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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

What I Wore: Summer to Fall

Happy Wednesday!
First, THANK YOU for all the prayers for my friend Angela and baby Sophia.
Angela's Facebook note last week says it best.
"All I can say is if u doubt that God exists and the power of prayer look into my Sophia's eyes. The docs were so concerned over her pulmonary artery being so dialated and after further testing it was apparently MIS-READ! Now we know how many people have been praying and this wad not a mis-read. They have the ultrasound pics and tests to prove it. Science vs God and God won!!!! Amen!!"

Not only was Baby Sophia born pink (meaning she was breathing and her heart was pumping an adequate supply of oxygen through her body) but the doctors can find NO evidence of the original condition they were so concerned about. She is not completely out of the woods, but things are looking up! God is so, so good!!! She is home with her mom, dad, and 3 big sisters and will stay home until her surgery to repair the tiny hole in her heart.
Your prayers are still appreciated!
And for the outfits- in the words of my friend, Heidi-weak.
Ready for it?
 Breadwinner was out of town. I did my best with my remote shutter, but eek-scary.
Floral dress and gray drapey sweater-American Eagle, White skirt-Old Navy, go-to camel belt-Target, fabulous cowboy boots-hand me down from my best friend.
Momma Go Round did a series on dressing your summer clothes for fall. Thought the triple digit desert temperatures aren't feeling much like fall- I decided to give it a go. What do you think about this dress unbuttoned on the lower half and worn over a skirt? And white- after Labor Day. *gasp* When the temps cool I will probably wear this with a chunkier sweater and maybe some cable tights.
As always linking up with Lindsey.
What are you most looking forward to this fall?


Stacey said...

Love the idea of transitioning your clothes from summer to fall! You look great!

Praising God for baby Sophie!!!

Cherish said...

I love the dress unbuttoned over the skirt. I actually was thinking I loved that dress and I didn't even realize it was a dress over a skirt. Great job!

Beth @ Through the Eyes of the Mrs. said...

This is an adorable outfit. When my husband is away my five year old take my photos. You can usually tell, ha ha. Stop by sometimes

DaenelT said...

Praise God! I truly believe in the power of prayer and I know this is a miracle.

Love your outfit... such a great transition.

Jenelle "rella ella ella" said...

ummmm, duh. why am i just now putting it together. I read your wiww posts and today a light bulb went off that this blog belongs to fairlyfabulous1 on twitter. Hi, I'm a dork! love the outfit!

Meagan Halquist said...

You've got me wanting a pair of cowboy boots now. Darn you!

Brittany said...

So cute! LOVE the whole look, but espcially love the open dress/skirt underneath.

Linda Z said...

So pretty and romantic. :)

The Duty's said...


Jenna Duty

Rags to Stitches said...

Cute dress!! I really want to write something sassy, but I won't. Wait, where's your pretty face? #posteditingissues. hahaha Love you!

Mommyblogger said...

What awesome news! There is so much power in prayer. Continued prayers for your friend and baby :)