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A Catch Up Collection

Hello Lovers!

I stepped away from blogging adventures due to having family in town to visit with and extra busy work commitments.  Damn it feels good to be gangsta an adult.

Alas, have no fear, I have taken pics of what I've been up to in order to come back to this lil'space sharing deets.  Because if you don't live life and then blog about it, did it really even happen?  Exactly!
One #ootd post, coming right up!  This would be a tale of pure luck in the regard that I got to work Thursday, looked in my planner to see what J'adore June's topic was, only to be more than prepared with my garden principessa look on deck.  I dig when that happens.  See what I did there?

Next up: family visiting.  Specifically, 2 of our nephews, our only niece, and one sister in law for me, straight up sister for Hunty.
This little lamb:::love sooooo big!  I was more than prepared to visit her with a bow in tow, pink nail polish on standby, and a cupcake with sparkles atop it.  After all, isn't that what little girls are made of?

These kids.  Pure joy is what they bring to any table.


 
 Principessa has the diva stare working.


Little bear ingredients: handsome, spunk, sweetener


Enjoy your Saturday love bugs!

Until we meet again,
M

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