Grateful for Makeup and Coffee!

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Hi friends!!

Happy Tuesday!!

Is your week off to a good start?
I sure hope so!

The kids have a 1/2 day today- and then have the rest of the week off!
Aaron works a half day tomorrow and then has the rest of the week off too!

I am really excited about today's blog post because I am sharing about a new-to-me beauty brand!!

I know I have told ya'll this before- but I am OBSESSED with makeup. I truly love it. I could spend hours in Ulta!  My makeup bag is OUT OF CONTROL. HA!

Soo...when my friend Stephanie reached out to me and asked me if I would be interested in trying out a holiday eyeshadow palette from Beautycounter- which is a high performing clean beauty brand- I was SO excited!! 
They are setting the standard in safe and healthy beauty products- that REALLY work!

I have tried SOOOO many different brands of makeup and I was very intrigued to try out this eyeshadow palette by Beautycounter because I know so many people who already love and use Beautycounter products!
 Here is the gorgeous eye shadow palette Stephanie gifted me!
You can find it HERE on Beautycounter's website!
 Ok- so here's a picture of me before I applied my eye makeup! The only thing I had done so far was fill in my eyebrows and put on concealer and powder!
 I started by using Lunar as my base eyeshadow. It is the prettiest light shimmery color with a hint of pink. I LOVED how it looked on my eyes!
 Next, I put on a layer of Aurora. This is a pinky shade with shimmer. It is darker than Lunar and I added it on top of Lunar to give some more definition to my eyes while still keeping the look light and bright!
 For an accent color in the crease of my eyes, I used Satellite. I was very careful to start out with a light layer of this color because Beautycounter's eyeshadows are very pigmented and I wasn't going for a super dramatic look! 
After I finished blending in Satellite, I put on my eyeliner (I used my own) and then to highlight the inner portions of my eyes, I added some of this gorgeous color, Constellation.
I LOVE this color! It's sparkly and beautiful!
 Here's an up close picture of my finished eye makeup!!
You can see the eyeshadows blend beautifully and have the prettiest shimmer to them!
 Here's a picture of my finished makeup!! 
As I said above, I used the Beautycounter eyeshadow palette found HERE and then used my own eyeliner and mascara.
Just FYI: Right now- Beautycounter is having their Black Friday sale and the eyeshadow palette I used is just under $31!! You get free shipping if you spend $50 or more- which is a great incentive to try out a lip gloss or blush along with the eyeshadow!

 I used the eyeshadow palette again on Sunday! I did the same look I did on Saturday.
What I noticed on Sunday is that this eyeshadow really does stay put.
I am used to using Senegence Shadow Sense- which is a cream based eyeshadow that literally doesn't budge. While this eyeshadow doesn't have the same holding power, in my opinion, as Shadow Sense, I was very pleased with how my eye makeup looked at the end of a looonnggg day of church and decorating the house for Christmas!
The other product Stephanie gave for me to try out is one of Beautycounter's lip glosses!!
OMG. I love this lip gloss!! I always go with a light, shimmery lip color- so the color Rosewater Shimmer, from this Mini Lip Gloss Vault was perfect for me!! 
This lip gloss smells AMAZING, stayed on my lips, did NOT feel sticky and felt so moisturizing! If you have ever tried Mac's Lip Glass- this lip gloss is very similar in my opinion- except BETTER and less goopey. And all the ingredients are CLEAN!
So- here's my honest thoughts as someone who just tried out a couple of products from Beautycounter. They are extremely HIGH QUALITY.
The colors are pigmented and definitely comparable to other high end beauty brands I have used. 

I do find Beautycounter's prices to be a bit more expensive than your average drugstore makeup brands- but the fact that all of Beautycounter products are CLEAN and free of toxins is a HUGE selling point. Since their prices are a bit higher- NOW is a great time to try out a product or two since they are having their Black Friday sale. 

I know that I am going to continue to try products from Beautycounter, especially as my oldest daughter gets closer and closer in age to being able to wear makeup!

Ok- so here's where the fun part comes in for ya'll! I am currently doing a little giveaway on my Instagram page @fullhandsfullheart7

Stephanie is gifting one of you one of Beautycounter's fabulous holiday mini lip glosses and because I love makeup AND coffee- I added in a Starbucks gift card!!

