Thursday, February 27, 2014

Done Done, Done Done Done

Today I finished my 3rd grad school class. I passed in my 11 page case study, my 400 word course reflection and my course eval. Done! Not going to lie, it felt good. This latest class; Motivational Theory and Strategies was a lot of work. Amazingly useful and relevant to my classroom, but intense. It was a lot of research and a LOT of writing. I loved it, I hated it, I'm glad to be done. Now I'm done with classes until the beginning of July, which will be an amazing break. A break I need. I know I've mentioned it before, but we're getting a new school building that we'll be moving into this summer, so I have to pack up my entire classroom this spring, I'm glad I won't be taking classes while trying to get that done too.

This was my 3rd grad school class. My 3rd of 10 in my program to get my Master's degree. Some week, as I'm neck deep in research papers and discussion forums, I debate about going to grad school right now was the best of ideas. For the most part though I'm loving it. I'm such a nerd, I like writing papers, I like reading research, it's fun and challenging to me. I currently have a 4.0 GPA, and I'm hoping my grades in this class will keep that status. I have perfect scores on all assignments so far, but my case study is worth 25% of my grade, so it could make or break me.

Here's hoping! 

Monday, February 24, 2014

I got my first nasty comment

I guess I shouldn't be surprised. I've been blogging for almost three years now, and while I've gotten some comments from people who disagree with me, I've never gotten a comment that was straight up mean and nasty. Until last Thursday. Thursday I got a comment from this blog post I wrote back in May about things Drew does that bug me. Some of it was serious, some of it was stupid. 

I get it, I had a couple of spelling mistakes (ohmagosh!) and I criticized my husband... I guess I'm an idiot. I know it shouldn't bother me, and actually what he's criticizing me for doesn't bother me, what bothers me is the way he went about it. Like I'm some bored housewife that just likes to bash her husband.

Clearly he hasn't read other posts, because then he would see that most of the time I write about how great he is, how much I appreciate him. Clearly he missed the part where I wrote that if Drew were to compile a similar list of things that I do that annoy him, it would be ten times larger and the disclaimer at the end about I love him and think he's a great husband and father. Have some empathy because of all Drew goes through outside the home? Thanks, I do since I also go through a lot outside the home being that I also have a full time job. Self-centered? You bet. I blog. What blogger isn't a self-centered narcissistic? Why else would we put out lives out on the internet for others to read and comment on? Legitimate gripes? Um, it's stuff that bugs me, it doesn't have to be legitimate, it just bugs me. So, being the snarky idiot I am, this is the e-mail I sent back:

I know, I know. I should have been the bigger person and let it go... but let's be honest, that's not me. I guess I just don't get why he read it if it bothered him. I a blog's editing or content bugs you to the point where you feel the need to leave such nasty comments, try not reading. It's actually a rather simple concept. 

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Sunday Social

1. Favorite breakfast food
Bacon. Oh how I love bacon.

2. Best way to spend a free day

Doing nothing. Watching tv, reading books, laying around like a slob. Sounds like heaven to me. 

3. Airline ticket to anywhere in the world….where would you go and why?

Someplace warm and sunny with a beach. We've gotten 34+ inches of snow in the last two weeks here- I'm over it. 

4. You can only leave the house with one thing…what is it?

My phone... I can do just about anything with it, so I'd be all set for awhile.

5. How do you take your coffee?

Without the coffee :) I hate coffee. The smell, the taste, ugh, my stomach hurts just thinking about it. 

Friday, February 21, 2014

Mommy Brag (sorrynotsorry)

Chatting away to her stuffie
I know every parent thinks their kids is special and amazing and the most genius child to ever grace the planet. So please forgive me while I brag about my special little snowflake :)

Fynn talks. A lot. Probably because her mom talks incessantly and the poor kid has to speak up just to get a moment away from my voice. Regardless, her verbal skills blow me out of the water. Her doctor said that look to see two-word "sentences" by 24 months of age. Fynn is currently saying 4-word sentences. Needless to say, her doctor was very impressed.

I'm impressed. Every couple of days or so, she suddenly says new words or sentences. Last weekend we were at my parent's house and she said "have a seat" to my sister. I don't even know how she learned that one. She has also said "I want that baby", "No, I want Daddy", "No, Mommy do that", "I want milk", "I don't want it" and probably other sentences that I can't think of. Notice that her sentences all have to do with wanting or not wanting something... the teen years are going to be rough, I can already feel it.

