Sourpuss Hostess Dress on Historic Route 66

Check out the Sourpuss Hostess Dress!  It is a perfect addition to their upcoming Holiday Line.  The top is black velvet and the skirt is a full bengaline, with pockets! (That is secretly a girl's dream come true, right?)

The fabric is very light weight, which I enjoy, because even as we move towards colder temperatures in the midwest, I hate having on a dress in which it feels like I have on 25 extra pounds of fabric.

I paired this dress with black patent heels and a wide black patent belt, as well as the Bettie Page Centerfold Purse from Sourpuss too!


In trying to find a place to shoot, Johnny and I were driving around a new home town, Springfield Missouri, and he mentioned snapping some pictures at some places that still exist on the historic Route 66.  

We stopped by a local tire and wheel shop, Bud's Tires and Wheels, which is owned by a family friend, and snapped some shots by a T Bucket that is outside the shop.


Sourpuss is having an end of summer sale right now too, so stop by there website and pick up something spooky or something to kiss the summer goodbye!

Stay Sweet,
Katty Delux

Sunday Night: Date Night

Johnny and I are terrible about actually going out and doing things.  We are such hermits sometimes, that it isn't even funny.

I just love being at home, comfortable, surrounded by things I love, and blankets.  Johnny, well he is the same.  We find that we would rather go buy a new movie, make dinner and cuddle on the couch, than go out and spend a fortune on a so-so dinner.  Sometimes, that is a good thing, but sometimes you just have to get dressed, and go out!

A local film maker, Jason Tucker, shot a short film and asked both Johnny and I to play parts in the movie.  We were thrilled.  Well, I was thrilled.  Johnny I think came around to the idea, and after his part was shot, he was excited.

Last night, the film premiered at a local theater, and it was a packed house!





I am so lucky to be with this man.  He gets that I don't like large crowds, but I do have a desire to wear a dress, and be out of our cocoon every once in a while.


Fit Frozen Dessert: Arctic Zero


ARCTIC ZERO® is the pioneer of Fit Frozen Desserts™ without all the fat and calories. Handcrafted from premium ingredients, ARCTIC ZERO is low glycemic, lactose free, gluten free and GMO free. It’s the perfect zero-guilt pleasure whenever your sweet tooth strikes.




I was super excited to get a fantastic package from Arctic Zero, full of delicious goodies and super wonderful packaging!

My Johnny and I have done one round of Whole30 and are planning to do a reset in the next month or two.  I wasn't really on board during the first round, as it is hard, but it made me feel so much better, and really paying attention to what is going in my body for fuel made me become really aware of products.  This product is not Whole30 compliant, as there is sugar in it, but is a great snack when you are between rounds.



We received a five pack of goodies: Banana Pudding, Snickerdoodle Dany, Cake Batter, Brownie Blast and Poppin' Pomegranate.  My favorite quickly became Snickerdoodle Dandy because it reminded me of the cookie butter Ben and Jerrys Ice Cream.

The first bite is a weird one, cause you are thinking ice cream, and this is different.  You aren't going to be left with a mouth covered in milk like you do with traditional ice cream.  The consistency is good, and as long as you follow the directions of letting it set out for 10 minutes before consuming, you are going to get a creamy, delicious bite.


I have to say, I am sold on this product.  I like that it is light, it didn't make me feel horrible after eating it, and it satisfied my sweet tooth.  I am excited to try more flavors!

Stay Sweet,
Katty Delux