Definitely go check out my post on Instagram and enter to win! And if you don't already follow me- just send me a direct message on IG :)
I am kind of weird about who follows me on IG because #theinternetisfreaky - HA!

Hope you have the BEST day!!!

Friday Favorites!

Friday, November 22, 2019

Hi friends!!!

Happy Friday!!

How was your week?!
 Our's was good! And very FULL. Feeling VERY happy that we made it to Friday and while our weekend is fairly busy- we definitely will have some downtime- which this extroverted introvert NEEDS. HA!

Here's some FAVORITES of mine from this past week!

Aaron worked this past weekend- so the kids and I were on our own...BUT- he got off in time for us to go out on a date!! 
We went to a fun burger place and then I dragged him into Ulta and we ended up at Walmart. HA! Talk about EXCITING.

We had an awesome time and I am just SO thankful Aaron is not only my husband- but my BEST friend. He really is my FAVORITE person!!
We just finished up another little house project and I am LOVING it!!
We have a vent over our range. We had originally wanted our cabinet company to custom build something over it- but somehow during the building process of our home- that request got lost in translation. Not really a big deal at all...we knew eventually we would build something to cover it!

A couple of weeks ago- Aaron decided to design and build a range cover (in all his spare time- HA!)

So here is the "BEFORE" picture!
Here is the cover half way through the process!! 
And here it is totally finished!!
 We just wanted a super simple design, with clean lines, to go with our cabinets. 
We luckily had been given the EXACT paint they used on our cabinets- so color matching the cover wasn't even an issue! 
Aaron did such an AWESOME job- he really does amaze me with how he can not only come up with a design- but then build it and make it look SO good!!

I am really loving how "finished" the range cover makes our whole kitchen look!
Okay- shifting gears from home projects to my new FAVORITE beauty product. I recently read about a blogger using tanning drops in her face lotion to give her face just a little bit of color. I was immediately intrigued and clicked on the link to the drops she uses...which seem great- but were NOT in my price range. So...I went searching for some tanning drops that fit into my budget and came across these drops from Ulta! They are only $10.99 and have AWESOME reviews!

I have been using them for about a week now and I LOVE them. I am using them every other day and all I do is put a couple drops into my face lotion, mix them up in the lotion and then apply on my face! (Of course, like with all tanning products, I make sure I blend my lotion really well into my hairline and neck. )

A few reasons why these are my FAVORITE:
- my skin is sensitive and it has not had any sort of negative reaction to these drops!
- the color these drops give is very subtle and not orangey or fake at all!
- they are SO affordable!!

If you are looking for an easy way to give your face a little color through the winter months- I would definitely recommend trying these out! And the awesome thing about Ulta is that they have an awesome return policy- you can use the product and if you realize you do not like it- you can still return it!
I just ordered a few dresses from Old Navy and to get free shipping- I added this dress to my cart on a whim. I totally expected to return it- but guess what?! This is dress ended up being my FAVORITE and the other two items I thought I was going to love- I didn't!

It's a super simple thin rib knit dress and it is VERY flattering. I have trouble with more fitted dresses because I have a curvier figure- and I do NOT like things to be tight in the booty region. HA!

This dress fit just perfectly and is fitted just enough to give it a tailored look. I love the fact that it's so simple and can be dressed up so many ways with accessories, a denim jacket or a fun cardigan!
If you're looking for a simple, versatile dress- definitely check this one out! You can find it HERE and currently it's only $19.00!
This girl. My first baby. 
She is turning 11 very soon and we are having her birthday party this afternoon!!
She truly is one of my most FAVORITE people in the whole entire world and I am not just saying that because she is my daughter. HA!

She is a LIGHT of just happy, easy going JOY. She is so easy to talk to, very chill- but also SUPER silly, extremely talented- but so very humble and is truly just a delightful human being.

My friends always joke that they need a "Charlotte" in their lives. And I always agree with them!! She has made figuring out this parenting thing extremely easy and I am SO thankful God gifted her to us!

So excited to spend some time celebrating her later on today...she told me she doesn't have any "real plans" for her party except to have fun :) Sounds good to me!
What are ya'll up to this weekend?
Doing anything fun? Or just chilling out? 

We're doing a little bit of both!
We have a fun holiday open house to go to tomorrow and on Sunday, my friend's daughters are getting baptized! We are also putting up our Christmas trees!

