Life Lately

Last Friday I enjoyed a little happy with two of my fav gals, Buffy and Erin. My dress is sold out but I will repost if it comes back in stock. We did the rose flights at Jospehine and loved them.

On the way back from Palmetto Bluff the kids and I made a pit stop through Beaufort for the night. Beaufort is a special place for us we just love it there.

Blouse | Shorts

Sterling snapped this picture the night before Frances Moon started kindergarten. I can’t believe both my babies are in big kid school!

The kids requested a back to school dinner at one of our favorite neighborhood spots Edison. I had the prosciutto wrapped pears with blue cheese and honey and I will definitely recreate this for an appetizer.

First day of school pictures:)

We had a back to school Pool Party in our neighborhood last weekend. I made my standard charcuterie spread.

Miltons Cheese Crackers, celery, watermelon radish, Gruyere, salami, everything crackers, Manchego, Fuji apple, cucumbers, pepperoni, Black Bean hummus, pimento cheese, pickled okra, Marcona almonds, fig jam.

A few recent purchases:

Obsessed with this black swing tee.

Tee | Jeans

Leopard Peplum Blouse | Jeans | Sandals

Flutter Sleeve Tee | Similar Skirt | Sneakers

There is a new line of pajamas I am loving for Frances Moon called little sleepers. They are the softest pjs ever and come in the cutest prints. I reached out and they gave me a code foe you guys to save 15% and get free shipping, use code DBDD15! You can shop them all HERE.

Leopard PJS

Had the best breakfast at Black Magic at great spot on James Island. Huevos are one of my all time favorite breakfasts.

This is my new favorite candle it smells amazing.

Arugula Candle

Have a great weekend.

1 Comment

  1. Julie
    August 28, 2019 / 5:39 pm

    Those pears with prosciutto sound amazing. I’m going to try to recreate it. Your love and talent for charcuterie has inspired me and I think we have one every time we have people over. Thanks for all the inspiration! And that picture in Beaufort, where is that? Lowcountry produce?

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