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TRUE STORY!

This week has been an exciting week in my professional world. We had an amazing event, and I was so proud to be a part of it. Although my piece was small, I felt honored to be a part of our awesome team. As you can imagine, I needed to dress extra professional for the event (so of course, I had to go shopping).

Saturday, I walked into a store, saw a shirt and sweater on the model and said "I want to buy that" - I tried it on, felt great so I BOUGHT it! I couldn't wait until the event!

Reasons for excitement.

1) I had recently outgrown that store. Sadly, I had gained so much weight that the largest size wouldn't fit me. I was SO excited to be able to fit into the clothes in that store again.

2) I've never actually purchased an outfit displayed!

*pats herself on the back*

[I know what you are thinking, what does this have to do with glitter?]

The night before the event I sat down to paint my nails. I turned on netflix, and began to paint my nails a nice soft white color.

All finished. ...

And then, I pulled out the glitter.

Like a crazy person, I painted my nails with hot pink and gold glitter.

I had completely forgotten what I was doing.

No big deal right? Just take it off. ...

Did I mention we are out of nail polish remover!!!

Sooo, I was able to get the glitter nail polish completely off and decided to just go with bare nails.

I personally felt pretty yesterday. Hopefully not too many people noticed my bare nails. :)



Also, I'm very proud of my poochies. I didn't have to carry them home from our 2.5 mile walk/jog tonight!

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