Hi guys! I just wanted to quickly wish all of my fellow Canadians a very happy Canada Day! I hope that you enjoy any festivities that you partake in and that most of all that you stay safe.
Hi guys! Today I have a tag for you that I saw over on the lovely blog Classy on the Run! When I read her post I enjoyed it so much I just had to participate as well. I definitely recommend checking out her blog, it’s become one of my go-to blogs to read over the past year and always enjoy her posts.
How old were you when you first started wearing makeup?
I remember playing with makeup sets when I was probably between 8 and 10 to play ‘make over’ but I didn’t start wearing makeup ‘for real’ until I was in grade 7 so, 12 years old.
How did you get into makeup?
Like most girls my age, my first makeup products that I collected and wore were Lip Smackers when I was into those beginning when I was 8 I think. I hoarded them, I don’t think I really used up many of them but there were a few shades that were definitely favourites. There was a silver glittery one that I recall being particularly fond of. Continue reading
Hi guys! I thought I would take a step away from beauty and chat about my winter bucket list. Winter is always a season that I feel like I just sit around waiting for it to be over. The snow, ice and cold are not friends of mine. I often wonder why I live in a climate that makes my face hurt, but here I am! Anyways, I thought making a short winter bucket list would help me make the most the winter season. Continue reading
Hi guys! New year, new goals! I try to set some goals at the beginning of each year to make each one the most successful yet. 2016 was a year where I didn’t really meet as many of my goals as I would have liked to, but it was a personally very stressful year. I’m not sad to see it go, but I am optimistic for 2017. Let’s take a look at some of the goals that I am setting for myself this year.
This year, I want to try new makeup styles that challenge my skill level and are outside of my comfort zone. Though I enjoy the way I currently do my makeup, I want to start to add in new techniques and colours to see where that will take me.
My YouTube channel that I started last January went on a bit of an early hiatus. The reason for this was two-fold. First, my equipment set up, or lack there of, made the times I could film very limited. I needed the perfect amount of daylight and my husband around to run the camera for me so that I was centred. Each video was done blind, meaning, I couldn’t see myself to know if I was still in frame. This made for some frustrating editing sessions. Luckily, my new camera that I got for Christmas and the ring light that I’ll be setting up shortly will solve both of these issues. Secondly, with everything that went on in 2016, I just didn’t have the time to utilize the daylight that I did have. Once I have everything set up, keep your eye out for new videos!
In 2016 I set a goal to read a minimum of two books a month. For the most part, I was successful at this, there was only a few months that I fell short. I’d like to read three books a month (or the page equivalent of 3, some books are longer than others). Continue reading
Hi guys! I saw Happiness Highlights on two blogs that I read regularly, Stash Matters and Polished and Inspired and I loved the idea so much, I had to hop on the bandwagon too! Since I knew November was going to be an eventful month I thought it would be the perfect one to try this out with! My everyday life is pretty quiet, but through this task, I really thought long and hard about finding the happiness each day.
My husband got some really great work-related news, so we went out to the Caribou for dinner to celebrate! AND crab cakes were back on the menu and they were delicious! They did change them up a bit, they used to come with a spicy sauce, they have changed it up and have done a dill pickle tartare. I really enjoyed them, but I do still miss and prefer the original.
I finished reading I Let You Go by Clare Mackintosh! I haven’t been reading as much as I usually do so finishing this gave me a sense of accomplishment… plus it was a good read!
Went out for lunch with a co-worker to Cindy Loohoo’s as an early birthday outing! Their soup of the week was borscht and it was soooo good!
Finished watching Stranger Things with my husband, we really enjoyed it! Can’t wait for season two.
I can’t pick just one so I’m just going to recap my day… Went out for brunch with my husband and I tried the Brunch Poutine from Daytona’s. It was good but I still miss Made Fresh and their Breakfast Poutine (RIP 😢).
Then I went to watch my little brother play hockey and his team won! After that I went for dinner with my family to Chinese Express as an early birthday dinner. My sister spoiled me with some new makeup and the rest of my family spoiled me with a Sephora e-gift card so I partook in some VIB sale haulage.
Then finally, I went out with a few of my friends to celebrate my last moments of 26 and the first moments of 27! We ate some delicious wings and had a great time. Continue reading
Hi guys! The lovely Cat of MyLipAddiction.com tagged me to do the fall tag! If you haven’t checked out Cat’s wonderful blog or her podcast, they are both a must! She is a truly inspiring woman! I think I remember doing some kind of fall tag last year but this seemed different! And, new year = new answers!
