April has already come and gone! Spring is here! Well, sort of. Wyoming can't make up it's mind. One day we're in the sixties and seventies, the next there's snow. That tease of good weather makes one want to be outside, in it all though! There's always something about spring that makes one feel new again. So- here are new outfits, new (old) movies and much, much more that April brought with it!
New (Old) Movies
Take some style inspiration from the blondes in Hitchcock's North by Northwest and Rear Window. Or, if you're in need of a smile, try watching the iconic Singin' in the Rain.
This month, we talked about how to write a letter to a politician. On a lighter note, I also shared some of my favorite stationary items and shared what was in the latest Popbasic Box. By the way, if you're interested in buying Popbasic's Ashbury Collection- or any future collection!- This link will get you fifteen dollars off (Even if you've already signed up with the company!)
April has been a crazy month. It started off with a road trip over our spring break. Along the way, I got to meet up with fellow Flock Together Blogger- Hannah of Braided Bandit. It was a first time meeting another blogger in real life for us both; she's a doll.
On the blog, these lovely suggestions set the tone for the month. Other ladies got to spread some positivity when they they shared what their favorite physical feature was. This month, I was tickled to be featured on Anna's blog, and I also was lucky enough to be interviewed by Popbasic!
Amazing stop motion
Sarah of Story Girl Sarah struts her stuff at the Easter Parade
What I wish every American understood
Why We Look the Way We Do Now
Flock Together welcomed two new members Jana of Small Town, Big Smile and Taylor of Nothing But a Pigeon. Check out these cool ladies, if you aren't following them already!
Rachel shares her amazing senior project
Where children sleep
How the French eat
There are good people in the world. This man is proof.
Alex of Into the Woods and Carrie of Wish Wish Wish have me dreaming of spring.
A young feminist's open letter
Babies are always a good idea