Things I Love Thursday: Overalls and Pie
If you're an organizing freak like myself, these are a traveling must.
I'm not sure how they're so magical, but it's as if you open up a clothing portal or something when you start cramming your garb into the abyss of these things. And then they fit into your bag or suitcase like a game of Tetris, and it's just a real thing of beauty.
Ever leave the hair salon and think, "Gosh, my hair won't feel or look this good until the next time I walk out of here." And then you pray it doesn't rain, that you don't sweat, that no one comes within a foot of your head, and that you sleep motionless like Snow White as opposed to your typical nocturnal wrecking ball self.
I thought it was the shampoo and conditioner that I'm too cheap to buy. But no.
I'm not a good hair washer. Like I'm a failure at lathering.
Hmmph. I'm blaming Covid. And childbirth. And virtual school.
Saw this brush on Amazon. Was intrigued. Bought it. Like it.
Especially on dry shampoo days. Really gets in there and gets stuff done.
Sometimes Nash rolls in deer poop.
There. I said it.
On those days, he gets a full on bath.
On the other days of general dog funkiness, he gets a few pumps of this in his perfect locks of canine love, and he smells as precious as he looks.
This was a pleasant surprise. I'm a southern girl and I like real peaches.
Not peach rings. Not a peach popsicle.
But this is tasty. Maybe it's the clementine? I don't know. But it's a great Summer drink to sip while you sit on the porch and holler at your kids to put their shoes on because a neighbor posted a copperhead pic to Facebook this morning.
For someone who doesn't commit crimes (at least not on the regular), I spend a fair amount of time contemplating my death row meal.
This is, at minimum, an honorable mention.
Few ingredients. No bake. Easy peasy. Crowd pleaser.