Friday, January 24, 2020

"This stuff's medieval darlin"'

^  a quote from Netflix's "Good Girls" Season 2 : Episode 1
Loving this show BTW

We celebrated my sister Silvia's birthday at Medieval Times in Lyndhurst, NJ

We are apparently green team for lyfe,
as soon we we got into the arena, everything felt very familiar 
& we all realized that we were also the green knight when we went to Medieval Times 
to kick off my bachelorette weekend in 2013...
Confirmed by checking my blog post!

It was also exciting because since our last visit, 
there is now a Queen in charge!

I remember the food being good from our last visit but was pleasantly surprised, 
and the portions are huge, just get ready to eat with your hands.
& the drinks were good too!

Happy Birthday Silvia!
We love you!
{Thanks to my sister Audrey for this perfect collage!}
 I found these guards painted on the wall and their facial expressions are just too relatable:

When we were outside taking my outfit pics my sister Silvia knocked on the window 
and Charlie caught my reaction:

What I Wore: glasses- Bonlook, lips- Covergirl "Lip Lava", earrings- Julie Vos, sweater- vintage, pants- White House Black Market {thrifted}, flat- Target 

LOVE this gold eyeshadow "896 Soft & Sultry" from Hard Candy:

This post from @overheardnewyork 🔛 Instagram is too funny
& I have to agree

Although in this case it was a birthday celebration, 
but I will take any excuse to pop some bubbly!

"this is not a celebration, this is my life."

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