Founders Day

My husband can no longer call himself a vegetarian. I should have realized this two weekends ago when he bought a Primo Grill/ Smoker. It wasn't until last weekend that it hit me that we are both carnivores now. Why last weekend, you ask? Because Saturday was spent at Founders Day in Dripping Springs, so that we could see a BBQ cook-off and taste some brisket by the award winning BBQ team that Chris bought his Primo from. We ate the best brisket I have ever had in my life and we had a blast:[vimeo 22608752 w=500 h=281]
I would like an alpaca now.
And this Pomeranian.
I kept it casual (and cool) in a Francesca's tank (gift), Billabong cutoffs from PacSun, Old Navy sandals, and a deer necklace from A Box From My Treasure (gift).

I shot a couple photos for The Style Co-Op, which is an Austin street style blog that I pretty much begged and pleaded to join as a contributor:
Jenna, TSU student, in a vintage tube top.
Melissa, DSHS student, in perfectly broken in boots.


The highlight of the day (even better than the brisket) was meeting Adored Austin reader Mae! We bonded over our shared love of being half Asian (her mom is Filipino, my mom is from Thailand), country music, and our matching blinged out phone cases.

All in all, it was a great weekend, and I'm excited that now I'll be able to eat cheeseburgers without getting a raised eyebrow from Chris.