What is your favourite Fall colour?
Like a deep dark orangey shade! Wrath from the Kat Von D Monarch Palette would be the colour I have in mind. Such a beautiful colour and you can find it so many places during the fall!
What is your favourite Fall lip product?
Hmm… Probably either Urban Decay 1993 or Colourpop’s Grunge! I love the brown lip trend we’ve seen the past two falls. I did a whole post on my top 5 lipsticks for fall so you can find swatches of these two beauties there!
What is your favourite Fall accessory?
Scarves! I wear them a lot in the winter too, but this is when I start busting them out and I get pretty excited about it!
What is your favourite Fall nail polish?
I have a Bath & Body Works Candle from last fall that I’m still working on, the scent is called Autumn and I’m in love with it! It really reminds me of hot apple cider.
What is your favourite Fall fashion?
Boots! Skinny jeans and boots is my favourite look to throw together!
What is your favourite Fall Starbucks drink?
My go-to Starbucks drink in general is a Skinny Vanilla Latte and I do favour that over the seasonal fall drinks. But, if I had to pick one of the ones that is more fall specific then it would have to be a Salted Caramel Mocha. I only really get those as a treat though.
What is your favourite thing about Fall?
Probably the colours. The changing colours of the leaves inspire me so much!
What are you being for Halloween?
You’ll find out in a few weeks 😉 I’ve changed my mind so many times, but I’ve finally decided and ordered a costume!
What is your favourite fall hairstyle?
I don’t really change up my hair seasonally to be honest so I don’t think I have an answer for this one!
I tag the following beauties for the Fall Tag:
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Hi guys! I saw the Adult Tag over on Helpless While Drying quite some time ago and instantly knew I had to do this tag at some point. I’ve had the link to her post sitting in my drafts for awhile so tonight I thought it was finally time to take a crack at these questions! Rachael of Helpless While Drying was also recently on the My Lip Addiction Beauty Podcast! So, if you would like to check out her episode (and I do recommend it!) you can find all the links here!
1 – How old are you and where do you live?
I am 26 (but very close to 27) and I live in Thunder Bay, Ontario!
2 – Where did you expect to be by this age?
I think I’m pretty much where I hoped I would be… married, house, car, surrounded by pets and working a full-time day job! Career-wise I guess I’m not where I thought I would be but, life happens and you roll with it. I’m in a field I never really thought about at all when I was younger so it’s not really a bad thing.
3 – Are you on track to where you want to be now?
I think so! I feel like goals change and adapt over time so it is so hard to say “I’m on track”. But, I’m happy and I don’t feel like I am missing anything in my life.
4 – What piece of advice do you wish people told you when you were young?
Hmm… that’s a good question! I can’t think of any advice that I wish I got earlier…
5 – What advice would you give to younger people now?
Do what makes you happy and don’t live your life based on what other people want or expect.
6 – Do you still suffer from FOMO?
Not really. I had to look up what FOMO means so I feel super old. Anyways, I’m pretty happy being a hermit to be honest, haha… Not that I don’t enjoy seeing my friends though. I definitely try to make an effort to go out and see them, but I don’t feel like I need to be out every weekend. I’m comfortable staying in if that’s what I feel like doing!
7 – What is your opinion on living at home vs moving out in your 20’s?
I don’t really have an opinion on it, I feel like people should do what is right for them. If you’re financially able to move out in your 20’s, go for it! If moving out will financially cripple you, don’t. I moved out when I was 19 and it thankfully worked out pretty great!
8 – If you could change something in your adult life right now then what would it be?
Hmm… I like my job, but it feels like a job so I count down to weekends and holidays. I would love to be doing something that is more centred around my hobbies/interests that doesn’t feel as much work. But, I’m comfortable where I am so I’m not really itching to leave either.
9 – Have you had any sudden realisations about life/relationships/friendships since hitting your 20s?
The older I get the more I value my close friendships. You start to realize that life isn’t about having the most friends, it’s about having a handful of super amazing close friends. People drift away, that’s just life. You really do learn who your real friends are though!
10 – Do you feel like an adult?
