6:30am: alarm dings and I press snooze 3 times
7am: wake up, shower, coif hair, apply makeup, dress
8am: grab already packed bags and head out the door
9am: change into Annabelle and participate in the filming of a documentary regarding Henry Bergh, the founder of the ASPCA, by Sagacity Productions
2pm: go out to lunch (still in 1860s garb)
4pm: head home for a super quick nap
5pm: paint toes and get dressed for a modern evening out
11pm: arrive home, feeling like I’ve just lived at least two days… all in one!
The amazing part? Despite the fact that I didn’t have time to change my 1860s hair style, it worked just as well for my modern look! I got a comment that it looked inspired by the 1940s. Maybe? I think a modern woman always looks distinguished and a bit vintage when wearing her hair up in the evening, since it is just not the style these days (and I was surrounded by mostly college age people… so there were mostly curling ironed hair styles around…). To be entirely fair, there were many amazing parts of that day! I feel blessed that it was mine.