I took advantage of a day off to load the kids into the car and drive up to New Hampshire for my mother's birthday two weeks ago. I didn't technically wear the heels up there.....but I thought the heels and clutch were a fun way to dress up the outfit (full disclosure, I actually wore gladiator sandals for the drive and walking around as heels do not generally make sensible farm attire).
The dogs just love running around up at the farm. So much for the pooches to explore between the fields, barns, orchard, you get the idea. A perfect opportunity for some gratuitous Kiki shots. Though, I was a concerned mama when we were warned about the fisher cat that has taken up in the blackberry bushes. Dangerous for the dogs and double whammy, preventing us from picking any of the delicious fruit! Trust me, you don't want to tango with a fisher cat my friends. They will win.
PS, husband contributed the name for this post. Yes, my backdrop is a barn but the term has another financial related meaning, as one hell of a week (chaotic highs and lows), applied in this case to the stock market . My new word of the week = barn burner. I see future potential use for applying this term to extreme sample sales or markdown situations.