Yes and no. When I’m working my 9 to 5 job, taking care of my pets and paying bills, I sure do feel like an adult! However, when I’m driving around the city with my husband playing Pokemon Go with my husband as we track where the good Pokemon are, I question how much of an adult I really am… haha! But I wouldn’t change a thing.
I’m not going to tag anyone specific to participate in this fun tag, but if you do it, please leave me your links because I would love to read your answers!!
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Hi guys! Not to be repetitive but today we are going to talk about the American leg of my recent road trip! I wanted to do a beauty related post but I’ve been sick so I’ve been sleeping through all the day light/no one wants to see this face, trust me! I am feeling a bit better though so I thought I would sit down and write this post. If you missed the first half of my road trip recap you can find it here!
We left British Columbia bright and early to make our way to Seattle. It was only about a two hour drive but we wanted to get there somewhat early so we could do some sight-seeing.
We briefly stopped at one of the outlet malls on the way but we didn’t really buy much. The intent of our trip was more to see and experience things, rather than shop. And besides, we had been to Minneapolis earlier in August and did a huge shopping haul there!
Once we got to Seattle we checked into our hotel and decided to walk to the Space Needle as there was quite a few things we wanted to see in that area! The first thing we did was go up the Space Needle to get a view of Seattle, which was a beautiful sight to see!
After that we went to the Chihuly Garden and Glass which was so beautiful! The detail and the time it must have taken to make all of the pieces on display was truly amazing. If you’re in the Seattle area, I definitely recommend checking it out! It was a fairly quick walkthrough, but still worth it as you can see from the photo below.
Then, we went to the EMP Museum which was definitely one of the highlights of Seattle. That place is amazing! I can’t even begin to describe it but if you like any of the following, I suggest checking it out: music, fantasy, or sci-fi. They had a great area dedicated to Kurt Cobain which I found fascinating, they had so many items that belonged to him and the other members of Nirvana.
After that we walked around downtown trying to find somewhere to eat. Downtown was crazy busy as the last day of PAX had just ended so there was people everywhere. We didn’t know PAX was going on otherwise we probably would have tried to get tickets for that as after reading about it, seemed like something my husband and I would have enjoyed going to! We eventually found somewhere that wasn’t packed to eat, and the meal was okay but not memorable. I can’t even remember the name of the place we ate!
We didn’t have much time left the previous day so we decided to visit the Museum of Flight in the Seattle in the morning. It’s a good thing we did because we spent a LOT of time there. There were so many planes and exhibits to see. If you’re into space travel or air planes, I think you would enjoy going! But, be prepared to spend a long time there!
After that, we started making our way to Missoula, Montana which is where we were spending the night before continuing on to Yellowstone National Park. We got there super late so most places were closed, so we ended up eating Taco Bell in our hotel room for dinner, which was okay by me! I never get Taco Bell as there are none near me.
We got up early the next morning and started making our way to Yellowstone National Park which spans through a little bit of Montana, but mostly Wyoming. We got there in the afternoon so we were able to start sight-seeing right away. There was so much wildlife roaming around because the landscape is a little more open than the national parks I had been to in Alberta. We saw quite a few elk, bison, big horned sheep and baby black bears while driving through the park. It’s a HUGE national park so there is so much to see. We didn’t get to see it all, but we made sure we saw as much as we could.
The first day we mostly went to the areas where they have lots of thermal activity so we saw quite a few geysers and hot springs! Some notable ones were the Fountain Paint Pot, Great Fountain Geyser and Old Faithful. We waited to see Old Faithful erupt and it was amazing! It generally shoots 14,000 to 32,000 litres of boiling water 106 to 185 feet into the air. It did this for a few minutes while we sat there awestruck.
After that we ate probably one of the worst meals of the trip (while Yellowstone National Park is absolutely stunning, the park runs all of the restaurants within it, so food quality leaves a lot to be desired) and then went back to our camp site to go to sleep. This was probably one of the coldest nights on the trip, but thankfully by this point we were pros at staying warm, since camping in Alberta was pretty cold too!
After struggling to leave the warm cocoon I had made myself in the tent, we got up and saw a few more sights before leaving Yellowstone National Park. We went to see Artist Point and Grand View which are lookouts to see the canyon which were absolutely beautiful. We also went to see the Petrified Tree and did the scenic drive at Mammoth Hot Springs.