And in cased you missed them- here's my other posts from this week- you can find them HERE and HERE!

Hope you have a FABULOUS Friday and a WONDERFUL Weekend!

Linking up with TifBeckyDella,and Katie too!

Linking up with AndreaErika and Narci!

Tuesday Talk!

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Hi friends!!! Happy Tuesday!!

Did you have a good Monday? 
I sure hope so :)
And if you need a re-start- it's only Tuesday!! The week is still FRESH :)

Okay- so this might be a super boring topic to chat about- but I have to think I am not the only person out there that is always trying to streamline ALL.THE.THINGS. my family needs and make things more efficient!

So- with all of my kiddos potty trained now and my "baby" being 3 1/2 years old...I don't carry around the massive diaper bag I used to when they were all much younger.

Like seriously- this TOTALLY describes me when I had 5 kids 7 years and younger!!
Now...I basically carry around my wristlet and make sure I just have my credit card and phone when we go anywhere!

I did have a little bit of a wake up call this past summer though and realized I needed to be a bit more prepared than my wristlet and a pack of baby wipes :)

We were taking a day trip to the beach and you can bet I had ALL the snacks and drinks- but I did NOT have any kind of medications like allergy medicine or tylenol for the kids or Aaron and me. 

Right as we were arriving to the ferry boat that was taking us to the beach for the day, Charlotte started not feeling well at ALL. Poor thing. I was scrambling, looking through my van and found a measly pack of expired aspirin. Thankfully my friend, who was going to the beach with us had some children's ibuprofen and totally SAVED the day.

After that little experience, I decided I needed to get my act together and make sure we were ready to go when we traveled...whether it was a day trip or a longer vacation!

So- I got a plastic bin at Walmart and filled it with everything we might need in an acute situation where someone wasn't feeling good!
To make my life super easy- I used the Walmart grocery pickup app and didn't even have to go in the store to get all the things I needed!

You can see all the things I put in our portable "medicine cabinet"- to name a few: ibuprofen, tylenol, juinor ibuprofen for my older kiddos, Benadry and inside the little blue and green pack is antibacterial ointment, ace bandage, medical tape and gauze squares (my husband is a foot and ankle surgeon- so we only have some of this stuff because I might have made him bring home some supplies ;)
And here it is- all packed up in one storage bin with a secure top on it!
I obviously don't have EVERYTHING we might need- but I think I covered most of our bases. I wanted it all to be kept in a fairly small bin so it wasn't cumbersome to pack.

I keep this bin in our bathroom closet and whenever we go on a day trip- I just put it in the back of the car! And it's so handy when we go on longer trips- because instead of going through our medicine cabinet and pulling all the different things we might need- I just grab our bin and put it in one of our suitcases!

It's definitely been handy to have and I feel much better about being prepared for an emergency- especially since we are going on more and more fun adventures with the kids since they are getting older!

Now for just regular driving around town- I also have gotten myself organized and have an "emergency" bag packed in the back of my van.

I keep an extra pair of shoes for Marshall in there (sometimes he just doesn't put shoes on and I don't notice! HA!), change of clothes for the boys, extra pair of underwear and leggings for the girls, a towel, baby wipes, bottled water and a couple changing pad liners (they are waterproof on one side and terry cloth on the other). I can't tell you how many times we have needed to grab something out of the emergency bag and I am always SO thankful I have a stash of stuff!! 

And finally- SNACKS. I am pretty adamant that my kids are never THAT hungry that they can't wait until we get back home to eat something- but sometimes everyone is losing their minds and if I offer a graham cracker to everyone- it helps matters just a bit. 
So you will always find a box of graham crackers next to a pack of baby wipes in front of the console in my van :)

And that's how I am currently rolling with my crew!
We are ON THE GO a lot and just taking a little time to be organized and prepared definitely helps me A LOT.

I'd love to know how you keep your crew prepared! Do you carry a huge bag? Are you still in a season of needing to have a stocked diaper bag? 

I recently purchased a sporty, cute backpack to have in my car as my purse, if I need something with more space than my wristlet and I have to say it is HANDY. Marshall is a WILD man in stores and it is much easier to throw on my backpack than it is to carry my big purse around!

Hope you have the BEST day!!

Hello Monday!

Monday, November 18, 2019

Hi friends!!

Happy Monday!!