I listen to kids who are her age and even a little older and I can't help but compare them to her. I know I'm not supposed to do that, but I think it's just human instinct, especially when it comes to our babies. A lot of kids her age don't talk like she does. They don't put as many words together or speak as clearly. They don't know how to accurately express their wants and needs, but Fynn does.

That makes this Mama proud. Really proud. 

Thursday, February 20, 2014

So I got to thinking...

As anyone with a toddler knows, once your kid hits a year, people start throwing out the "when are you going to have another one?" line in its various forms. I get it all the time. Obviously it's on my mind, and Katie's post the other day just brought it up again.

Do I want more kids?

                                If so, when?

                                               How do you know when your family is complete?

I have no answers. There are day when I'm all Hell no, we're one and done because I can't fathom how I could survive having two kids when I can barely handle just the one. I'm overwhelmed on a daily basis with her and constantly feel like I'm the crappiest mom ever (why yes, we did watch 4 episodes of Daniel Tiger on Monday because I've been battling a cold for the past week and Fynn's been battling being an obnoxious toddler).

Then there are the days when I reminisce about being pregnant and the awe-inspiring beauty of growing a human being. The moment of recognition when your 10-second old baby is placed on your chest. The ultimate heart-swelling love that I feel for my little girl. I have those moments and I think, How can I not have more? I look at my sweet baby girl who is 1 1/2 going on 15 and I know that she would be the best big sister. Who am I to deprive her of that?

Of course, I have to somewhat consider Drew. Granted, I pretty much strong-armed him into this the first time around, so I know I can't do that again. While he loves Fynn more than he ever thought possible, pre-Fynn the idea of kids was not all that appealing to him. He may have changed his stance somewhat, but I know that having more isn't exactly on his top ten list.

So I'm thinking. And wondering. And hoping the answers are out there, ready to fill me in. I like to have a plan, a vision of where we are heading, but right now this family thing is so up in the air, that I just don't know. 

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

So What Wednesday

It's Wednesday. Usually on Wednesday's I'm all excited because the week is half over... but it's vacation week, so I don't want the week to end.

Therefore I am saying "So What" if:

  • I sent Fynn to daycare yesterday because I just.needed.a.break. It was glorious. GLO-RI-OUS.
  • Even though I loved it, I missed her yesterday and was beyond excited to scoop her up into my arms when she got home.
  • I used that time to clean the house and write a 5 page paper for my grad school class.
  • I actually like that we're getting more snow this week. It's vacation week which means no snow days... since we've already had 4, I'm thinking we don't need any more... I would like summer vacation to start before August, thanks.
  • In watching Grey's Anatomy on Netflix I've discovered that I like "dark and twisty" Meredith a whole lot better than the happily married one. 
  • Fynn and I are headed to "Kiddie Gym" this morning and it's pretty much the highlight of my vacation week. Sad, but true. 

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

February Ipsy

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links

I actually wasn't sure if I was going to get an Ipsy bag this month. I got a new credit card last month because my card was part of the Target security breach. After I got my new card I never even thought about updating my card info on Ipsy... come to think of it, I don't know if I updated it anywhere... I wonder what autopay bills aren't getting paid? Luckily Drew takes care of 99.9% of the bills, so I'm probably not forgetting anything two important. I hope. I digress... what I was trying to say here was that I was really surprised when Drew brought the mail in Friday night and that distinctive pink bubble bag was there.

This months Ipsy theme is The Look of Love. Makes sense with Valentine's day and all. So of course the pink bag is fitting for this month. I love this bag because it's simple and cute- but also has a cute touch on the inside. I'll be using this bag a lot. Actually the bags are one of my favorite parts of Ipsy, I use most of them for organizing stuff or for Fynn to play with (the girl loves purses. I'm so proud).

POP Beauty Plump Pop Mini in Fuchsia Freesia ($16)

This looks disgustingly pink in the bottle, but when it's on it's a lot more subtle. Still pink, but not a shocking color. Something I could actually wear in public. I like this lip gloss a lot, it goes on smooth and isn't super sticky like some glosses. Would I pay $16 for it? No way, but that's because I'm cheap and has nothing to do with the quality of the lip gloss. 