After that we started the long drive to Rapid City, South Dakota. Once we got there we checked into our hotel and went for dinner at Kōl. While the service was a bit slow and a little odd, the food was great! What I mean by odd is that they seemed to bring out food as it was ready so we got our pizzas (main course) a few minutes before our appetizer. But, at least the food was great!
Before leaving Rapid City, we had to go see the sight that brought us to that area in the first place, which was Mount Rushmore. It’s only about 20 minutes out of Rapid City. We got there fairly early so it was pretty quiet there but we didn’t stay long as it was very cold and rainy outside. But, it stopped raining long enough for us to get a picture.
After that, we didn’t stick around and started driving to Minneapolis which is about a 8.5 hour drive. When we got there we went straight to the Mall of America so that I could make a quick stop in Sephora and then have dinner at our favourite restaurant there, Tucci Benucch. We weren’t that hungry so we just had a few appetizers, the calamari there is amazing!
At this point we were ready to go home and spend some much needed time with the dogs and bunny so we got on the road fairly early. The drive from Minneapolis to Thunder Bay is about 6 hours and it’s a drive we are very familiar with so it went by pretty quickly. There was a lot of construction in Minneapolis so leaving was a bit of a challenge but once we were on the road it was smooth sailing!
And… that was our trip! We put about 8,700 km on the car during this trip and loved every minute of it! I’m so glad we did this road trip and although I wouldn’t do the whole thing again, there are some places I would definitely revisit. Banff and Jasper are high on that list, as well as it would be nice to see the rest of Yellowstone National Park!
Hopefully I’ll be feeling better and be back with some beauty related posts soon! Until then, what is the most beautiful thing you have seen while travelling? Let me know in the comments down below!
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Hi guys! As you may know, I just wrapped up a road trip across Canada (well, to the west coast from Ontario anyways). I thought it would be fun to give you a snapshot of some of the things my husband and I did as well as share some pictures. We drove home through the United States so I’ll be posting that leg of the road trip separately.
Our first day on our road trip was spent driving to Brandon, Manitoba. We opted to drive a bit longer as opposed to going to Winnipeg to maximize our days and decrease the driving time to Calgary. This drive was approximately 9.5 hours. Once we arrived we set up our tent at Turtle Crossing and went for appetizers at Joe Beeverz. Literally the most “Canadian” place I have ever been. Saw a big sign advertising Coleman Hell performing in Brandon which was pretty cool. Always great to see him doing well!
Next up was the longest drive for the Canadian leg of our trip to Calgary, Alberta. This was approximately 10.5 hours. We did stop in Regina, Saskatchewan so that we didn’t totally by-pass the province. We spent an hour exploring the Wascana Centre Park.
Once we were back on the road we drove straight to Calgary minus one stop to refuel our Tim Hortons supply. I never sleep in the car but… driving through the prairies is a bit uneventful. I partook in a nap or two during this drive.
Once we arrived in Calgary we checked in at our hotel and headed off to the Calgary Tower to enjoy the view from the observation deck and enjoy a lovely dinner in the revolving restaurant. Note to self: revolving restaurant = slight motion illness. Dinner was delicious though!
We stayed in Calgary for a short while to explore the Calgary Zoo. It’s a very nice zoo and one of the highlights was watching Tiger Training! I enjoyed the indoor exhibits as it was very cold that morning.
After that it was time to head to Banff, Alberta! This was one of the parts of the trip we were both really looking forward to. The mountains and just the scenery in general is breathtaking. If you haven’t been to Banff, I highly recommend it.
Once we got there we set up camp at the Johnston Canyon Campground and headed into town for dinner. We enjoyed a yummy steak dinner at the Saltik Steakhouse and then went up the gondola to get an amazing view of the area. Simply breathtaking. After that we went to the Banff Upper Hot Springs to take a quick dip and relax before heading back to camp to sleep.
We started our day by packing up our camp site (the “instant tent” proving itself to be a worthy purchase) and took a hike to see the upper and lower falls at Johnston Canyon. Definitely worth the hike and the views were incredible.
After that we drove around Banff to see some other viewpoints like Bow Falls, Surprise Corner and Hoodoo’s Lookout. We also went to Lake Minnewanka which was full of beautiful scenery and rocks to sit and enjoy it. Then it was off to Lake Louise where we set up camp again.
We were ahead of schedule so we went to see the actual Lake Louise and walked around it. Then went to see Moraine Lake which was for me, definitely a highlight. It was so calm and the most amazing shade of teal. It was much quieter than Lake Louise and, I’m using this word a lot, breathtaking.
