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Calling all Friday favorites!

Favorite News Story: Y'all. If this story about window washers at a children's hospital, dressing up as superheroes to surprise the kids, does not melt your heart, we need to check for it's existence. So many good feels came over me scrolling through it.

Favorite Recipe Idea: Two ideas were featured by the lovely gals at LaurenConrad.com and what they came up with sounds incredibly appealing. Ready for this?...Veggie Cupcakes and Vanilla Protein Popcorn...So cool, I know! Now, I'll be real honest here, and say veggies and cupcakes do not usually go together. However, my infatuation thrives for this juxtaposition.

Favorite Sale: One of my top 3 spots to shop is Francesca's. And I can gladly say they are securely holding their spot due to the amazing sales they like to throw my way. On Tuesday, I was just minding my own business, scrolling Twitter when alas, a tweet advising that day only, there would be dresses on a good sale. So naturally, after perusing, I may or may not have made a couple purchases. And by may or not, I mean yes. A couple of the looks I am so excited about can be found here and here. I did not not pay any where near the price listed. BAM!

Favorite TV Show
: Finding Carter. Do it. just watch it. MTV has been stepping up their actual shows with a plot game and I am absolutely loving it. Between Awkward and now this one, man I am set. Be still 16 year old heart.

Favorite Blog Post from another sistah
: I adore many blogs and bloggers so this was a tricky but fun favorite to sort out. I shall go with a tale about summer camp from The Daily Tay. While there were many amazing posts throughout Blogland this week, I thoroughly enjoyed this one because I too went to summer camp and instantly felt transported back after reading Taylor's recap. Funny stuff! Do yourself a favor and head on over.

That's it for the week, loves. Have an awesome weekend, do a little, do a lot, have fun and tip your waitresses.

Til we meet again,
M

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