July 19, 2008

Caught a trucker outta Philly, had a nice long toke

Home sweet home! The trip was a lot of fun but it is nice to be back. I do actually have some interesting stuff to share (mostly about other bloggers, as a matter of fact) so read on! And brace yourselves!
Just in case this creeped you out, I know Caroline personally. No stalkers here!


So yeah, guess that's it! I missed you all, though I did find time now and then to do a little writing both on the blog and on my face. Have a great day, folks!

27 comments:

The Clothes Horse said...

Oh wow, that looks like such an amazing trip! I love all of your outfits; the belted patterned trousers are especially cool.
And that pic of "Clothe Horse" is amazing! I need to visit it some day...
The picture of you and the Playmobile (best toys ever!) character might be my favorite...

Laurel said...

I'm still pretty sure that you're better than friends I have that are my age - and ten times funnier. Class A humor, you = amazing. Times a million.

Plus some Nesquik, cupcakes and ice cream, and yes - Kathleen Turner is such a dude in Serial Mom, isn't she?

Next time you go to NY, take me with you.

Lucky girl! :)

ANGST said...

Wow, that looks like you had crazy ass massive amounts of fun! And getting to go to the NYTimes building! Kick ass!

Vintage shopping in NY = heavennnnn.

♥ANGST

MHBass said...

i really love that outfit with the wide trousers, it's so relaxed but all pulled together by that red belt. lovely!

FashionSqueah! said...

Aw man! That looks like the funnest trip ever, great outfits too! Good to have you back, Char x

Dapper Kid said...

Haha love the photographs and your little tags! Glad you had lots of fun!!

Little Miss Dress Up said...

great outfits :) i wish i had your style when i was that young!!!

Cait said...

Aw..I love the summer vacation postcards. Such a fun idea. You're so creative!

allison said...

you're so cute, when I was your age I think I was wearing nothing but limited too and jncos.

Elysia said...

your family trips look so fun! and, i would have to agree, converses are not very comfortable to race around ny!

April said...

I live, like, 40 minutes away from Saratoga! I love that place.

Glad you enjoyed your road trip...I'm embarking on one soon with my family as well!

Enfievre said...

seriously, you are the cutest lil thing EVER!!

Dang said...

Wow, looks like you had a ton of fun! What's that font you used on the first three photos?

Taryn "Skinny Genes" B. said...

you are too adorable..Im a new reader lol ^_^

Hannah Cheeto said...

Dude sounds like you had an amazing trip! I'll definitely have to check out the place in Saratoga—I go up there quite a lot!

Wendy said...

The photos of your trip are so entertaining and humorous. You are one cool, stylish, funny girl!

Gabsterr said...

you are just about the coolest person i have ever seeen!

i loved all the outfits.

elizabeth said...

yaaaayyyyy tavi!!! I can' t get over how I look like a giant next to you. It was lovelyyyyyy to meet you and your fam. you are welcome to come visit anytime. And also to be my star intern. x

angeline said...

great pictures!

it looks like you had lots of fun : )

STYLE AND THE CITY - PARIS said...

my dear stylish sweet Tavi

congratulation for your blog
you are not a rookie any more ! lol

before i go to bed, i wanted to warn my friends : be aware ! my last photos could give you the desire to fall in love with Parisian girls and move in ! lol.

cheers from Paris

ps : if you want to switch links, i'll be glad of course.
Let's keep in touch !

Kamel
STYLE AND THE CITY . COM
PARIS

Sara said...

This entry's amusing! Especially when you had fun watching lights reflect off from the bald guy's head. :P I like your vest in the fifth photo. :)

Hanna said...

Thanks for your amazing comment! It's stuff like this that really boost my day and makes me think I am not wasting my time as a writer/blogger!
Seriously, Neutral Milk Hotel changed the way I see music. Before then I sort of listening to whatever was popular or my sister's castoff 90's albums. But from the second I heard "Two Headed Boy" it was like opening floodgates. Every band I've discovered since then can be directly traced back to that album.
PS- Thank you to your sister!

Hanna said...

That's awesome. Lily Allen is slightly "eh" for me. I'm just baffled by all these scrawny white British girls with the voice of Aretha Franklin/Billie Holliday all of the sudden.

Not an ounce of creeptasticness there! hannah21unsqur

Isabel said...

Sounds like the best time ever! You are so cute it makes me happy for the future.

Jonathan said...

Tavi,
It was phenomenal to meet you in person. I told Elizabeth that I felt like asking you for your autograph. We are your biggest fans. Come back to nyc soon! And don't forget to write. J.P.
P.S.: What should my next shades be? I need ideas!

LCL said...

mmm, i used to live in saratoga and that record shop is phenomenal. did you get a chance to go to the racetrack?

Ours Poetica said...

hey, i've been there too, yo! those ARE demon ducks and that record store IS pretty sweet, if a little overpriced. i bought a guns n' roses cassette there once.

in another small-world twist of fate, i went there with a kid who happens to be who you immediately reminded me of, and who also happens to be woody allen and mia farrow's son, who also happen to be people you've been told you look like. you sure you know who you're real parents are? just something to think about...