We woke up early to take down camp again and to head to Lake Louise to hike to the Lake Agnes Teahouse. The hike is approximately 3.4 kilometres up a mountain. It’s quite steep and considered a moderate level hike. If you’re out of shape like I am it’s a bit torturous. I didn’t think I would make it, I thought either my legs or lungs would give up. But we made it! The tea house is quite impressive. It has no running water or electricity so supplies are helicoptered in at the beginning of the season. Any fresh food is hiked in by the staff. They also bring down their waste by hiking the trail as well.
Once we finished our tea and hike (downhill is so much easier) we started our drive to Jasper, Alberta. There is a lot to see between Lake Louise and Jasper so the 3.5 hour drive likely took closer to 6 hours. Some highlights are the various random viewpoints on the Icefield Parkway, the Glacier Skywalk, Sunwapta Falls and Athabasca Falls. So many beautiful sights to see! After that we set up camp in Jasper and went for dinner before calling it a night. One more note before we move on, we walked up to the Columbia Icefield since there is a place to park and walk up if you don’t want to pay to do the tour. If you live somewhere where you regularly see ice in the winter, you could easily by-pass this. My legs were done from the morning hike so I didn’t find the walk up worth it. It’s a glacier which is neat but really to the eyes it is an icefield.
Before we left Jasper we went up the skytram to get a beautiful view of the mountains and Jasper itself. We weren’t sure if we would want to since we went up the gondola in Banff but I’m so glad we did. We didn’t hike up to the summit as we were pressed for time and our legs were sore from the previous days adventure but I would do it when (not if!) we go back.
We also drove out to Maligne Lake which was further than we thought it would be. If we had more time I think a boat tour would enhance the experience. The mountains surrounding it make it pretty so boating through that would be amazing, but we just didn’t have time.
Then it was time for another long drive as we were making our way to Kelowna, British Columbia to enjoy the Okanogan Valley, home of the wine trail. This drive was about 7 hours and I partook in another car nap. Alberta sure tired me out! Once we got there we checked into our hotel and enjoyed some takeout pizza from Antico Pizza before calling it a night.
It was finally the day I had been anxiously awaiting… wine day in Kelowna! We started the day with a 11 am tour at Quail’s Gate. Almost didn’t make it on time as a portion of the road where the wineries are was closed due by the RCMP due to some kind of incident. The details surrounding it are a bit fuzzy but the road opened up again a few hours later. The winery was very nice, the tour was very casual and involved tasting some wines. This is where I tried ice wine for the first time and fell in love. I also tried their Old Vines Frosh wine which they called their “big boy” red and it had a smoky flavour to it. I was skeptical but actually enjoyed it enough to take home a bottle.
Next we had some lunch before heading back to the trail to stop in for tastings at the Hatch and Beaumont Family Estate. The Hatch was enteraining, the employees all seemed to have a sense of humour and the place had a hipster vibe. I picked up another bottle of red wine here. Beaumont was a smaller winery but they had some great wines to try. I got a second bottle of ice wine and we picked up a bottle of white wine. Since we are red wine drinkers we never really enjoy white wines but Beaumont’s Trio impressed us.
The last stop on our wine adventure was Mission Hill Family Estate. We did the Legacy Tour here and I am so glad we did. They were a lot more generous with their samples and we enjoyed a walk through their amazing vineyard and went to see where they age the barrels of red wine. The estate is beautiful and full of amazing art pieces. Each wine we tried was paired with a complimentary canapé which was a nice touch. Our sommelier, Erica, was knowledgeable, down to earth and friendly. All the wines we tried were great, highlights were their Compendium and Oculus. We didn’t end up bringing any wine back though as our favourites were quite pricy and I enjoyed our less expensive purchases just as much. If you go to Kelowna though this tour is a must!
We ended our day with dinner at La Bussola which is an Italian restaurant in downtown Kelowna. It was delicious and a great end to the day. After that we had a very early bed time as we were both exhausted.
We left Kelowna first thing in the morning after our marathon sleep. The drive was about 3 hours. We got into downtown Vancouver later than anticipated so we didn’t have much time to explore. We did a really quick walk around Gastown and a bit of Stanley Park before we went for dinner at the Cactus Club. The calamari and short rib pappardalle were amazing!
