Between The High Eighties and The Low Nineties FM

“And her voice is pure and soft,
Oh, when she stumbles on her words.
And every boy in town is pretty certain he deserves to marry her.
Someday soon.

And that’s not all; that Elouise,
she just got a Jazz Master guitar.
And her band got a blurb in the Stranger and they’ve just been submitted for a tour.

And her tone is deep as night,
when she plays her minor chords.
And the rhythm section’s tight,
but they’re always ignored.
Always ignored.”
— Say Hi, “Elouise”

Photos taken last weekend on our second family beach trip to Tabuelan, Cebu. Milking summer for sunny skies and clearer waters. 

printed cotton dress – Bangkok find
knitted shawl – thrifted
wide-brimmed floppy hat –

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  1. I totally Googled this because the Stranger is a Seattle mag. I hadn't heard this song before. I guess this band has roots in Seattle. Anyway . . .

    What a gorgeous backdrop and subject! That sounds so impersonal. I should day model 😀 Can I be a part of your family and join your vacation next time?

    Jen Hemming and Hawing Again


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