Sooooo, it’s been AGES since I’ve blogged. We’ve been in such chaos, I had to sit back and put the important things first and things like blogging, well, at the bottom of the list! Let’s see, we’ve moved to Los Angeles (or as I like to call is “lala land”), and we are still in a bit of chaos as I’m about to embark upon an epic remodel of the kitchen of our new house.
But I still wear lots and lots of dresses, sparkly shoes and Arlowe runs the house more than ever! Some recent photos…follow my Instagram (ksgirlblog) for more of a daily “diary” of my semi-mundane life, where I find myself going to fabulous places that I really have NO business being in! Oh, and lots of Disney trips, to both Disneyland and Walt Disney World.
Hanging at Walt Disney World with my favorite accessory (the husband):
And of course, countless antics from Arlowe:
We have leash trained him and he has settled into being a “city” cat quite well. I mean, we kind of live up in the hills, but for us it’s city life compared to before!
So here’s to us being nearly halfway 2019. It’s been 7 months of stress, tears, good days and bad days. But I’m still here, I still have beautiful clothes, and we are settling into “normal”, and just lots of major changes in our lives that we didn’t expect but we have navigated as gracefully as possible.
Until next time,
PS: you may notice I have changed my Instagram name. I haven’t purchased anything from Kate Spade direct in ages…I’m not the biggest fan of the new collections and really enjoy my older pieces! But I stay up to date, my bank account just rejoices that I haven’t added anything new!
I have waited 7 years for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Love Never Dies” to go on tour and come to a theatre near me. Well, this past week that waiting was over!
Due to some interesting circumstances, I was able to attend opening night at the Pantages in Los Angeles. Oh boy. Now, I’ve seen the filmed production they released in Australia, and I’ve obsessively trolled the internets for photos of the tour that is out in North America, so I had a REALLY good idea of which dress to pull out of my closet for this event! Please excuse the photo quality, I often forget about photos when I’m at the theatre, I’m so excited about the production and caught up in the whirlwind that is opening night!
My dress is Eliza J, I picked it up at Nordstrom Rack last year sometime. Of course my shoes are my favorite Christian Louboutin simples that I strassed in 4 different shades of silver & grey crystals.
The Pantages is the perfect setting for this production:
The show plays in LA through the 22, then dances on down to Orange County to the Segerstrom Center (Which I know, because I have tickets for the 28th to see it there.), then leaves Southern California. If you are a Phantom of the Opera fan, go see this one! The costumes and the sets are BRILLIANT.
I know the critics have been not kind. Ignore them. The music is haunting and the power ballad, “Love Never Dies” is INCREDIBLE. The costumes are works of art, you can even see the detail from the “cheap seats”, which I know is not an easy task. The way the set ebbs and flows, you feel like you are in a working production part of the time. I loved it. I felt transported to the early 1900’s, Coney Island, and it was done very tastefully. It’s a unique show, but comes together beautifully.
Do you have a love of theatre? I do! What’s your favorite show? Mine will always be Phantom of the Opera, however I enjoy every show I’ve been privileged to attend!