Yesterday, I had the best post ever for my Blogging Tips series I share on Mondays. I worked on it for two hours and I was so proud. Then, I went to save it and for some reason, WordPress logged me out AND I LOST EVERYTHING.
I was devastated.
I couldn’t bring myself to rewrite it. I worked so hard on it and I just knew I wouldn’t be able to rewrite it the same way again. So, I just decided to walk away from the computer until I cooled down. Otherwise, I might have been stuck with one less laptop after throwing it across the room. Lesson learned-always write posts in Word first. Or, have plenty of backup computers to use after smashing the one I’m typing on at the time. 1. My daughter hit me up for a photo session over the weekend. I said if her boyfriend trimmed my tree, they had a deal. They borrowed a friend’s old car, so we went downtown for an urban look. We had a good time and it made me want to get back into taking couple’s photos.
I’m still a romantic at heart.
2. I’m still on a “fall” hunt. We bought pumpkin flavored marshmallows, caramel apples, toasted marshmallow scented air fresheners, and fall decorations for our shelves. I also got two boxes of fall inspired treats.
Which I’m giving away this week!
I like candy corn inspired things.
4. Our bathroom needs major remodeling, from the ceiling to the floor and everything in between. I like to look on Pinterest for ideas and would love to have a bath like this and this. By miracle, the hubby helped this weekend. He’s kind of a pretty boy who doesn’t like to get his nails dirty. Yeah, I didn’t marry him for his handyman abilities. He got as far as redoing the ceiling, then said I was on my own.
Looks like I’ll be shopping for some pink tools this week.
5. Speaking of the hubby, he has decided to pick up a second job for extra spending money. He will be working weekends, so Emily and I will have girl’s day out probably every Saturday. It’s not like we didn’t like him going with us., it’s just a bit more fun shopping for clothes and makeup without a guy along.
Or, to know what we bought.