I found my camera battery!*


*Also known as: I finally cleaned my house!


And lookit the photos I took before my camera died on Easter:


(Hint: It’s an Easter DANCE-OFF)

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Haha That was so much fun! Not included are pictures of the mimosa vegan jello shots I made, the fabulous breakfast spread, the bowling shenanigans that followed brunch, and the karaoke train wreck (<– only if you heard me singing) that ended the night.


In other, real-er and awesome-er news, check out the contests my super-human Vida Vegan Con co-organizers are running to win a ticket to the already-sold-out fabulous convention this August:

–> Get Sconed’s Song Contest: Submissions are over, but check out the talent-fest of entries. With original songs and brilliant covers of your favorites, I don’t know how Jess is going to pick a winner.

–> Vegtastic Voyage’s current contest: Submit a photo of you, done in food. She includes a fantastic replica of herself in rice krispies treats. You have to see it to believe it.

(Pssst…My contest is coming next! Stay tuned!)


And in update news, Modified Style, the fashion show fundraiser event of the year (self-titled) was a delightful success. Check out the pictures of the winning designs on the beautiful models (And the baby! Adorable! Ahhh!):

1st place professional Coral1st place amateur nora lopez2nd place professional amy sim2nd place amateur rae snyder3rd place professional julia garay3rd place amateur megan mesloh   People's Choice Winner Jen Lee


For pictures of every design, check out Modified Style’s Facebook page. We raised over $5000 for Out to Pasture Sanctuary, Sisters Of The Road, and Children’s Healing Art Project (CHAP).

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About Janessa

I'm a travelin' vegan gal, event planner & writer who loves eating, drinking, hiking, biking, reading, writing, loving, scheming, learning, laughing, champagne-ing and gerunds.
  • Congratulations on the success of modified style! Looks like a terrific event.

    • Thanks Gena! It was super! And it’s so fun knowing that these designers–from never having picked up a sewing needle before to owning their own shop professional–made these fabulous creations out of donated scrap (all animal-free) fabric.

      The talent blows me away!