What? Yesterday was National Junk Food Day… PS, funny story: Last week my husband and I made a healthy, delicious dinner and were patting ourselves on the back, when quietly my husband said, and I mean barely audible, “Today I stopped by Burger King and got the new Mac ‘n Cheetos.” I was stunned. Who is this man I married? But then he said they were really, really good, and the trashy version of me who resides deep in my bones yelled at me to try them. And I will. Soon.
Who wants a beach read? Or if you’re landlocked, a reservoir or man-made lake read (what up Hoosier friends?!). This might be it. It’s the story of a woman unexpectedly forced to choose between her husband she’s long thought dead and the fiancé who’s finally brought her back to life.
Happy Friday, lovelies. I’m off to Temecula today for a friend’s birthday weekend, and Steph… well, she’s in Colorado… visiting a *cough* veryspecialfriend…
Hola Campers! Hope you all had a great holiday weekend! For your budgeting pleasure, we’ve rounded up our favorite steals from Target’s shoe section this morning. Also useful – before you pop those tooties into open air footwear – is THE BABY FOOT PEEL. Best $8 you’ll ever spend. That little packet of what feels like fizz pops on your feet could turn Grandpa Bud’s calloused, normally-only-softened-via-a-belt-sander hooves into baby’s-bottom-soft feet. Trust us. (Grace Atwood does a helpful write-up on it here, but Steph just did this a few weeks ago and it’s not nearly as disgusting as everyone makes it out to be. Definitely more Elmer’s glue-like peeling than a snake shedding its entire self… and ps, the nightly soaking does help. So does hot yoga. And hers started peeling after the 3rd day and were all done and buttery soft after a week.)
Without further ado, here are the Target kicks we’re into right now – and btw, these are the summer shoes we most often wear each season. No need to spend a ton of $ – these are cute and comfy and will do just fine!: