Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Surgery for Spike

Pets can be healing. Pets are recommended to many people for health reasons, but they become companions, loved ones...Part of the family. 



A friend of mine has a super cute yorkie named Spike. He's almost 10 years old, and she's had him since he was just a puppy. He now needs extensive dental surgery, because he has an infection that is affecting his eyesight. The surgery costs about $500, and we're trying to raise money to cover the procedure.

CLICK HERE to help Spike receive the treatment he needs.

CLICK HERE to read the full story about Spike on Lisa's blog post.



If you can donate just a few dollars, every little bit helps. If you can't donate, please spread the word via social media to help us reach our goal. He's in a lot of pain, and she needs at least $250 as a down payment for the vet. Any and all help is much appreciated. 




If the full goal amount is reached, Lisa will be doing a drawing as a token of her appreciation. Prize(s) to be determined, as this is all spontaneous, and she is just simply trying to raise the money for Spike to get this surgery as soon as possible.

If you have any questions at all, please email Lisa. Her contact info is on the donation page


* Disclosure: This is a non-sponsored post, as I am just trying to help a friend in need. Thank you for letting me share with you, my readers.



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Aromatherapy Blessings {Joie Joelle Product Review & Giveaway}

Spring is here, and allergies come with spring time. Yet, for some reason, I still wanted to do a product review of an aromatherapy candle, even though the seasonal weather would be highly against me. I've always loved scents, because they can be so calming when you're overworked or overly stressed.



The sampler set I received was packaged very nicely, and the oil bottle was wrapped well to prevent any possible spillage. Right upon opening, the scent was amazing. The smell was just strong enough to be greatly enjoyable, even with my allergies abuzz, which was impressive. I also love the bright color of the votive. And the perfume oil...Oh my gosh! I wish I could wear perfumes! My daughter was able to have the luxury of the sweet bourbon vanilla scent. Lucky, lucky her! It smells awesome and lasts all day.

Success is something that we all strive to achieve, no matter what form, or how big or small. Any success in life is one to be grateful for, and I feel lucky to have received this particular scent to review, because whether it was coincidence or not, changes occurred after receiving it, even though some of those changes were pretty tough to deal with at first. I can accept change and will take even a sliver of success with gratitude. This aromatherapy set was a blessing.

This review has been a couple of months in the making, patiently waiting to be published. I really wanted to have it up sooner, because I loved my candle, oil, and perfume oil. The scent that I received for the product review was Success. And let me tell you, oddly enough, it was shortly after we lit the candle that we received multiple orders, online and locally (including the very large order near the beginning of this month)



Joelle Chan is owner of Joie Joelle Creations, and the shop announcement reads, in part:

Create the magic in your life with the power of all natural beeswax spell candles, bath salts, oils and other aromatherapy products. Magically charged by the power of the universe, helping you bring healing, love, peace, happiness, harmony and balance into your life. All items are made organically with pure essential oils and herbs.



Let's get to the Interview!

How did you choose the name for your shop?
Joelle was a name given to me when I was taking French class in high school but my french teacher gave it to me because it actually was the same meaning as my real name Joyce So then I decided to try to add another French word to it and I looked it up remembering the word Joy as since I was born my mom said the first thing thing she noticed every time she held me was that I was smiling and looking so Joyful! I have carried that joy through out my life hence when I looked uo the french word for Joy I choose Joie, hence the title Joie Joelle for my shop... but if i wanted to translate it in English meaning, I want to say "Joyful Joyce."

What is your most popular candle? Best seller?
There's too many to list, I say the hand rolled candles because they are unique but they take lots of time and energy for me to send healing energy to each candle... I would say popular candles are Freedom, Love and healing, Psychic Eye and Money Draw, just to name a few.

What is the first thing you do after waking up in the morning? Eat breakfast and I mean a real breakfast, I actually cook breakfast for myself every morning it wakes me up and gets started in a positive way so its really important. Yes this means eggs, bacon and toast or I will make a croissant sandwich! yum!

What's your idea of a perfect weekend get-away trip?
Anime Expo LOL, I am an anime fan and I go every year with my cousin to get away from everything! 3 days of anime convention and I'm stoked! :)


Joie Joelle is giving one lucky reader a Be Mine sample packet ($10 value) , which includes:
1 Be Mine Spell Votive
1 Be Mine Spell Oil
1 Full Size Be Mine Candle Tarts



Giveaway is open worldwide and ends May 16th at midnight, Eastern Time. To enter, simply fill out the Rafflecopter form. Good luck!



