such great heights

I hope that title got that one Postal Service song WE ALL KNOW stuck in your head.

ANYWAY, one little thing I did Halloween weekend was go to the Sky Deck at the SEARS (er.."Willis") tower. Let me be honest and say it was the first time I've ever been up there, and in my 24 years of living in Chicago, it was probably the 3rd touristy thing I ever did in my hometown. I guess I just don't really think about it.

Everyone loved my shirt AND everyone loved how afraid I was, I really don't like heights, but I also really don't trust the construction. Dave's dad (who took us) was like "get over your fears" but I was like "ITS NOT THE HEIGHT, ITS THE CONSTRUCTION I DON'T TRUST" I mean glass floors, really? no me gusta....

Regardless, I'm glad my sweater put people into the Halloween spirit, I have a soft spot of what I classify as "teacher" sweaters, I think I would make a pretty awesome teacher ♥

off and away!


  1. i found your blog the other day and i think i went through like 10 pages or something because i absolutely love your style (not because i am a creeper).

    anyway, thanks for all the inspirational outfit posts. i did my first one and it featured my thrifted halloween sweater, you would probably like it!

    ps. i loved your elaine costume, too.


    Heights get to me a little too - it's like you say though - the height isn't really the problem, it's more like my distrust in the whole make of the thing.


  3. look soo cute in your teacher sweater! ;) Love love love that first pic. Is that the Bean you visited too? I know what you mean about not really thinking about it. There's quite a few places here I've yet to explore One day!

  4. I would be so so so scared too!! But I do love your sweater, and your photos:) You blog is one of my favourites.

  5. you guys are so cute!
    hahaha XD

  6. loveee ur jumper, your blog is soo lovely by the ways, i will be visiting it again very soon :)


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