Things I Love Thursday: The 2021 Ford Bronco and Some Other Stuff that Won't Compare
And here is what I love.
Just sayin' if you come across a Facebook post requesting birthday donations to my favorite organization, don't be shocked when I choose "Erin's Bronco" as the recipient this year. It may or may not qualify as a tax deductible 501(c)3 organization, but I'll give you a free ride.
Alright. I'm just being dumb.
Here are the tried and true THINGS I LOVE
Click the PINK LINKS below to see if you love them, too.
If you scroll past Whimsytown from time to time on the IG, you've seen these before.
These were a Covid purchase. I'm not sure exactly how it went down, but in all likelihood I had a reasonable quarantine hissy fit, and just hit the buy now button because lifeisntfairanditsstupidsometimes.
Surely I regretted the tantrum. But not the earrings. Solid choice. Enough to liven up my hag chic' Covid uniform and take the spotlight away from the maskne zits that are currently cohabiting with my hormonal zits.
Double bonus: Etsy small business purchase. The best.
These past few months of weirdness have affirmed some things I knew about myself.
One. I need people. I was sad without them and cried like a baby during a birthday drive by parade because I was so happy to have human interaction.
Two. I need plans. Even if those plans are "wash hair."
And I need to write my plans down, or they just don't happen.
I have this agenda in a different design, and it's just fun and colorful and a little "extra."
But if I had to buy one today, I'd opt for this one with the BOOM BOX. Which happens to be what I called a Bluetooth speaker the other day.
Such a mom.
Just a good, unhealthy chicken recipe from The Pioneer Woman...although linked to the blog that I found it on via Pinterest. #supportablogger
Surprising to no one, mine didn't turn out to look much like this. But surprising to the entire universe, it tasted fantastic.
I feel kind of bad posting this because my love for Chick Fil A has a firm foundation.
So, let's just all pinky promise to only use this on Sundays when they're closed, k?
I have to be up front and let you know that this has never touched my lips because it's base is mayonnaise (AKA egg lotion), and I just can't stand it. So, what I actually love about this is that my children devour it and complain less about my cooking when this is available.
On Sundays. Only. Of course.
It's Walmart brand. Hence the cheap price, graphic design nightmare label and no-nonsense name.
Just get you some chicken, and DIP IT ALREADY.
Not a fan of the whole mask wearing thing. Not sure anyone will be sad to ditch those things when/if/please, Lord, this is all over.
But here we are. Might as well have a cool one.
Soft. Affordable. Pockets. Flowy. Lots of color options. Adjustable straps.
Happy Thursday, folks!
Curious...anybody try the Lemonade Spritzer from last week's post? What'd ya think?