I have so many things I have to share with you all, but today has been super busy! I should be on the road right now -- I am meeting up with a friend of mine in the U District. We grew up on Maui together, and I am so excited we live in the same state again! I am hoping to rally all of our local transplants who live here now, and paint the town red Hawaiian Style every so often:)
If you follow me on Twitter, then you know about my failures this morning:
I attempted a couple recipes, then altered another one -- let's just say they were ALL a no go! I ate one, plan to some how woof down the other not to waste such amazing ingredients, but seriously - no one was impressed, including myself!
I want to thank everyone who participated in the WearYMX Giveaway! If you missed the review, please read it here!
What a fabulous turn out! While I wish EVERYONE could have won this amazing long sleeved jersey, I want to encourage you all to take advantage of YMX by YellowMan Spread the Love Sale -- You can actually purchase this giveaway item, the Māori Swirl Sun Tee that is regularly $89 for only $25!! It is for a limited time though, and while supplies last, so if you want it -- go get it!
The very inspirational author of Words to Run By... Sara! If you don't already follow Sara's blog -- you need to! She is such a sweet heart, and we connected immediately. You can read about her story here and check out her lovely buttons!
I have several other giveaways up my sleeve to share with you all, so fret not -- in the mean time, remember those Handful Bra Entries are DAILY -- improve your chances of winning by clicking here and refreshing yourself on what to do to win THE BEST BRA EVER:)
I want to thank everyone -- old and new readers for putting up with my whimsical posts since November. While I used to post daily, and plan on returning to that M.O., it's been far and few between since this day.
We have a very important appointment February 13th, and 16th, and we are all praying for miracles upon miracles through our healing Father. After that appointment, I think I will be more inclined to share this devastating circumstance, and how my family has [tried to] stay(ed) positive and literally walk in faith. I know everyone has his or her own battles in life, and perhaps we can relate in some areas, so sharing is something I definitely plan on doing.