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My name is Amy. Lots of people call me Aimers.
31 years old. Blissfully married. Mama to a young son we call D. I used to live in NYC. Then I moved to Alaska (it was cold!) Now I'm back on the right coast, Vermont to be exact.
I quite like it here.
Burt, are we fuck-ups?
No! What do you mean?
I mean, we’re 34…
…and we don’t even have this basic stuff figured out.
Basic, like how?
Basic, like how to live.
We’re not fuck-ups.
We have a cardboard window.
[Looks at window] We’re not fuck-ups.
[Whispers] I think we might be fuck-ups.
[Whispers back] We’re not fuck-ups.
Because sometimes this is how it feels…
Quote is from a great movie called ‘Away We Go’
This is pretty cool but primarily I’m reblogging it so I can let Declan watch a video of cranes (TANE!) moving while I attempt to go to the bathroom…alone…
Top Left: hiking to the Summit of Stowe Mountain with my friend Caitlin
Top Right: a 10 mile bike ride on the bike path along Lake Champlain with my friend Angelica
Bottom: scenes from the hike at Stowe. VT is insanely beautiful in all seasons but by far the most so in the summertime. We love living here!
After four years, I’m finally parting ways with my NYC corporate wardrobe. Even if I lost 100 pounds, the stuff wouldn’t fit because of my post-baby hips and thighs. And let’s be serious, I don’t really have the need for black dress pants as a stay-at-home mom, let alone 6 pairs. Before we move again, I’m really trying to slim down my closet and the stuff we take with us. It’s bad enough I moved these clothes to Alaska AND back. It’s time…
I signed up for ThreadFlip. If you are in the market for some gently-worn work clothes, click on over to “my closet.” Most of the stuff is size 0-4 and I’ve got some brand NEW Bandolino shoes, size 6, for sale over there too.