How was your weekend??

We had a good one!! 

Saturday was LOOONNNG. Just keepin' it REAL. HA!
Aaron left super early for work, it rained all day long and the sun literally never came out. The kids and I ran a bunch of errands and then, of course, after a day of not being able to go outside, they were TOTALLY nuts by the afternoon. 
Poor things...they seriously are like caged animals (HA!) when they can't play outside!! 

But...Aaron got home from work 15 minutes before our babysitter showed up and we got to go on our date!! We went to a fun burger place and then ended up at Walmart where we bought the most random assortment of a couple Christmas trees, goldfish, apples and shower gel. HA!

Sunday, Aaron was out the door super early again- but he was able to meet us at church and instead of having to go back to the hospital- he was able to come home- which was SO great.

Luckily, the rain had stopped- so the kids got to play outside a bit- but they ended up spending most of their afternoon in the kitchen playing multiple rounds of "Chopped" with their play-doh :) They are obsessed with that show and it is seriously so funny to hear them being like the judges and chefs on the show!!
I had done all of the week's lunch prep on Saturday and got all our grocery shopping done- and on Sunday morning, I prepped our dinner.  So for the first time in MONTHS- I actually sat down and read a book while the kids played play-doh and Aaron got caught up on work stuff. Of course, I could have cleaned something or folded some laundry- but reading "Winter Storms" was SO much more delightful!!
We have a JAM PACKED week ahead of us, with multiple things going on each evening- 
so I put together a super SIMPLE meal plan. 
I am utilizing some convenience foods I normally don't buy- because this mama needs some shortcuts this week! I am also taking advantage of meals I have stashed away in our deep freezer!!

Here's what's for dinner at our house this week!!

MONDAY: At home "Chick-Fil-A" chicken sandwiches, 
waffle fries and steamed green beans

TUESDAY: Potato corn chowder, grilled cheese 
& carrots and cucumbers with ranch for dipping

WEDNESDAY: 4 Ingredient chili, cheesy biscuits and side salads

THURSDAY: Chicken tenders, mac 'n' cheese and steamed broccoli

FRIDAY: Pizza! 

SATURDAY: Leftovers!!

SUNDAY: Meatball Subs and steamed broccoli

What's on your menu plan for the week??

What do you have going on this week? As I mentioned we have quite a bit going on...which if I am being honest- is making me feel slightly twitchy. HA! 
But it's all good stuff and then next week is Thanksgiving week and the kids and Aaron will have a few days off of school and work and we will have some nice down time together.

Here's to having an AWESOME week and inviting God to be with us in whatever we are doing...whether that be changing dirty diapers, grinding it out at work, driving your kids all around town, cleaning up a million messes or just your "regular" day to day duties. 
Gratitude changes EVERYTHING!
Hope you have the BEST day!

I hope you have the BEST day and a wonderful start to your week!!

Linking up with HeatherJohannahTanya and Lindsay!

Friday Favorites

Friday, November 15, 2019

Hi friends!!!

Happy Friday!!

How are you doing? How was your week? Our's was pretty good! It definitely was what I like to call a fast/slow week. HA! It feels like it flew by- but certain moments of this week definitely felt LONG.

And now its FRI-YAY! 

We've got a fairly full weekend ahead of us...the kids and I will be flying solo since this is Aaron's weekend to work. My two youngest daughters are going to a cute pottery class Saturday morning and as long as everything goes smoothly for Aaron at the hospital- we have a date night scheduled!!! He has already told me his schedule is nuts- but also promised me he is going to do everything he can to be home in time for our date.
I am crossing my fingers AND toes it works out- because WE NEED A DATE NIGHT. 
You know what I mean?!? 

Okay- enough about all of that.
Here's a few FAVORITES of mine from this past!!

