get my email to work. But I am too tired and frustrated to deal with it now, so I will deal with it another day. And for those of you wondering where I have been and what's the story, here it is in a nutshell.
I returned home from vacation on July 10th, only to discover my computer had a black screen. I took it in to the Apple store the very next day and they said all it needed was a new battery. $173.00 dollars later, and I was back in business July 15th. I had my computer only a week and a half, and I went to open it up in the morning, and there it was again, a black screen. I headed straight back to the Apple Store and they said it was a separate issue and would cost another $379.00 to fix. Well, at this point I already sunk $173.00 into it and the computer is only three years old and would cost $1200.00 to replace. So I said "Go Ahead". A week later, they call me and said it was fixed, but that it needed a tune up and that would cost another $50.00. I wanted to scream, but instead I calmly said "Go ahead, what does another $50.00 matter?", and finally picked up my computer two days later. Only to get it home, and find out the email isn't working. It keeps telling me I have the wrong password, but when I go and sign in to change my password, my password works perfectly fine...there is no other password. So, it said "Contact your email provider". I am hot, I am tired, I am angry, I am frustrated, so I really don't want to get on the phone right now for over an hour talking to some techie to figure out the problem. At this point, I think I can live without email. It's nothing but junk mail most of the time anyway because any real, live human being I care to talk to either texts me, leaves a comment on my blog, or Facebook Messages me. Who needs email anyway? UGH! Sorry for the vent...I should have waited till I calmed down before writing this post. But I felt I waited long enough to post as it was.
So now that I have explained everything, lets talk about something a lot more fun and less stressful....like fashion! This is an outfit I wore a few Sunday's ago. My husband and I went to church in the morning, out to lunch, then over to visit a friends farm; so the outfit had to be somewhat nice, but also comfortable, walk-able, and something that wouldn't be the end of the world if I got it dirty.
Everything is old except the top. I bought it at Francesca's when I was in Florida back in February (but it's still available HERE!). I have been on the hunt for yellow items because it is a color that is very lacking in my wardrobe. I find yellow such a cheerful color, don't you?
The top has so much interesting detail. It has raised seams on the back and shoulders. It's a nice sheer flowing loose fabric, so it is very comfortable to wear on a hot day. I wore a white tank underneath because it is so sheer.
Because I went to a farm after church, I dressed my lower half down a bit by wearing distressed boyfriend jeans. I also wore old sandals that I wasn't afraid of getting ruined, and it was a good thing since we ended up taking a nice long hike through the woods. Although they are not ideal for hiking, they are comfortable, so I managed.
The sunglasses are new this season, they are by Rocawear and I purchased them at J.C. Penney (My pair is no longer available, but there are other Rocawear sunglasses HERE). The green and gold stone pendant necklace is also new. I picked that pretty piece up on clearance at Charming Charlies. My other jewelry is an old bracelet which was a gift from a friend and a blue cross body bag by Lulu (old, JCP).
And now, here are some pictures of me at our friend's farm and their pretty cows that they raise.
Well, I really hope once I get my email up and running again that all my computer problems are behind me...or Apple Corporate Offices will be hearing from me! The technician said I should be able to get another three or four years out of this computer...so that's what I'm hoping for!
Have a Great Day! Amy
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