Hi, friends! Right now, as I type this, it is 11 pm at night. I was up, scrolling through Etsy, when I came across a gorgeous family portrait that was cross stitched. I immediately wanted to buy it so that I could stitch the girls, Jake, and myself. I found the owners Instagram and left a comment. It turns out Ris sells the actual, finished product. We got to chatting and I found out she is raising money for in-vetro fertilization (IVF). After reading one sentence, I knew I wanted to share her story, and her shop, with you guys.
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Hello, my sweet friends!!! Today’s post is in partnership with Well Yes! Soups and Social Fabric. Well Yes! Soups has a line of delicious soup that is encouraging all of us to discuss the moment of yes that changed our life. For me, that day was when Jake proposed.
A little over a year ago I was getting out of an extremely emotionally abusive relationship. I was burned, hurt, and confused. I had sworn off love and relationships and only wanted myself from now on. But life intervened. At my friend’s birthday party, I saw a man with kind eyes. We talked all night and he never once made me feel fearful.
Hi, hi, hi, my beautiful friends! I have some news.
New stickers are in the shop!!!
With 3 skin tones available. We have a deep skin with light hair, a light skin with dark hair, and a light skin with light hair. And, they are affordable planner stickers!
Check out some of these pretties:
Hello, my beautiful friends!!! As I write this, I am watching last nights American Horror Story, with all of the lights on, under a blanket, and the dogs right next to me. Oh. And every door locked to the extremity because – I am afraid of everything. Watching anything remotely scary doesn’t work.
Back to the hair. In high school, I had to wash my hair every day or it would be a major grease ball. Dry shampoo wasn’t a thing of normality quite yet (dang, did I just admit I’m old?), so washing my blonde, oil piled hair every morning before school was a necessity. Due to the constant need to keep my hair looking nice and pulled together, I was constantly rinsing the natural oils from my hair which prevented my locks from growing and being healthy. I had such short hair and it looked yellow and brassy from the constant washing. It also wouldn’t hold any style a few hours into the day. It was beyond annoying.
Omg. Look at those greasy roots. Lord, help that hair. Thank goodness I’m not in 2012 anymore.
When I got to college, I had no time to wash, dry, and style my hair every morning. I looked into so many options of what to do and started training my hair. I picked up a bottle of dry shampoo and set my plan into motion.
Hello my beautiful friends!!! Today I am sharing something so beautiful with you – our engagement photos.