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Tuesday, April 29, 2014

It's OK Not to Feel OK

Have you ever had one of those moments where you just bust out in tears and get all emotional for no good reason at all? I'm sure we've all experienced something like that (even if just a teeny, tiny bit) at some point in our lives. Last week, I was doing some quick catch up reading (because my favorite twins are back to the blogosphere), and Areeba published a post about sad songs.



After having quite the chaotic month of April, I opened a message and just felt a little bit overwhelmed with emotion. I felt guilty - bad for not logging into that account earlier, for not opening that message sooner. I was upset that I felt the need to defend myself. Later that same day, I was on a phone call with someone I don't know very well. Something the lady said stuck with me...And again, I felt overcome with emotion. It was then that I recalled Areeba's post about sad songs, the rain on her happy parade.


Often times when I'm feeling really down in the dumps, I try to think of those positive influences that stick with me, maybe some of those awesome inspirational quotes found on Pinterest...I had posted this one on facebook at the very beginning of the month, because I wanted to remind myself to stand up:






Last night, I posted the following tweet:



Sometimes I guess I take things a little too close to heart, even though I shouldn't. Maybe that's just the way I am. But I know that it's OK not to feel OK. Life isn't all sunshine and happiness. You have to have those days of storms and rain to be able to see the rainbow. And just because you stand up, doesn't mean the fall wasn't hard.

To end on a lighter note, I wanted to share that we're having a 40% off sale on our personalized hand stamped cuff bracelets. Limited time only & while supplies last. No coupon code needed!



I also wanted to remind everyone about Woman-Owned Business Day, coming up on May 1st. I really can't believe that the month has flown by like this. Visit http://www.urbangirl.com/women for more information and to view the business directory. Shop from women-owned businesses on May 1st and show your support.

Will you be shopping on May 1st?





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Monday, April 28, 2014

A Multicultural Dance Show

Last year my daughter participated in La Raza Club at school and performed a traditional folklorico dance for the school's Multicultural Dance Show. (I tried to find some photos, but I was at a total loss. Sorry!)

She joined the Desi Club this year. Desi Club put focus on a timeline of different Indian dances, starting from traditional Indian dance to modern dance.


Silly Baby Girl hamming it up for the camera before the show.

Remember when I showed you her first attempt at the Arabic Double Wing for Makeup Monday? Then I showed you the results of her first trip to the nail salon in my Week in Review, where she had her nails done in green & gold. Well, the reason behind all of that style and beauty was the Desi Club performance at the Multicultural Dance Show. 





To get a similar makeup look, check out the Makeup Monday post for products used.
Plus, Madison Street Beauty has a 60% off sale going on for Mother's Day.
Be sure to use coupon code MSB5 to save an extra 20% too!

I really like it when school teach multiculturalism like this. It gives everyone a chance to learn and see how cultures can come together and share something special.

I was trying to upload the video of the dance performance, but I guess I'm still learning about video stuff...It wasn't working out for me. So for now, photos will just have to do.

Have you ever attended a multicultural event? I'd love to hear about it!


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Friday, April 25, 2014

Etsy's #PCFTeam Presents a Sampler Box GIVEAWAY

I am a member of Etsy Promoting Creative Friends Team. The team wanted to do something special for Mother's Day this year, and this is what we came up with: Sampler Boxes. Not only that...A giveaway too!

Our big giveaway event is finally here. Our apologies for the delay, as this was supposed to begin on April 24th. Sometimes life happens. But here we are: A big giveaway, worth over $140 total in prizes. We will have TWO WINNERS, each winning one Sampler Box (contents of each box is valued over $68).



Let's get to the details!

Please learn about our Sampler Boxes to get a sneak peek of contents here and check for box availability here. Our sampler boxes each consist of NINE quality, handmade sample products, ready for gift-giving. You get to sample items from NINE different Promoting Creative Friends shop owners!

To enter this giveaway, there are two parts.
1. The social share pool. 
One winner will be chosen from this drawing. The more you share about this awesome giveaway, the more entries you earn. Plus, you'll earn 20 entries for completing ALL 1-entry options from Part Two.

