Archive | June, 2012

Easy Beach Waves

30 Jun

Summer’s here and there’s no time to waste in the bathroom getting all dolled up for a day of fun in the sun. What’s a girl to do when she still wants to look amazing, but she also wants to put in minimal effort? Beach Waves are the answer.

Beach waves are super easy to achieve in your hair, and chances are, everything you need is already under your bathroom sink.

Things You Will Need:

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Sister and Thanks

27 Jun

I went out with my sister today!  We went to our favorite little bar and caught up on everything.  I love my sister, sometimes we just get so busy that we keep missing each other and before you know it, a month or so goes by and we haven’t seen each other once.

I also want to give everyone a heads up, I’m going to be really busy for the next week, so if I’m nor posting regularly, that’s why.  And also, by the way, in addition to all that, I just wanted to say that I super duper appreciate everyone who reads my blog.  It means a lot to me that you take the time to read my posts.  And to everyone who’s commented, below or on facebook, I appreciate it more than you.  It’s nice to have an audience.

Xoxo,

Beth

Penny Learned Roll Over!

26 Jun

Penny learned how to roll over.  I’ve been working on it with her for awhile.  She would do it, but it was very forced, you know?  She’d put her paws on my hand and kind of let me guide her over.  Today, (by the way: I’m freaking out like a mom on her daughter’s wedding day) I was sitting on the floor playing with her, trying to get her to do it for me, (she has sit and down so good!) and all of the sudden she did it.  I’m so proud of her!

I made a little video, but I can’t figure out how to post it here.  😦  Check it out here!

Watching the Future

26 Jun

“Today’s going to be a great day, today’s going to be a great day, today’s going to be a great day,” Tim told himself over and over again as he walked along the busy streets of Manhattan. “Today’s going to be a great day.” Tim had gotten into the practice of reciting mantras to himself as he walked to work. “Today is going to be a GREAT day,” he repeated with a little more enthusiasm, hoping he’d catch a little bit of it.

That’s when he spotted it; the crazy, homeless guy who chatted him up every day on his way to work. He was always rambling on about aliens and spaceships. I should never have tried smiling at him, Tim thought. That was my first mistake. I should have just walked on, ignoring him, pretending I couldn’t even see him, like everyone else. Why did I have to smile at him?

“Good day there, mister!” said the homeless guy. “Lovely weather, ain’t it?”

Tim nodded and walked a little faster, trying to get away.

“It was a day just like this that I arrived back here.”

Tim rolled his eyes.

“I still have the device you know. Time travelling, it’s risky business. Used to be recreational before they outlawed it, but it’s addictive you see?”

Tim’s walk slowed. Addictive?

“…butterfly effect and what not, can’t help it, can’t help wondering what things’d be like if they were differ’nt, so you go back you redo it, and after a while you can’t stop.”

Finish the Story…

Temecula Festival of Arts

25 Jun

So CJ and I went to Temecula’s Art Festival on Saturday.  We brought Penny.  It was her first big experience with lots of people.  And besides shaking the entire time, she was great!  Everyone kept stopping us and telling us how cute Penny was.  She got a lot of pets in the beginning, but towards the end of the night, we could see how uncomfortable it was making her, so we asked people to just admire her from a distance (hahaha).

There was a lot of great drawings done.  Are they called drawings if they’re chalk?  I’m really not familiar with art lingo.  Anyway, there was a lot to look at and a ton of people there to do the looking.  There was even giant mermaid jumping out of the concrete in one of the chalk creations.  I took a picture, but I think I was too tall for the 3D effect to work correctly…

Sorry for the blurry pictures!

 

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