I went to the gym this morning, then straight to meet my friend Susan. (Don't say anything, you KNOW you have done it too. Stopping by the grocery store counts.)
Then I ran a couple of errands and started laundry and showered. So I reached for my new comfy cargo-ish Anthro pants, and a J Crew fishermans sweater I thrifted. I decided to take my leftovers and my kids to go visit Memaw. We hung out with her and got her other grandkids on Skype so she could see them and shared dinner with her.
My new watch came today, but I feel like I have messed it up. I thought the ribbon was turquoise- which is why I ordered it. And it is WAY big on my wrist. What do you think? It was only $9.95+$6.99 shipping, so am I thinking too much about this, or should I return towards something else I am watching? (Shoes!) I may be running up to Richmond with Allie soon.
As many of you know, I have very long hair, and it can be time consuming to fix. There are times where I would like to just put it in a bun and go, but I never could find a way to fix it that didn't pull on the top of my head, and give me a headache- besides a ponytail. I have looked everywhere for those chopstix thingies, but I can't find any. Well..... The other day I was in Target looking for a hairdryer (I can do some major damage to a blow dryer too!), and I was also looking at the hair stuff. I saw these twisty things that hold your hair without pulling, and no ponytail holder involved. (I looked it up, they are called the Spin Pin, by Goody) I tried it today and it was SO easy! I love them.
It comes with two pins, and you just basically ball up your hair and then twist one pin downward, and one upward. It holds firmly, but not tight.
Here is my OOTD: