B2FCA426-A230-4BBF-A5D4-23884EF740C9Long story, but I locked myself out of my Pinterest account and there’s no way to retrieve it. And just when I reached 666 followers!

While its not the worst thing that ever happened to me, it did feel a little devastating because I’ve some to rely on my boards as a place to store research on watch and jewelry styles, decor ideas, and art and artists. It also serves as an inventory of things I’ve had (or used to have) to prevent me from buying the same things over and over again. And finally and most importantly I use this inventory of ideas and actual wardrobe pieces to get dressed every morning.

Anyway, I spent a good chunk of the super hot long weekend dressed like a Schlub, sitting in front of a fan, and rebuilding my pins from scratch. I may never get those 666 followers back, but if you are so inclined, my handle is rhondariche.