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And before we get to it all, thank you all so much for your sweet words on yesterday's post. I definitely needed to vent! I responded to everyone who left me a comment on the post since I was noticing a lot of people don't have their email address linked to their account.
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First things first, I am lakehouse bound later today and I get to see one of my very favorite people and her daughter who I have NEVER MET! She is over a year old now, and it is just crazy to me that I haven't ever held that sweet baby! I absolutely can't wait to get my hands on her and just love on her!
T W O
Just for fun, a few old-school photos of the friend I will be seeing this weekend. They are from 2003 (senior year) and 2004 (homecoming). Over ten years old. In the first photo below we are are on the far right.
T H R E E
My mom came up to visit this week and brought some of the most delicious Mexican casserole for us to have for lunch! She found the recipe here. I can't wait to make this soon -- Ian is going to go crazy over it.
A fun little tidbit that I forgot to mention in last week's five, but that is a biggie ... I paid off my car last week! I still owed a pretty good chunk of change on it, so I was having a significant amount drafted out of my account each month, but I decided to just bite the bullet and march up to the bank and just take care of it. It felt great to just put a checkmark in that category and be done with that monthly payment.
Lastly, a quick beauty-related note. I have used the Philosophy Purity facewash for YEARS. Recently I have heard great things about CeraVe -- specifically, that it comes highly recommended by many dermatologists, even over very pricey brands or prescription formulas. I found myself at the drugstore last weekend and was unsure whether to choose the one for normal/oily skin or normal/dry skin. I ended up going for the normal/dry skin version because I figured if it was more hydrating, that would be a good thing for my wrinkles and fine lines. So far I have been really pleased with this facial cleanser, and I love that it has a pump! When my contacts are out, I'm blind as a bat, and I've got water dripping from my face, the pump makes my life EASY and that is a good thing.
And for the record, now that I've seen the prices for this on Amazon, I definitely won't be purchasing from Rite-Aid any longer!
TGIF y'all, and hope you will join in on Five on Friday this week! Cheers to the weekend!