This past Sunday, the girls and I left the boys at home to play and we went to Kirklands to look around and then to Barnes and Noble. I got caught up on some stuff on my computer and the girls played in the kids' area and read books. It was SO fun to do a couple of things that are NOT easy when James and Marshall are with us and just have some girl time!!
LOVE my girls so so much!
We have a special date night set up for our kiddos so that once a month they get a little bit of one on one time with just Aaron and me. On their birthdate every month is their date night. We set a timer for 20 minutes (because if we don't- the kids looovvee to find ways to drag out their date and avoid bed. HA!) and we play whatever that specific child wants to do. Celine recently had her date and we played Uno and this super fun Scrabble card game called "Slam."  Have you ever played it? It's SO easy and fun. And it's a great "brain work" game since you are trying to figure out how to spell different words! Definitely one of our FAVORITE games to play in our house. You can find it HERE on Amazon- it would be an awesome stocking stuffer!!
Oh my goodness. I came across this Thanksgiving Gratitude Game and instantly knew that would be a part of Thanksgiving Day! 
You can find the free printable and more about the game HERE!
It's such a cute, simple way to get a conversation of gratitude happening with your kids while playing a fun game!! LOVE IT!
I talked a little bit in my post yesterday where I am with decorating for Christmas- you can read that post HERE! Basically- I decorate early-ish...but this year I am not feeling as motivated as I normally do. So we still have our fall/harvest/pumpkin decorations up :)
What I have been doing is listening to Christmas music. I LOVE it. November 1st rolls around and I am playing all of my Christmas play lists on Pandora. My husband finds this totally obnoxious. He is of the mindset that Christmas music should be played on December 24 and 25- and THAT IS IT. HA!

A couple of my kids think I am crazy- and the rest of them are here for it.
So basically...for now..I secretly listen to Christmas music when nobody is home. HA!
Once December gets here- all bets are off- it's going to be played 24/7!! :)
I recently listened to Brene' Brown's Ted Talks on vulnerability and shame- and WOW. She is incredible and I was just blown away by her research and insight. I know she has written several books and I definitely need to get my hands on them because I was so taken by what she had to say in her Ted Talks. You can find them HERE and HERE
I can't recommend listening to them enough!! She gives such an amazing perspective on connection and how we relate to one another and it's just all SO GOOD.
I'd love to know if you've read any of books, which one was your favorite? 

And just for fun- here's an extra FAVORITE....
This sums up our life in one picture :)

Now it's your 
What's made you smile this week?
I'd love to know what one of your FAVORITES has been!!

And in case you them- here's my other blog posts from this week:

Hope you have a FABULOUS Friday and a WONDERFUL Weekend!

Linking up with TifBeckyDella,and Katie too!

Linking up with AndreaErika and Narci!

Thoughts for Thursday

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Hey friends!!

Happy Thursday!!

How's your week going so far?? We're soooo close to the weekend!

Feeling chatty I just thought I share some random thoughts today!

Sooo...I shared this on Insta-stories last week- but I am LOVING using the Peloton app for working out!!! I definitely go through seasons where I feel more motivated than others to exercise ...and while I am feeling very motivated to work out currently- I have definitely been feeling bored. I have a hard time finding classes at my gym that challenge me enough AND I don't have an unlimited amount of time to spend in the gym. I just finished my 5th workout using the app this morning and I am HOOKED. I am loving the challenge of the Peloton workouts and just how easy it is to find a class that fits my needs in that moment and then pressing "start" and it's READY.TO.GO! 
If you are looking for a change in your exercise have nothing to lose in trying out the classes on the app for free for two weeks! Ok..I am done gushing about Peloton. HA!

I know it's VERY controversial (which I don't know WHY)- but I am curious where you stand in Christmas decorating and when you do it?!

I just thought this was too funny. HA! People are SO serious about this topic!
So..the past couple of years- I have done it in early November because Aaron works every 3rd Saturday (I need his help with our trees) and then we have been out of town, traveling to Illinois, for Thanksgiving. My birthday is in early December and I always like to have my decorations up before that- so decorating early has made the most sense for us!

This year, we're not going anywhere for Thanksgiving, so I don't feel the push to get out our decorations just yet. I am thinking we will put up our trees next weekend and then I will spend the following week decorating. If I am being honest- I am feeling kind of apathetic at the thought of getting everything's weird! I don't feel anxious about all the work that goes into decorating...I just don't really have a huge motivation to do it. But on the flip side...I want to make our house feel festive and it's important to me to decorate. AHHHH. This is how my brain works! I am ALL.OVER.THE.PLACE. HA!

Ok...time for a little heart talk.
Parenting has felt quite INTENSE for the past few months.
Aaron and I have coined the phrase that we are joyfully trudging through this season with our kiddos. HA!
My girls are all SO different and very intense in their own ways...and we have a lot of growth and maturing happening which lends itself to a lot of resistance and testing boundaries. 
My girls are not PHYSICALLY exhausting to take care of (they are SO independent!)- but mentally they can DRAIN me.