Zoya Nail Polish in Dot ($9)
I love Zoya nail polishes. I've gotten a couple in other Ipsy bags and always loved them. The go on super smooth and last longer than a lot of other polishes I have. I'm pretty rough on my nails, so a polish that can last 4-5 days without chipping is pretty impressive to me. The color I got is okay. I love pink, but it's a little pale for me. I like brighter nail polishes for the most part, but I know I'll end up wearing this.

Tini Beauty Eyetini Cordial Cream Shadow + Base in One in Ambrosia ($18)

I had no idea what this was when I first opened it. It looked like lip gloss, but since I already got the Pop Mini, I knew it had to be something else. Turns out it's a cream eyeshadow. It goes on really smoothly and has a nice shimmer of color. I love the pink and I know this is something I'll actually wear since it's not over the top. 

Skyn Iceland Fresh Start Mask with Ice Age Mud ($6.50).
Another product where I had no idea what it was until I read about it. It says it's a 10 minute treatment that does 5 bajillion things to make your skin look amazing. After I read about it, I thought it would be pretty cool if it works well to keep buying... until I say that it's $6.50 a treatment. Yeah, no thanks. A 6-pack of these will set you back $39. Thanks but no thanks. That said, I am looking forward to trying it out. 

J. Cat Beauty Eyelashes and Eyelash Glue ($3.99)

Why do they keep sending me this? I've gotten this exact eyelash pack 3 or 4 times already now. Each time when I review it on their site, I say it's "not for me"... yet they keep sending it. Maybe I should say I love it so they never send it to me again. I'm sure they're great if you're someone who wears fake eyelashes, but that so is not me.

Overall this month's Ipsy bag had a value of $53.49. Always a great deal considering I only spend $10 a month on it and get to try all kinds of new products... or things I'm to cheap to buy on my own. I know I rave about it every month, but that's because I love what I get in my Ipsy bag every month... except for the eyelashes, they need to chill on the eyelashes. 

Monday, February 17, 2014

Weekend Adventures

A lot of times on the weekend we're too tired and lame to be super fun. But sometimes, just sometimes, we get our act together and take this kid out for some adventures.

Last weekend we headed to the mall to buy Drew some work pants. I had heard about this new little play area they have set up there, so I wanted to take Fynn. They had the cutest play houses and Fynn had a blast. At first she was nervous and clung to my side. Then a little boy (I think he was 6) told her she couldn't come in the house he and his friend were playing in. I went all Mommy-zilla on him and told him he couldn't tell her that. His friend must have felt bad, because he invited her to play with them. Fynn then went and growled at him, and a game of monster ensued in which my toddler chased two older boys around the play area while growling. Hilarious.

After the play place we were headed home because Fynn was getting hungry. And hungry quickly leads to nap time. Then we walked by the Build A Bear store... and debated. Fynn has been obsessed with this stuffed dog for the last month. A stuffed dog that is actually a next massager. I don't love having her sleep with it, so we thought maybe we could replace it with a new fur friend. Fynn quickly fell in love with this golden retriever pup.
She was so excited while we stood in line to stuff him, but when the woman took him away to put the stuffing in she freaked out. The poor woman felt so bad. Once she got her dog back though, she was so happy. She brushed him and then had a death grip around him until the car ride home. The cashier just ripped the tag off of him rather than try to get Fynn to let go.

Sadly, this dog hasn't replaced the other stuffed dog... he's just been added to the crib at night. Right now we're up to 2 stuffed dogs, 2 baby dolls, a bear that plays music and an assortment of 3-6 blankets that HAVE to be in the crib in order for her to sleep. At daycare she has 3 stuffies and a blanket that have to go down for naptime.

I digress. After the puppy purchase we were trying to head home, but Fynn was starving so we stopped to get a smoothie to share. We've done this before and Fynn LOVED the strawberry smoothie. This time I didn't get to have much. She clung to that smoothie like it was the last food she's ever get. 

Then we got home, and she took a crappy nap, and was a grouch most of the afternoon. Luckily Drew's parents came over that night to babysit so that we could go out to dinner and a movie. Alone. Beyond amazing, especially after a rough afternoon of grouchy baby.

