i always love to see the fun 'what i wore' posts
that float around in blogland.
while most days my personal fashion isn't worthy of posting
my girls certainly fit the bill.
so here are a few of little bit....
~red coat, boots & houndstooth skirt-target
little hat- hannah anderson
white top & jeans- old navy
pink scarf- my drawer
big sissy's sweatshirt
skirt & leggings- gap
chuck taylors- target
funky little dress- tj maxx
we loved it so much, we bought a couple
headband- the enchanted forest
need to catch up on a few misc things so excuse the scattered thoughts~~~
we had a wonderful thanksgiving week. busy, but wonderful.
i'm finally feeling better. might have something to do with my own personal unofficial strep diagnosis that i gave myself after 8 days of a sore throat and hacking cough. ( was more than likely viral. oh well) followed by taking the remainder of expired antibiotics that one of the girls , who unbeknownst to me, never finished them herself. last year. & yes, i am an RN in real life.
ventured out against my better judgement on black friday with one of the girls. turned out completely successful & unstressful. dan the man , on the other hand, went to walmart to pick up one of our needed sale electronics. stood in line for an hour & a half only to have it sell out just as he arrived at the front of the line. he then headed to yet another walmart ,waited in a much shorter line & ended up with the last one at that store. he niether confirms nor denies any future black friday shopping.
i parked in the front slot at target at 7am. walked in. grabbed my sale electronic purchase , walked to the register that had no line. bought the item. & was back in the car in 11 minutes flat. i kid you not.
for all you locals, perimeter mall is the mall to shop day after thanksgiving. no craziness. period.
we celebrated my hubby's birthday.
had multiple photoshoots & basketball games.
we bought our tree!! it's all glittery and wonderful in its galvanized tub reflecting little lights on the hardwoods. beautiful!!
i love to see how women i admire get it done. how their day rolls out. are they scheduled or loosey goosey? do they read? do they clean everyday or all day just one day a week? how much time do they spend on the computer? do they homeschool , run a business, volunteer at school or are they a full time homemaker? come back tomorrow, i'm very excited to have a guest blogger who i think is absolutely fantastic. she'll share all of this & more.
one more thing, i want to introduce you to Deborah.
"I am working with my niece, Jessica and Children's Hope Chest in a fundraiser for Trees of Glory, a children's day center in Ethiopia. They are in danger of losing the land between the school and the only working well unless they build a barn and put livestock on the land. We are trying to raise 5,600 to build a barn and buy 5 cows which would not only save the land, it would be a potential food and milk source for them with possible future revenue maker"
here is a link to her blog if you would like to support her awesome cause.