And my sweet boys. WOW. God knew I really needed to be humbled when he gave me James and Marshall. These boys are SO spirited and push boundaries ALL.DAY.LONG. 
 And we're not talking pushing boundaries like not cleaning up their toys or wrestling too hard with each other- more like leaving the house to go down the street to play with the neighbors without telling me, after I have told them YOU MUST ASK ME. Or like finding their dad's ladder, moving it over to the deep freezer, climbing on it (not completely set up) and going inside the freezer. Let's just pretend these are hypothetical examples and not real life. HA!  Anyway...they are requiring a lot of discipline and demand almost all of my attention and it's just A LOT. 

I share all of this because I hope my vulnerability might make you feel less alone if you are in a particularly hard or challenging season of life- whether that be parenting or another type of relationship. I feel like if we share that we are having a hard time- people assume we aren't grateful or aware of our abundant blessings- 
which is exactly what my children are: ABSOLUTE GIFTS from GOD. And he is teaching me, slowly, surely and at times quite painfully, that I can do none of the work I have been called to do as a mom without him.

And wrap up my ramblings for the day...let's get SUPER serious and talk about PUFFY UNDER EYE SYNDROME.
Yes. This is a real thing. I have diagnosed myself with it. HA!

I am not getting any older and I am becoming more and more conscious of taking care of my skin and if I am being honest- pretty self conscious of the puffy area under my eyes. I don't necessarily have dark under eye circles as much as I do major PUFFINESS.

Give me your best eye creams and I will be SO thankful!!

Also- if you have a certain anti-aging/wrinkle cream(s) that you love- I would so appreciate you sharing those with me too!

I am in the process of trying to figure what I should buy, how much I should spend on said items and I really want to NOT waste money on products that really don't work.

Okey dokey...that's all the random I have for today :)
I am off to drink some more coffee and celebrate the fact that tomorrow is FRI-YAY!
Hope you have the BEST day!!

What I am Loving Wednesday!

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Hi friends!!!

Happy Wednesday!!!
How is your week going so far??

Am I the only one looking around, scratching her head, saying.."How are we HALF WAY through November already?!"
Gosh- time is FLYING by these days!

Sooo...I have a few fun things to share with you today!
Here's what I am loving lately!

I am loving this simple outfit for Thanksgiving!! Of course, all of these pieces are from Walmart- because that just how I roll. HA!

My favorite jeans, this SUPER cute and VERY well made top (it comes in several other colors- but I love this mustard color for fall/Thanksgiving) and these adorable fur lined booties!!
I made the kids some muffins this past weekend and I used my Aldi brand protein pancake mix (exactly like the Kodiak Cakes mix- but half the price!) and followed this recipe. I subbed out honey for maple syrup and my kids LOVED them!! And I LOVED knowing they were eating a muffin that not only tasted yummy- but was packed full of good ingredients and lots of protein!  This is definitely a new go-to muffin recipe for us!
While I was baking muffins, 
I also made a huge pot of our family's favorite potato corn chowder!
Here's the recipe for the soup! It's from my mom :)
This soup is definitely a labor of love to make- and because of that, I double the recipe. 
It makes a HUGE batch and it freezes great! 
The kids and Aaron had grilled cheese and potato corn chowder for dinner Sunday (I had chicken and vegetable soup) and everyone's tummies were VERY happy!
This past weekend, Aaron and I did a talk for couples preparing for marriage in our church. The topic we discussed was Communication and Conflict Management, because goodness knows, we are experts in that, right!?! HA!
We included this graphic in our presentation because we thought it was SO good. This something we have started doing...and it makes SUCH a difference in our intentionally we are communicating!! And I definitely don't think this just applies just to romantic relationships..I think these are great questions to ask others who you are very close to- whether that be a family member or friend!
Credit to this awesome graphic goes to @gratiadesignco

And I am going to end with this.
My day just does NOT get off to a good start unless I wake up early, drink a cup coffee and fill my heart and mind with Scripture and prayer. 
I would love if you'd share something you are loving this week!!
Tell me in the comments!

Hope you have the BEST day!

Linking up with StefanieKeriMauriSarah, and Lindsay today!