2. The Etsy Favorites Pool.

One winner will be chosen from this drawing for adding participating shops and items (from those participating shops) to your Etsy favorites. You need to be an Etsy member to complete all entries for this pool of entries.
ALSO - If you purchase a box from one of the available shops listed, you will receive 10 entries for the giveaway!
PLUS - If you make a purchase from ANY participating shop, you will receive 10 entries for the giveaway. 

Giveaway is open to US/Canada residents and ends on May 25th, midnight, Eastern Time.


So here we go, let's do this!!! Good luck to all entrants. 


PART ONE
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PART TWO
a Rafflecopter giveaway



Remember that our Sampler Boxes will make EXCELLENT Mother's Day Gifts. You can purchase one in time for Mother's Day by simply visiting our availability blog post.

Also, if you make a purchase from ANY participating shop, remember to use coupon code PCFTBOX1 for savings. =0) 




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Thursday, April 24, 2014

G+ Growing Circles Hop #15

Is it Thursday again already? Yes, it is! That means it's party time.



Welcome to the Google Plus Growing Circles Hop, where we network and share content all day long every Thursday.

Interested in Co-Hosting?
Send an email to 2justByou(AT)gmail(DOT)com with "G+ Hop Co-Host" in the subject line and include your blog and G+ links for consideration. We'd love to have you!

 

To make the most of this link party, please follow the rules below.
1. You MUST add your hosts and co-hosts to one of your circles before linking up. 
2. Link up your personal Google+ profile, blog or business G+ pages but NOT your blog URL. 
3. Share ONE post ONLY - (new or old) on G+ and use the hashtag #GrowingCirclesHop
4. Connect with others by clicking on your #growingcircleshop hashtag. Engage with at least 2-3 others by a Share, +1 or Comment. 
5. Add new friends to your circles. 
6. Grab a button for your blog, if you'd like. Help us spread the word so we can keep trending on Google Plus each week! (You can edit size to fit your blog in the code).
Mommy Mentionables

Throughout the next 12 hours, check back on G+ and +1 posts with the hashtag #growingcircleshop.

Google+ Tips

The real participation comes with sharing a blog post to G+ using the party's hashtag and engaging with others who are also sharing posts from this party. Interaction and engaging with others on G+ will bring you the most success! You will notice some posts have a very large picture associated with their post and others have a tiny picture. To increase your chances of being shared, post a photo along with your post link and NOT the tiny one that gets posted automatically with the link. The bigger and more clear your photo, the better chance of it being shared because those are the posts that G+ users want to share with their followers.




If you want to be notified the next time the Hop starts, give us your email below and we will send you a quick notification the next time it goes live.








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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Six Hours

Six hours. It could seem like a long time to some people, while to others, it could seem like an instant. 

What can you do in six hours? My two boys go to school in about six hours: It's one full day of school. Yet, it's less than an eight-hour work day. Do you think six hours is a long time? Can you get a lot done in six hours? 

Yesterday I published a post for a good cause, 10 Days - a hopeful adoption, to bring together a family. To bring a baby home. I posted in hopes that some of you, my readers, might be able to help out - if not by monetary means, then by social sharing & spreading the word.



Today, I write about six hours instead of ten days. Because six hours is all that one mother had with her newborn baby last week. I can't even begin to imagine what that would be like, how I would feel, what I would think. Any loss of a loved one is difficult. And the loss of a child, an infant, a newborn baby...Just the thought of it is almost too much to handle. 

When you think about the time you have here on earth, the time to live your life and spend with your loved ones, what is six hours to you then? Six hours is all the time that was given for a family to be with the newest addition. Six hours to hold him, be with him, gaze at him with undeniable love. Six hours does not seem like enough time, does it? But six hours is better than nothing.

Although I've had two premature babies (almost three, but I had some pretty awesome midwives for one of my pregnancies), I was fortunate that those two babies were born healthy. One had to stay in the hospital a bit longer, but was healthy, with no real cause for concern. The mother and baby I write about today did not have the same outcome. Just six hours. That's all they had with each other. And it breaks my heart.

One of my two preemies.


