Dress: Old Navy Tights: Target Boots: Target Scarf: Gift from a friend
Back in middle school and high school, the word "awkward" was horribly overused. Everything was "awkward" - grades on tests, seating patterns at lunch, interactions between friends...you name it, we teenagers called it "awkward" (same goes for "epic" and "golden"). At the end of high school, I realized how ridiculous it was that we called everything "awkward," and vowed to stop saying the word myself...unless a situation truly was awkward.
"Awkward" is how I would describe myself in front of a camera when someone else is watching. I usually try to take my pictures when Kevin is showering, still sleeping, or has already left for work, because if he's around, I just can't take a decent picture. I feel so uncomfortable so I pose weird and make ugly faces and laugh uncontrollably. It's pretty dumb. This morning, Kevin was eating breakfast and was 20 feet to my left while I took pictures. This is what most of the pictures looked like, as I said to him, "STOP LOOKING AT ME!":
Yep, that's awkward.