The Lady Says...

A lady is a complement to a gentleman, an exemplar, a symbol of style, an inspiration and one who loves with a full heart.

Friday, July 30, 2010

A Lady loves New Things

It has been quite some time since my last post, so I thought today I would post some of my favorite new pieces. My great friends Kyah and Jessica have created the most amazing line of leather goods and unique jewelry. Their line is called sleeveless - you can check them out at I was lucky enough to snag one of the blush colored hook bracelets from them.

The detailing and the craftsmanship speaks for itself, but the element of cool that comes with ownership of one of these unique pieces is priceless.

Another great find of mine recently was these Aldo booties. I am absolutely in love and have been wearing them nonstop since I purchased them. They are perfect with a mini-dress or skinny jeans. They are trendy and fun, but still sleek.

And last, but definitely not least, my beloved Chanel sunglasses. Anyone who knows me and my brand knows that I adore bows. I think they are classic and beautiful and I couldn't love them more. 


It is a Lady's prerogative to seek out wonderful treasures that make her smile, and these are a few of mine. I hope you have a wonderful weekend and that my finds will inspire you. 



Wednesday, July 7, 2010

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Hey everyone please take the time today to look at a few of my favorite blogs. 

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Tuesday, July 6, 2010

A Lady Gets Personal

For those who do not know, my husband plays baseball for a living, which means he is gone from February until September. I live in Nashville and he currently lives in Maryland for the season. He is unable to travel back home during the season, so I fly to him each month. Though this is very difficult for us, we make it work. The absence of my other half truly does make our relationship stronger when we do get to see each other, for we really take in those moments and appreciate each others presence. People often ask, "How do you do that? Isn't it lonely?" Yes, it is very lonely, but I surround myself with wonderful people that help me get through the lonely times, and help build me as an individual so that when I do see Brett I am a better person. It is imperative that I grow as a person in all aspects, my work, spiritually, my self confidence, and in my ability to build relationships with others, so that when we do come together I can offer him the best version of myself. It is utterly important that the people I am around are part of this journey to grow so that I never become stagnant or content in the self I am now, but ever wish to become a stronger, wiser, fuller Sierra.

As I build my life here in Nashville I am strong in simply having to have a phone based relationship with my husband and simply hold onto the moments that I have with him each month, but I do believe that the hardest part of being separate is just not having my "person" with me.  The person who I can rely on to understand my jokes, and my stories. The person that can make me feel comfortable, no matter the situation, with just a look or a touch. That is what I miss the most. Those who know me know that I am not a hugger or touchy person, but when I am without my half I realize that this is what I miss most. Holding hands, a hug during the day, the hand on my back when I walk into a new place, just the comfort of knowing someone is there for me.

My thought for you today, with this personal and sappy entry, is to appreciate the people around you. Become someone's "person" so that they may have a brighter more confident day because you are there. Let the people around you know that you care and support them in all that they do and that you will be with them as they grow as an individual. This in turn will only help you to become that better half that you wish to be with your significant other. If we all come together to build each other up we will be rewarded in the most precious way, in love and respect in all of our relationships.

The Husband

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Much Love,


Friday, July 2, 2010

A Lady Juggles

In today's society, with the concept of always being available whether it be by email or social networking or consistent communication via your iphone, it is easy to feel that you are always juggling a thousand and one things all at one time. This burden of consistently remaining available to everyone and always sharing yourself with those around you and those in your extended internet network is difficult for a Lady to handle with grace at times. A Lady is able to juggle, but also knows when it is time to let a couple of those batons fall. For instance, at dinner. When a Lady is among friends conversing and laughing and building relationships, this is not a time for iphone texting and updating social networks. Be in the moment. Appreciate the real, in flesh people you have around you instead of worrying so much about those who simply reside in tech-world.  There is a time to be crazy and emailing and texting and making sure everything is taken care that needs to be, and then there is a time to sit, take a breath and realize that you have wonderful people in your life that you can learn from and be inspired by. A Lady will miss out on so much if she is constantly blinded by the semi-real relationships she holds through her computer and cell phone. Take a step back and remember to embrace the people in front of you. The times when you put a hold on google information and texting, and simply take that moment to shut out the noise and perk up your ears to the world right in front of you, are the times that you remember and cherish the most. It is important to take time to reflect on the past, become eager for the future, and be present in the now, and none of these important reflections require an iPhone.