Today I will be celebrating those six hours that the little newborn had on earth just one week ago. I'll be with his family. I'm sure it will be a day full of tears. This is a family member I never even got the chance to meet. He is the brother that his sisters will never know. His mother and father only had such a short time with him, and I'm certain that they will cherish those six hours forever. 

I originally had a post planned for Earth Day today, and I wasn't even going to talk about this here on the blog at all. But as I've said before and in yesterday's post: I'm a blogger, and I have a voice. Whether my blogger voice is heard or not, I don't know. But as long as I use it to the best of my ability - that's all that matters to me. So I'm going to use my voice!

March of Dimes is a nonprofit organization that I've supported in the past, and I'll always continue to support. Supporting the March of Dimes organization helps babies by funding important research and programs that help babies begin their lives as healthy as possible, no matter how premature - even the tiniest of babies. And it just so happens that there is a March for Babies event this Saturday at our State Capitol in Sacramento, California. I encourage you to take a peek at their website and see what March of Dimes is all about.




While it's a little too last minute for me to participate in the walk this year, I'd love to go and show support and possibly walk next year. I've always supported this organization through small donations and sponsorships of other walkers throughout the years since my first preemie baby was born nearly 12 years ago. I've never been to an actual walk, though. 
Wouldn't that be a great goal for next year?

Thanks for visiting today and reading, letting me share a little bit of life with you. Life isn't always about happy moments. Sometimes life is tough.

I hope you have a Happy Earth Day. Love the earth every day. It's the only one we've got. Even the tiniest effort can make a big difference.
And tell your loved ones that you love them. 




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Monday, April 21, 2014

10 Days

Today I share something with you, because bloggers have voices that need to be heard. As bloggers, we have the ability to share content and spread word about so many important causes. We're not just foodies sharing recipes, or crafters sharing DIY projects (although both of those are amazingly awesome!). We are and can be so much more than that. We are social influencers too. We are people with visions, hopes, dreams. As my bloggy friend Shane says, we can move mountains together. And bringing a baby to a family and a home is incredible. Take a look below at an opportunity to help a family out in a time of need. I saw a post at Satisfaction through Christ and was inspired by the story. So I decided to share it.
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Meet Merissa.


Just last week Merissa, of Little House Living,  shared that she and her husband were preparing for their first adoption fundraiser.  The blogging community quickly shared their need for donated items and hoped that many of you would come alongside of them in that effort.  But, to our surprise, Merissa announced on Sunday that they had just been chosen to be the parents of a healthy baby boy born on that same day (read the full story here)!  

Today the blogging community has the opportunity to come alongside of Merissa and her family as they adopt this precious baby boy into their family!

Merissa and her husband are traveling to pick up their new son on Wednesday, but they have not had time to do any of their fundraising. It's all happening so fast. They need a little help to make it happen.

They need $12,000 in 10 days.

$12,000 sounds like a lot doesn't it?

It is.

But even by giving just $10, it can make a huge difference! It can create a family.

Can you forego a cup of coffee or a fast food lunch this week in order to bring home a new life?

Not only that, would you share this with your friends?  Email it, Facebook it, Tweet it, Pin it, Stumble it, G+ it.  Whatever you can do.  And if you're a blogger that might be willing to blog about Merissa's story, please leave a comment below or email me and I'll forward you the details!  

Life is worth it.  Adoption is worth it.

Let's bring this baby boy home!!



Disclosure: I'm sharing this post, because I am a blogger with a voice. This is not a sponsored post. I was not compensated in any way for sharing this content. I support causes that I believe in and have always been big on community service projects, non-profit organizations and other good causes close to my heart. Thank you for letting me share this with you, my readers, my friends.




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Easter 2014

I really wasn't ready for Easter this year. Not at all. It seems like it just came so quickly, and it was such a busy week last week. I was never big on the Easter Basket scene, though, I'll admit that. But we usually do egg coloring and an egg hunt as a part of the festivities. Even though this year's celebration was small and totally last minute, it was fun.

Here are our Easter eggs for our little egg hunt. You might have seen them already, if you're following on Instagram. Aren't the bunnies cute?



Our Easter feast consisted of some oven-baked chicken, red pepper pasta and what I call "pizza bread" (they're kind of like cheesy bread sticks & go great with marinara sauce).



For dessert, the girls made some white chocolate covered strawberries. Sooooo good!



