It's hard to beat a goat in a silk scarf for a Monday morning post, right?  I am glad this photo by the talented Jenny Alcala was in the new Matchbook Magazine, because it kills two birds with one stone (oh, gosh please remind me to never use that saying again, it's quite ghastly). I didn't want to forget this week to mention that the new Matchbook was out (love that little tome) and of course I always like to start the week off with a little bit o' cute, so here I have them both in one post--brilliant.  On another note, I am still on my honeymoon (mentally), I lost my car at an outdoor mall parking lot yesterday and it just so happened to be during a torrential downpour, great. I am also abnormally exhausted, I think it could be a bit of depression from having to come home from one of the most beautiful spots on earth. I promise to get you all caught up with everything soon. Hopefully my brain is willing to cooperate. For those wondering, I did finally find my car.

Anonymous –  (November 21, 2011 at 6:29 AM)  

You've survived the whirlwind, let it settle, you will come back to ourself.

Chelsea (November 21, 2011 at 8:29 AM)  

Love Matchbook! Went to school with Kate and Jane, so I am so happy to see their venture succeeding. That goat, well, it's just adorable. Congratulations. xo

Susan (November 21, 2011 at 9:00 AM)  

After your wedding/honeymoon it always feels a bit depressing, like after the holidays. Have no fear...the cloud will lift soon-Thanksgiving should help! :)

KB {Tragic and Lovely} (November 21, 2011 at 11:10 AM)  

Can't beat a cute, well-dressed man with an animal :) Get yourself settled - we'll try to be patient and wait to see pictures and hear stories until things calm down! ;)

Miss B. (November 22, 2011 at 1:53 AM)  

Thank you ladies, I know it's going to be all better soon, but I want to be on my honeymoon always, is that wrong? I can't wait to share where I went!

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