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Sunday Social

1. What are your favorite things to do on a lazy day?
Watch TV, read a book or two, and take a nap.

2. What is your TV guilty pleasure?


3. What is your favorite road trip music?
Whatever I'm listening to at the time becomes my road trip music. I always have new playlists of songs. On the road though, I like something I can sing along and dance too... nothing better than dancing it out at a red light. 

4. What are your favorite magazines or books to read by the pool or laying around?

I love cheesy romance novels when I'm relaxing and laying around. Nothing too mentally taxing, just a fun easy read that leaves you feeling all warm and gooey inside.

5. What is your favorite snack?

Speaking of cheesy, right now I'm loving white cheddar popcorn. It started with SmartFood popcorn and then Drew bought the Hannaford store brand of it which is even better. It's a sharper cheddar which makes it even more delicious. 


Friday, February 14, 2014

Where do all the good blog posts go? And it's Valentines Day, whoop de-freaking-do

I have this problem; I come up with amazing blog posts at the worst possible times. In the shower, on the drive home, while I'm running, as I'm laying in bed trying to fall asleep (and praying that no one has broken in to my house); I have all these great ideas. I sit there in those moments writing the entire draft in my had complete with witty, self-deprecating humor, inspiring insight, brilliant ideas... and then they're gone.

In the time it takes to get to paper or the computer, something happens. It all disappears and I'm left with nothing, not even the slightest semblance of my original idea.

Where do they go? What hidden, cob-webbed corner of my brain to all these great ideas now reside in? And how the heck to I get them back?????

Happy Valentines day to all of you who love this day of love. Yes, I sound like a petty single high-school drama queen, but I really don't like V-day. Drew always does it up in style (hello, I got an iPad from him last year), but it's another one of those holidays where it's all about the gifts and not about the people. Lame. Drew and I promised we wouldn't buy each other gifts this year, which probably means that he'll probably buy me something amazing and I'll look like a complete schmuck. Awesome. 

On the plus side, I was ThatMom the other day and put together cute little Valentine's gift bags for the kids at Fynn's daycare. They're all 4 and under, so I went with Goldfish, play dough, and bubbles. Hopefully all the kids love it.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

So What Wednesday?

It's Wednesday, the Wednesday before February vacation. Which means hope and possibly sleep are so close yet so far away... so I'm saying "So What?"  if: 

  •  I've gained weight the past couple of weeks because I'm too tired lazy to workout once Fynn's finally in bed at night
  • Last week when we had a snow day, and Fynn only took a 40 minute nap, I played bad mom and let her watch two movies back to back because I was exhausted and so was she
  • I'm looking forward to my class "Friendship Celebration" (yeah, because we can't call it a "party" or admit it's for a particular holiday) because it means my kids will be bringing yummy treats and I'm a fatty.
  • The only reason my house gets cleaned once a week is because my MIL usually watches Fynn on Fridays and there's no way in hell we'll let her see the filth we usually live in. If it weren't for that, I'm sure the state would be coming to condemn out house.
  • Living in a messy house actually doesn't bother me. I'd like to claim it's because I'm too busy being a Mommy, but my general apathy towards a clean house started long before Fynn was born.
  • I haven't made valentines for my students OR the kids at Fynn's daycare yet...and I don't really want to but I know I have to. Lameness. 

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Apparently I'm not aging well

I was at the eye doctors a few weeks ago getting new contacts. I asked the doctor about lasik, and whether he thought I'd be a good candidate since I have a rather severe astigmatism. He starting talking about how it would be great for me, about how much it costs and where I could get it done.

And then he said:

"But if you're going to do it, you want to do it really soon. Once you hit 40 there's really no point since your eyes start to deteriorate faster after that".

So apparently I look like I'm approaching 40.


**Not that there's anything wrong with looking 40, just not what you want to hear when you're only 27**

Monday, February 10, 2014

This baby is a mini music critic

Fynn loves music. She has since before she was even born. She used to boogie down in my belly any time music came on. That hasn't changed. What has changed is she has some very clear opinions over what we listen to these days. It started out funny... but some days it's just annoying.

When we're in the car I'll be flipping to find something to listen to and I'll hear a little voice from the back seat call out "no... nooooooo" anytime she's not feeling it. When we find a song she likes though? She sits there "conducting" the music. The other day she was feeling some Miley Cyrus... I'm mortified for her.