Every year, we also make egg salad with our hard-boiled eggs. Tradition! Gotta love it. =0)



How was your weekend? If you celebrate Easter holiday, did you blog about it? Leave your link in a comment!






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Friday, April 18, 2014

Friday is Good

Today is Good Friday. I am one who thinks every Friday is a good one, even when it's Friday the 13th. But I am looking forward to a nice, quiet Easter with the kiddos.



You may or may not be aware that our shop is one of the sponsors for the Cheers to Novelty Spring into Summer Group Giveaway going on right now (I mentioned it last week). Since we're a sponsor, I decided to also offer a coupon code for the rest of the month at justByou, our Etsy shop. Mother's Day is coming up, after all. So here you go:



Well, the group giveaway is in its final days too. It ends on Sunday night at midnight, and I wanted to give a quick reminder for everyone to go and enter! Just click the image below for a chance to win some really fun prizes.



Have a great holiday weekend, for everyone celebrating Easter! 
How will you be spending your day?
I'm pretty sure we'll be doing something involving Easter eggs!



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Thursday, April 17, 2014

G+ Growing Circles Hop #14

Welcome to the Google Plus Growing Circles Hop, where we network and share content.

Interested in Co-Hosting?
Send an email to 2justByou(AT)gmail(DOT)com with "G+ Hop Co-Host" in the subject line and include your blog and G+ links for consideration. We'd love to have you!

 

To make the most of this link party, please follow the rules below.
1. You MUST add your hosts and co-hosts to one of your circles before linking up. 
2. Link up your personal Google+ profile, blog or business G+ pages but NOT your blog URL. 
3. Share ONE post ONLY - (new or old) on G+ and use the hashtag #GrowingCirclesHop
4. Connect with others by clicking on your #growingcircleshop hashtag. Engage with at least 2-3 others by a Share, +1 or Comment. 
5. Add new friends to your circles. 
6. Grab a button for your blog, if you'd like. Help us spread the word so we can keep trending on Google Plus each week! (You can edit size to fit your blog in the code).
Mommy Mentionables

Throughout the next 12 hours, check back on G+ and +1 posts with the hashtag #growingcircleshop.

Google+ Tips

The real participation comes with sharing a blog post to G+ using the party's hashtag and engaging with others who are also sharing posts from this party. Interaction and engaging with others on G+ will bring you the most success! You will notice some posts have a very large picture associated with their post and others have a tiny picture. To increase your chances of being shared, post a photo along with your post link and NOT the tiny one that gets posted automatically with the link. The bigger and more clear your photo, the better chance of it being shared because those are the posts that G+ users want to share with their followers.




If you want to be notified the next time the Hop starts, give us your email below and we will send you a quick notification the next time it goes live.








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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Working Together {Words for my Wednesday}

I know I've been MIA on the blog this week, but it's for good reason. I've been hard at work with the kiddos, working on a special project. Yesterday we finished up a custom order. It was a lot of hard work (with a deadline to meet), and I'm sure it wasn't how my kids thought they would be spending their Spring Break. But we were working together the entire time and got it done that way - together.



Sometimes working together is a real challenge, because we all know that siblings fight, right? I am really proud of my kids for working so well together for five days straight, even hours at a time. Sure, there were times when voices were raised, mistakes were made and the glaring eyes were darting everywhere, trying to place blame for extra work created. We encountered a couple of setbacks (running out of one major supply needed to finish the job and having its replacement be not quite as easy to work with; not having the right flat rate shipping box needed), causing us to really scramble at the end, watching the clock tick tock the minutes away.


These kids learned about working when you don't want to, waking up early when you want to sleep in, having a deadline to meet, and looking forward to your 30 minute breaks! They also re-learned the fact that you can get more done by working together as a team and getting along with each other. It slows you down when you don't. They cheered when they finished each step of the process. We had a mini-assembly line set up in our living room, with each person having a job. (I might post some photos in the near future, so stay tuned!)

Today, my kids got to ride along with me to the post office and drop off this package, knowing that they put hard work, effort & time into this order and that it's going somewhere special, where people will get to see what we do as a family: 

Work. Together. As a team. Because that's how WE roll!


Do you like working in a team?



