“Butter” Luck Next Time

It was only appropriate to go shopping on the same day I launched my blog, of course.  I spent most of my Saturday shopping with my sister-in-law, Jennifer.  We had such a fun day; shopped ’til we dropped.

My family and I have been looking forward to going to eat crab legs for months!  Finally, majority of the tourists have gone home {no offense intended}.  I put my new outfit together for dinner.  A new top and jeans can make a girl feel like a million bucks.


{Shoutout to my hubby for being my personal photographer for 2 minutes!  Love ya!}

This was a much anticipated “night on the town” for us.  We live almost an hour from the seafood joint – all you can eat crab legs!  Yum!


We make it to the restaurant, to the buffet line, and finally back to the table with a plate full of steaming crab legs.  Who doesn’t love crab legs with melted, warm butter on the side for dipping?!  I go to move my butter and…{I’m cringing as I write this} the whole LITER…okay okay, maybe an ounce…falls into my lap.  On my brand new top and jeans.  Not just any jeans, ANTHROPOLOGIE JEANS!  I broke a sweat paying for them earlier in the day {shew}.

Life goes on.  It’s soaking with some Dawn as we speak.  Lesson learned: Looking stylish and going to buffets do not go hand-in-hand.  Wear an old t-shirt next time…note to self.

Atleast the crab legs were worth it.  Plus, time spent with family and friends.



Outfit: Jeans Anthropologie | Top francesca’s | Necklace francesca’s jewelry | Shoes Altar’d State {not the exact same boots, but similar style and from the same company}


I was really hoping to do a fashion post here soon, but with all this flooding in SC…my pajamas are not too fashionable. The couch has been calling my name and it’s given me some time to get this blog started. As I scrolled through Facebook earlier, it is absolutely devastating to see what’s happening in our state.


Above photo from:  WMBF News



I am so thankful for the first responders that are sacrificing their safety for others in need. It’s amazing to see a state come together and help one another.

People are losing their homes, cars, churches, even their lives.




I heard we haven’t had flooding like this for 1,000 years. Unbelievable. We will see better and brighter days… Please keep SC in your prayers!

“When you pass through the waters, I will be with you.” ~Isaiah 43:2


Hey, y’all!

Hey, y’all! I’m Fallon, the new gal around here.


I have recently found myself really enjoying some lifestyle blogs I stumbled across. But even more recently, I had the thought…why couldn’t I do this?! If I had a dollar for every time one of my clients said, “You should write a book about your life!”…let’s just say, I would get my nails done every week and travel the world. So here it goes…

I am so going out on a limb trying this blog out! We shall see where this road takes me! I seem to think my life is pretty interesting {I may be a little bias}. You will see lots of family, faith, food, fashion, animals, photography, and my pup!


I am a southern girl. Born and raised in a small town in South Carolina. I come from a big family. I am going to tell you all about them later {I promise, you won’t want to miss that}! I have a FULL time job as a hairstylist at a local salon. It keeps me very busy. Which leads me to…I met my hunk of love in the salon I worked at 4 years ago. We were married November 2012. He is my main man. I adore him and our fur baby, Jax. They are my heart. Most importantly, I am a Christian. I believe Christ died for my sins on the ol’rugged cross. I also believe my purpose on this earth is to share my love for God. It is the light of my life.


There is so much to tell, so I do hope you will tune in. I am going to try to keep it as real as possible {the good, the bad, and the ugly}. I’m just a simple, southern girl documenting my adventures and life’s journey.


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