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Sunday Social

1. What is your favorite thing to watch on a girls night?
Girls night? I can't even remember the last time I had a girls night. Usually though it's a chick flick obviously, they're made for girls nights.

2. What is your favorite thing to watch on your day off?

All the shows I DVR that Drew hates watching: 

3. What is your favorite thing to watch when you’re sick?
See question 2- same thing

4. What is the last movie you saw in the theater?

This is pathetic... that last time I went to the movies was also the last time Drew and I had a date night... I think it was back in May or June... no seriously, we need to get out more.

5. What are your top three favorite movies or tv shows?

I always have a hard time with questions like this... depending on the day/week/my mood, my favorite movies or tv shows are always changing. So here's what I'm going with right now:

Friday, February 7, 2014

January Reads

Like the last several months,  I'm continuing to keep track of the books I'm reading this year, with a goal of at least 30 books to match the 30 books I expect my students to read this year... might as well lead by example! This past month I reached the halfway point of the goal which is perfect because we're halfway through the school year. 

14. The Paris Wife by Paula McLain

I picked this book because it came up on my Overdrive Media app and looked interesting. About a chapter in I discovered it's actually based on Earnest Hemingway and his first wife; how they met, their courtship and their marriage. It's told from her perspective and chronicles the early years of his writing career. Hemingway is desperately trying to make it as a writer. Living in Paris, he rubs shoulders with all the greats of the time period... before they made it big. While he's focused on his career, his wife, Hadley, is focused on being a wife and mother, and figuring out who she is in this new life.

I didn't know much about Hemingway prior to reading this book... I think I read something by him in college, but I'm not even sure of that. What I loved about this book was the dysfunctional relationship. I wanted to shake Hadley sometimes for letting things be that way, but at the same time you knew that she loved him too much to leave. After reading the book I discovered how accurate it was to events in their lives. I'm impressed by how McLain incorporated the historical facts with a compelling story. A great read and one I highly recommend. 

15. Between, Georgia by Joshilyn Jackson

I read another book by Joshilyn Jackson this summer and absolutely loved her writing style and the heart-wrenching stories she tells. This absolutely didn't disappoint. Nonny Frett was born to a teenage Crabtree and secretly adopted by the Fretts...families that have feuded with each other since before Nonny was born. Nonny is torn between the two families, and things get ugly when a random act of violence fuels the fire that has been burning between the Crabtrees and Fretts. 

What I love about Joshilyn Jackson's books is the way she weaves the stories of her characters and develops them. I'm currently reading another book by her that I'm absolutely loving. 

16. My Story by Elizabeth Smart with Chris Stewart

Fynn's babysitter was reading this one day when I went to pick her up. She said it was one of the saddest stories she had ever read. I had remembered the story of Elizabeth Smart back when it happened, and was curious to hear her take on what happened to her. When D finished, she loaned it to me. I read this book in about a week, I just couldn't put it down. Elizabeth describes what it felt like to be taken from your bed in the middle of night at knife point. How she never lost hope even while cabled to a tree up in the mountains with a psychotic "prophet" who raped her daily and his wife who resented Elizabeth for taking away her husband's attention. I'm amazed by how Elizabeth has dealt with her ordeal. While she claims to be fine despite never getting professional counseling, there's a part of me that is skeptical. How do you recover from 9 months of starvation, rape, torture and captivity? How do you ever trust anyone again? How do you sleep? How do you move on? This book was inspirational and heart-breaking at the same time.

17. Classroom Motivation by Eric M. Anderman and Lynley Hicks Anderman

Clearly this is a book for my grad school class. It's all about motivational theory and practice that can be adopted in your classroom to increase student motivation and better meet student needs. I like most of this book. The motivational theory piece is interesting, but what I really like are the concrete examples and suggestions. I've taken a lot from this book and am using some of the ideas in my classroom. 

What have you been reading lately? Any suggestions? 