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Saturday, April 12, 2014

Instagram Not Working

Since instagram is not working right now (Saturday morning), I thought I'd go ahead and share what I was going to post there, here. =0) I'm sure the blackout is temporary, and I can't wait until it's fixed!

Instagram was recently found as the most popular social media platform for teens and young adults in an article by The Huffington Post. I still like twitter the best. Yep, twitter is my #1.





Yellow is the color of happiness. 

It's a beautiful day here in California, full of sunshine already. And here's something yellow for you. Be happy! Have a great Saturday.




I was never a real facebook groupie. Although, I have been spending a little bit more time there recently (mostly because I'm managing fan pages, though). But I do love IG. Twitter and IG are the only apps that I have on my iPhone, even as much as I do like Google Plus: Just because I have a mobile phone doesn't mean that I'm making everything mobile with me.

So, what is YOUR most favorite social networking site? Let's have a poll! 
Vote on the right hand sidebar, near the top. Poll closes on April 30th, at 11:59 pm, Pacific Time. 

Leave a comment here letting me know you voted (and what you voted for)! Be sure to include your email address, in case you win.
I'll be picking a winner via random.org to win a one-month ad space here on my blog. 




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Friday, April 11, 2014

Week in Review {via Instagram}

With taxes being due next week (yes, I've been a procrastinator) and a busy week this week (College Info & Parents of Juniors night at the high school, Open House at the elementary school & a multicultural performance to attend), I need to get moving on my number crunching! So today, I share some Life Lately photos via Instagram, our week in review. 

Remember #weekbackup? I kind of miss those #weekbackup posts I used to do with my fave twins, Noor and Areeba. The twins are on blog break, because they're hard at work studying (hit those books, ladies!), but they'll soon be back in the blogosphere, I'm sure.

So, here we go...This is what our week looked like in photos.



Last weekend we went out for some Frozen Yogurt. We hadn't done this in a really long time. I had mine with mochi. Love this stuff! So much. Don't know what mochi is? It's a Japanese rice cake dessert. My kids love it. I love it. They like the ice cream mochi variety too, which is like little ice cream mochi-covered balls. My favorite flavor of those is mango. But my favorite is the multi-colored mochi as shown above on top of my FroYo. It's small. Just the right tiny-bite-sized pieces. Especially on top of frozen yogurt. I think we first had mochi at a sushi place. I can't really remember, now that I try and think of it.


My daughter went to the nail salon for the first time ever this week. The lady did them a little bit too long for her, but they turned out looking pretty good. Then my daughter needed to have them painted green and gold (more on the reason behind the color combo to come in a future post). She went in wanting sparkle gold tips, but she came out with gold polka dots? Ultimately, she wasn't too impressed by the nail place. I think she prefers DIY. 



I love guacamole! Nevermind that I'm slightly allergic to avocados. I suffer through it sometimes, because - well, it's just SO worth it. I made a ton of it earlier this week (even gave some away to neighbors). All fresh, organic ingredients...It was really tasty. Do you like guacamole?


My daughter's school had a College Info & Parents of Juniors night. They had a few college representatives come and speak about options for higher education (Community Colleges, California State Universities, and University of California schools). After that, they discussed senior activities, and even graduation! It was a little bit of an eye-opener for me, making me realize that my baby will be going to college soon. Yikes! I'm just not ready for that! Let's change the subject already.


Baby Girl got some brand new purple flip flops this week and couldn't wait to wear them! They're her new favorite thing. She finally put her rubber rain boots on the shelf (didn't even rain that much, but she was wearing them quite often for the past few days - before she got these cool purple flip flops, that is). She is such a girly girl. Loves shoes, nail polish, and all things princess.


I didn't snap any shots of the Open House, but that was awesome too. Open House is always a fun time, because it's always great to see how much the kids have grown over the school year. My youngest son, for example, loves writing - and even some reading now. It's amazing, because at the start of the year (and for the past two years of schooling he's had), he didn't like reading more than three sentences at a time! I'm being serious. Open House is an opportunity to see all the hard work the kids have done, and the hard work and dedication that the teachers have endured too. 

So how was your week? Tell me all about it!
Hhhmmm...for being a "quick" post, this turned out be a little lengthy! Yeah, did I mention it was a busy week? 
Thanks for visiting. I hope you have an awesome weekend!



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