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Keep smiling because life is a beautiful thing and there's so much to smile about -Marilyn Monroe

Fridayyyyyy, Friday. You ol' devil you. Thank all the happiness in the land for ya!

Let's KISS and go with a recap for some Friday Favorites of the week:

My man: Hunter is without a doubt one of the greatest people I could ever be blessed to have in my life and here's just a few reasons why(don't want it to go to his big beautiful head too much): he's comfortable to call my mom like he would his own and talk freely to her; he considers each of my friends a friend of his and laughs with them genuinely; he encourages my ambitions and offers insight when I ask and when I don't. He's not afraid to push me and that's okay because it's with intention, never malice and always supportive. Ugh, such mush, right? We'll leave it at that for now, like I said, no need to inflate too much.

Achievement and milestones: We are venturing into the land of home buying and considering the options. It feels good to know where we stand and reflect on all the hard work we've put into our life together to get there.

Apples: I cannot get enough granny smiths all the time but especially this week. They make me so so happy.

5k's: One of my gf's and I have committed to 2 of these treks per week and are off to the races, pun intended. I also signed up for a company 5k next month. What can I say? I'm a sucker for steady pace and race t-shirts.

4Rivers BBQ y'all: Our work catered for us today and let me just say mmmm mmmm mmmm good. Hold on, I'm also favoring wet naps for my greasy little paws this Friday.

My last favorite for this week is the sunshine. FL has been shining bright with a windy breeze and is truly in its finest form of the year. Blue skies, please follow me.


That concludes this week of blogging with muah. Please tip your waitress, put your shoes back on, and grab a virtual cupcake from me to you on the way out. Happy weekend!

Til we meet again,
M

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  1. Apples. Seriously, I eat at least one a day. Who says that saying isn't true. Do you ever eat the Honey Crisp apples? Next best thing to the Granny Smith. That and a little bit of peanut butter. Is that what heaven is like? :)

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  2. You know, I haven't tried the honey crisp, but I sure will add to my grocery list today! Apples are by far one of the best fruits EVER EVER.

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