A while back, I purchased two tickets to go see my all time favorite singer, Lianne La Havas. Lianne is a British contemporary R&B and soul singer with jaw dropping vocals. My sister and I went to see her at Buckhead Theatre this past Thursday, where we were surrounded by fans who loved her almost as much as I love her. She looked stunning and classy and told us a few sassy things with a dash of humor. I would kill to be her best friend. She is such an angel.
My sister and I stood second row and I was able to take a few good pictures and videos. If you haven't heard of her, go look her up right now. Lianne La Havas. All of her songs are winners and she's just as good live as she is in her tracks. You'll only become slightly addicted!
A spontaneous drive landed us in a high end antique store in the little town of Roswell, Georgia. I've always loved antiques and what they have to offer to your home or living space. As I'm redecorating my bedroom, my eyes were peeled for any item that might add some flare to my space. Red Baron's Antiques had elaborate, rich fireplace mantels and fully involved bars, not to mention floor to ceiling doors and marble statues. Antique motorcycles, a full movie theater, hundreds of lights, framed pictures, you name it- they had it.
Antique dress forms? Wouldn't this be convenient for my current dress project.
Outside of the shop were statues fit for the front yard of a million dollar mansion. Demanding lion statues and fountains with frolicking cherubs. Seriously? I didn't even know you could still buy those. If you're in the market for restoring an old telephone booth, go to Red Baron's. This particular gazebo was etched marble, complete with a wrought iron roof.
This greenhouse lives up to its name. It's a metal and glass structure which is something that lives only in my dreams. Stepping inside was like stepping inside a fairy tale. Maybe Cinderella-esque?