Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Weekend in the Windy City // Instagram Photos

Last week end my mom and I spend the week end in Chicago. I didn't take as many pictures as I had planned on, since I decided to just enjoy my time with my mom and not worry about pictures so much, but I did get a few instagram pictures, which I thought I'd share with you all:

1. We had Lavaza coffee (the only kind I like) in the room! ♥
2. That made me happy. *grins*
3. We had a breakfast buffet. I had a croissant, fresh fruit, bacon, sausage, potatoes, Lucky Charms cereal and orange juice. I love breakfast.
4. American Street Mortgage company has a YouTube channel. I'm guessing it's the most boring YouTube channel ever. 
5. Back in my day, we had to play with our dolls in real life - we didn't get to put them online. Oh the good old days...
6. What's better than a whole display of Ghirardelli  chocolate?
7. Having an ice cream sunday from the Ghirardelli caffe for breakfast! Thank you, Mommy! ♥


  1. Lol- your comment about the dolls reminds me of the conversations I constantly have with my younger cousin. I always feel compelled to remind her that not only were my toys completely internet free, but that I played with Polly Pockets back when they were a choking hazard. Yep, the good ol' days...... :)

    Your weekend looked about 20 different kinds of fun! Especially the ice cream part..... then again, Im an ice cream addict.


  2. I'm not surprised that AG is stepping on the social network bandwagon :P Everyone is going online these days! Makes me sad for the new generation of little girls who will never know what it's like to actually play with dolls.

    Your trip sounds awesome! I'm so glad you had fun (: Keep being beautiful inside and out

  3. great and yumy pictures ;)



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