Epilepsy Awareness Week: Clifton, NJ Castle

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Sweater:  Target// Jeans:  LOFT // Boots:  Target // Backpack:  Embrazio
Today is the last outfit post of my Epilepsy Awareness posts
on my blog!  I decided to wear this
purple and white sweater with my leopard print booties.  These pictures were taken on the way back
from the city.  My neurologist is in the
city at NY Presbyterian.  He has been
there since almost day 1 (he was my second opinion and handled my diagnosis
SOOOOOO much better than the previous neurologist) and I don’t trust any other
neurologist.  I’ve tried a few that were
in NJ, but he is the best one so far.  I
always have my fiancé drive me there because I hate driving in the city.  I did it once and said never again.  So we take a day off because usually the appointment
is at an awkward hour where I can’t work a half day.
Since we got back to NJ a little early we decided to make a
few stops.  The fiancé “needed” some tech
tools (believe it or not he’s a huge tech nerd) aka a 3d printer so we stopped
at this place called Microcenter.  Since
we were near the area, we decided to take a quick stop at the castle in
Clifton, NJ.  We’ve gone to this castle a
few times, and every time we go we say that we have to come back when they have
the tea parties.  We want to actually dress
up and have fun with it.  This castle was
also turned into a museum so when they have tea parties you can go inside and
have some fun.  Since we couldn’t go
inside we took some pictures outside.
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