Brown Blazer: J.Crew (thrifted)
Striped Blazer: Pacsun
Shirt: Old Navy
Pants: American Eagle Outfitters
Boots: F by Fergie
Hat: American Eagle Outfitters
Eh, Zac Brown Band can usually make anything better.
We left Friday night for Yetta's service. Most of Dad's side of the family made it up to Wasilla and while it was nice to see our relatives, it was under pretty heartbreaking conditions. Yetta was a accomplished violinist and had a gorgeous voice, right after she learned her cancer was terminal she went into the studio to record a few of her personal songs, a goodbye of sorts. One of her songs was played during the service and it was both so touching and so sad to hear her voice.
I keep trying to type this post out and I keep erasing it. I just really don't have the skills to put to words how cool of a girl Yetta was, or how much she's going to be missed or the massive impact she had on some many people's lives. Most of the time I just talk about superficial stuff on the blog, I don't really like putting terribly personal stuff out there about myself or my family, it doesn't feel very appropriate. However, it just feels incredibly selfish not to acknowledged Yetta, I just wish I could do it better.
I don't know. I'm a bit out of sorts and I'm not making mush sense here. I do apologize about that and tomorrow I'll be back to the regular blog. Thanks for baring with me on this and thank you so much for all of your kindness. It was so heartwarming to read everyone's sweet notes this morning, it really meant so much. Thank you.