Great post on cream blush. Thanks Kellee!
I’m lounging here on the couch, minding my own business, and the dog proceeds to piss on the curtains. Just a few feet away from where I am sitting. I saw him nosing around and told him to scram. I guess he showed me. Little f*%ker!!!!!!!
Check this out! Kellee worked at both Ulta and Sephora, so she knows a thing or three about skin care.
My dog Teddy has OCD! When I told our vet he was eating material, she said he was a little OCD. WTF!?!?!?!?!? We’ve had him for five years, and love him to pieces, but he eats fabric. Not so much just chewing, but actually eating the material. He has chewed holes in our bedding, destroyed his dog bed and makes his dog blankets look like Swiss cheese. The little stink chews holes in our blanket while he’s sleeping with us. He doesn’t seem like he’s nervous and is a total cuddle bug. He was a rescue so we don’t know what kind of a situation he came from. Jesus, you would think after five years he would chill.
He’s so darn cute I just can’t be mad at him. Besides he hasn’t chewed up any of my shoes, yet.
Look at the face, how can you not just smother him with kisses? I’m such a sucker. Big sigh.
We’ve all got Internet friends, many of whom we will never physically meet. What would you do if they were no longer there? Would you care?
The thought occurred recently when a very dear friend of mine, who I worked with at the University of Waikato back in New Zealand, was absent without leave from the internet. A day or even two of his not being there is normal. But a week or more?
Fortunately I’m also in contact with one of his many daughters via ‘chat’ on Facebook, otherwise I wouldn’t have known that he had a heart attack last year. Since then he has had ongoing health problems. So when he went quiet once again a few weeks back, I immediately contacted her on FB. Bless her heart, she profusely apologised for not letting me know. She needn’t have. I completely understood. I was just glad that he’s…
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