so i'm just about to run out the door into the drizzly grey, en route to mister and (future) missus baker's wedding out on the cape. the feel is definitely very england right now, wet, quiet, and thoughtful.
i am feeling very lady-like right now (which is a big departure from what i'm like most of the time... or so i feel when i trip on the sidewalk on a daily basis). have my laundry by shelli segal dress on, with the oh-so-dramatic back, and the shoes that will take me a good ten minutes to step in to. hair swept back, makeup carefully applied. who knew that i would be a kid growing up to sooner or later attend other people's weddings? our generation has arrived, which is simultaneously exciting and terrifying. i have a feeling that more and more weddings will cross my path, and will get old after a bit. but for now, the events are still fresh, and i'm very happy to be able to celebrate with friends on such a momentous point in two people's lives.
lots lots lots of stuff i have yet to blog about, from last night's endless array of artistic openings and receptions around cambridge, the AIGA conference yesterday, and the life-changing concert on thursday seductively staged within the immaculate cocoon of the boston opera house.
so, suffice to say, photographs of everything from jittery solar-powered dragonflies to festive wedding snapshots will be forthcoming. but for now i must get back to work.
you know. the shoes.