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Thursday Thoughts

  • I wish I could drink coffee. The smell has always made me nauseous and if I can get back that it hurts my stomach... but oh how I could go for that daily caffeine fix.
  • Despite the cold weather, I really need to get back into a running/workout routine. I've gained about 5 pounds in the last 3 weeks... I eat too much crap to get away with inconsistent workouts and I'm too cheap to buy pants the next size up. Exercise it is.
  • Drew and I are obsessively watching Orange is the New Black lately. His brothers told him about it, and I figured it was worth watching again (I watched it over the summer). Second time around, even better. Only downside? We're almost done season 1, and season 2 is set to come out sometime in "spring 2014"... which means it could be months and months. Any Netflix suggestions that we need to watch? 
  • I'm also currently still watching Grey's Anatomy right now when I watch alone right now. Love it. 

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

4 down, 4 to go

I've finished 4 weeks of my 8 week grad school class... 4 more weeks of working my butt off and then I have a break from grad school work until July 2nd.

4 more weeks.

Let's do this!

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

I'm still scared of the night

source- I laughed... and then I realized it's true
I used to be a super, SUPER paranoid person. As in Drew and I slept with our bedroom door closed and locked. As in I checked the locks a million times a night and was convinced every single creak and bump was someone breaking in to do me in. 

After Fynn was born I got a little better about being scared of night time. Being up every 3 hours helped me realize that there actually isn't anyone in my house, and if there were I would hear them coming because there were I would hear them coming... they would trip over too many things scattered all over the floor and make a ton of noise. 

Last spring we started sleeping with our door open because we moved Fynn to her own room... I figured if I was putting her out there, I should probably be able to get to her quickly. Once we started using the woodstove this winter, we had to keep the door at the top of the stairs open to let the heat up... which meant everything was open, and I was actually okay with that. I wasn't as scared at night anymore. Yes, there would be nights when we heard odd noises and headed downstairs to investigate; checking every corner of the house with a flashlight... but those were becoming fewer and further in between.

Until recently. Lately I'm super paranoid. I'm back to hearing every single noise the house makes and being convinced my life is about to be over. I lay in bed at night listening carefully and it takes me hours to fall asleep. It's miserable, and for awhile I couldn't figure out what changed.
source- so not the point of this post, but funny nonetheless

And then it hit me. I watch too many shows/movies or read books where characters are offed or maimed... I have all these violent images and ideas trapped in my head... of course I'm bringing them out as I try to fall asleep. It makes perfect sense. Especially after reading Dark Places by Gillian Flynn... that book may have scarred me for life. I've also been watching Breaking Bad on Netflix lately, and that's not exactly rainbows and unicorns now is it?

Hard as it is, I'm trying to cut back now... watch things that are a little less gory, and I'm not going to read anymore Gillian Flynn books... while they're amazing and interesting and full of twists and turns... they're also very descriptive, that that's clearly not working for me. 

Monday, February 3, 2014

Help me! I need something to help baby's super dry skin.

I have super sensitive skin, so I spend most of the winter dry and itchy. It's not pretty, but I smear lotion on all over and deal.

Fynn though? Poor baby has my skin, but she's not dealing. She gets itchy and scratches and scratches. Sometimes she makes herself bleed after scratching so much. I know she's miserable, but nothing's helping so far.

Right now she sleeps with a humidifier and I lotion her up as much as possible. We also try to keep her covered up with onesies and footie pajamas to keep as little skin exposed as possible. 

It's not enough.

Tonight I spent 20 minutes at Target looking at all the baby lotions, but I didn't know where to start. I need some advice. What has worked for other people? Has your baby experienced this type of winter skin? What helped? I've heard great things about coconut oil, but I'm not sure where to find it.

Seriously, help a mama out! 

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Sunday Social

1. 4 Favorite bands you loved in high school
I may have been a teeny bopper:

2. 4 go to meals you’d love to learn to cook or can cook really well

I don't really cook unless it comes in a box or can be a bunch of ingredients tossed into the crock pot. I'm getting better, but cooking is so not my thing. 

3. 4 necessities to your daily life
My phone, warm socks, water bottle, and lip balm.

4. 4 makeup necessities you must have if you could only have 4 on
LOL... I wear moisturizer, foundation, and mascara... on a good day. I'm not a high maintenance girl in the least bit. If my skin is looking good, I'll just go with the mascara. If I'm looking to get all dolled up I might throw on some eyeliner or eye shadow... if I'm feeling ambitious. 
Overdrive- Love this- lets you download
free ebooks from your local library.

5. 4 favorite apps on your phone or iPad

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