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Weekend: Spontaneous Trip to Florida

Miss planner had a moment that wasn’t so planned. Last weekend, I flew home to Florida to enjoy a few days with my dad and my brothers. I gave my dad less than 1 week’s notice that I was coming home, and red flags were surely raised. He knows his daughter, who usually sends an itinerary months in advance. So what sparked the spontaneity? You know when you get a sudden craving for a taste, a smell or a person? Chocolate is a good example, a phone call to an old friend is another. Well, that’s what I felt, a sudden urge for family and the Sunshine State. I’ve spent most of the summer crafting the content for my online and soon-to-be-announced, in-person bra making class (email me if you’re interested in attending). It’s been exciting, exhilarating yet exhausting. As the planning came to an end last week and things fell into place, it was time for me to take a step back and relax. And that, my friends, is what I did. To sum it up, I didn’t do a whole lot. I also didn’t wear a whole lot as you can see. I forgot about how heavy that Florida humidity can be. Those 4 days I was with my family was just what I needed as I end one big project and start another one. I’ll have to keep quiet about that until it’s right to talk about. Can I just say that I’m so excited for the future of Madalynne? How am I so lucky to have great things going on in my life?


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    Can’t wait to hear the new about your projects…hope you had a great time in Florida.

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    Cinne Worthington

    I love this photo of you! There is something about the dark forest in the background that makes the heat seem bearable.

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    Meg the Grand

    I love this photo of you – tres chic! I am also very excited about the future of Madalynne, you fabulous lady you!

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    Can’t wait to hear about your fun new project! Beautiful pic!

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    Gwen Gyldenege

    Smart cookie taking that time to unwind and trusting your instincts. Rejuvination and a “winter period” after a big project is so critical to having energy and clarity when starting a huge new project. Congrats!

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