We started the day bright and early to head up to Whistler. It ended up being pretty foggy and over-casty but we ended up enjoying the regular gondola and the peak2peak one. The peak2peak was pretty neat, it holds the world record for the longest free span between ropeway towers. The ride itself was about 11 minutes. We didn’t wait around for the glass bottomed one as they only have two and wasn’t worth the wait. The glass bottom was a small portion of the middle that looked like it was blocked off by metal poles and when we went past the people in those ones they were looking out the window like everyone else anyways!
After we were done at Whistler we went to the Capilano Suspension Bridge. I’d been a few years ago but my husband hadn’t been since he was a kid so he wanted to go. We both found it overpriced for the experience which kind of ruined it. I think going once is enough. It is a neat experience though if you haven’t done it. They also have a tree top walk and a cliff walk that are worth checking out while you are there.
Our last day for the Canadian leg of our road trip was definitely one of the highlights as we drove to Steveston to do some whale watching. I’d wanted to go whale watching for a longtime so I was really looking forward to it. We had to do some searching but we eventually found some transient killer whales. They estimated that we likely saw about 17 as they could identify some of the pod and are familiar with the family members who swim together. It was amazing seeing them in their natural habitat.
We also saw some stellar sea lions, seals and some harbour porpoises. Seeing the younger sea lions reminded me of the sea lions in Finding Dory. If you’ve seen it, you’ll probably know what I mean.
After that we enjoyed a few drinks on a patio before leaving Steveston and ending our final activity in British Columbia.
Phew! We packed a lot into this trip but that’s our style of travelling. We don’t really sit around much when there is so much to do and see. Stay tuned for the American leg of the road trip which will be up shortly!
What was your favourite road trip or tourist attraction you’ve ever done? Let me know in the comments down below! After doing this, I definitely want to take a road trip to the east coast in a couple of years but before that we will probably go back to Europe or do some other further travel. There’s so much we want to see and do!
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Hi guys! I saw this tag over at Classic Maggie and thought it looked like so much fun that I had to give it a whirl myself! I highly recommend checking out her post if you want to learn more about the fantastic Nicole of Classic Maggie!
1. What brings you the greatest joy? My husband, friends, pets and family! Oh, and watching a rabbit “binky”. It’s the most amusing and greatest thing to watch…
Bunnelby approves of her new kennel!
2. What are your vices? Online shopping (particularly for makeup), procrastination and greasy food.
3. What is on your nightstand? Books, my phone and cuticle oil.
4. Do you have a secret talent? Hmm, I honestly don’t think so!
5. What is your greatest indulgence? Pasta! I loooooove pasta. When I went to Rome I practically lived off of it.
6. What should everyone try at least once in their life? I’m with Nicole on this one and I have to say, travel! Whether it is within your own country or to another country, it such an amazing experience. I try to travel somewhere near each year!
7. What makes you laugh? So many things, I’ve got a pretty good sense of humour! I love a good meme, always appreciate sarcasm and I always love hearing a funny story.
8. What is one thing people would be surprised to know about you? I’m a major over-thinker. It’s not as bad as it used to be but I used to keep myself up at night over-thinking.
9. What is on your bucket list? Travel the world (I’ve got a fairly lengthy travel bucket list, maybe I’ll do a post on just that!), see as many of my favourite musicians perform and go to Comic-Con in San Diego, to name a few.
10. What is on your feet right now? Nothing! I’m inside my house.
11. How did you make your first dollar? Probably random chores around the house! I think it was to earn money to buy Spice Girls bubblegum to collect the stickers, haha!
12. What superstition do you believe in? Full moons evoking madness… I definitely notice a difference at work. Also, “knock on wood” is another one I regularly partake in.
13. What items in your closet do you wear the most? Jeans!
14. What is the best gift you’ve ever received? Hmm, probably my engagement ring. I was so surprised when I came home to find my husband on one knee and I will treasure that ring forever. It’s exactly what I had always had in mind. He did good!
15. What is on your liquor shelf? If you saw my liquor shelf you would think I had a problem… My drink of choice is merlot though.
16. What is on your kitchen counter? The usual stuff… spice rack, fruit bowl, Keurig Coffee Maker and so on 🙂
17. What would you never leave home without? My phone and wedding rings, I feel naked without those, and I guess my wallet is an essential too!
I tag anyone who would like to participate in the Get to Know Me Tag! Link me your posts if you do it, I love reading these kinds of posts!
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