On Wednesday, the other ladies and I posted 3 truths and a lie, with the promise to reveal the lie today.
So here is what I posted.
I spent more than one summer traveling hundreds of miles in the back of a VW minibus/van that makes Bron green with envy (See what I did there…) – This is true. So many memories of riding with the family in that thing with classic rock playing on the radio.
I’ve only lived in two states – Michigan and Minnesota. Midwestern girl, I am. – This is the lie. I’m still a Midwestern girl, through and through, but lived in a Wisconsin for a time when hubs had an internship there.
I don’t care for chocolate. I could take it or leave it. – Truth. Don’t hate it or anything. Just don’t crave it or love it.
One of my guilty pleasures is watching Lip Sync Battle. – Yes. Whether it’s on Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show or the show on Spike TV, I love watching Lip Sync Battle.
And there you go!
Happy Wednesday, lovelies. I’m taking a break from blowing my nose – it’s a full time job right now, people – and getting this post done. This week, we’re telling three truths and a lie about ourselves.
To make things a bit more interesting – anyone who correctly identifies which of the following statements is the lie will get their choice of ebook from my backlist. I’ll be posting the answer on Friday (3/15) Good luck. 🙂
I spent more than one summer traveling hundreds of miles in the back of a VW minibus/van that makes Bron green with envy (See what I did there…)
I’ve only lived in two states – Michigan and Minnesota. Midwestern girl, I am.
I don’t care for chocolate. I could take it or leave it.
One of my guilty pleasures is watching Lip Sync Battle.
The sickies have hit the Jarman household and it’s not a pretty sight. Not. Pretty. At. All. o.O
But it’s coming.
In the meantime, check out chapter three of Kris Norris’ phenomenal Red Sky Dawning. Just click the banner below.
This is going to be a fairly short post this week. Why? Because I have very few beauty products that are favorites. I have really, really sensitive skin – that has gotten even more sensitive in the past, oh, two years or so. I have yet to find a facial cleanser that does not make me feel like my face is on fire and in danger of falling off my skull – even the so called “for sensitve skin” products. Same goes for moisturizers. Which really sucks because my skin is dry too – I can play pictionary on it with my fingernail. It’s just sad.
BUT there are some things I have found that work for me, though, and have a permanent place in my life.
Coconut oil – Seriously, I love the stuff. So many uses and I definitely use it because it doesn’t make me hurt or make my skin break out. I use it as a eye makeup remover, hair treatment (sometimes with other things but it’s fabulous on its own), on dry, cracked skin in the winter, as lip balm in a pinch. And there are other uses, too, but those are hte big ones.
Aloe Vera Gel– Not the kind with any alcohol or coloring or all the things you can’t pronounce. The best is straight from the plant but if you use a good amount, hit Amazon and find some. It’s worth it. Aside from the wonderful healing properties of aloe vera, there’s a lot you can do with this stuff. Seriously, Google it. The big thing I use it for is “aloe packing”. Since my skin is so sensitive and try this has been a life saver (and you would never use the icky green gel that is full of chemicals and alcohol for this!) and I just started doing it. Basically, you put the gel on your face, and you wait for your skin to soak it all in, then you put on an other layer. You do this until your skin just won’t absorb anymore. It’s lovely and soothing.
Say Yes to Coconut Lip Balm – This is the lip balm I carry with me everywhere. I love it. And my lips thank me for it. Slow It Body Wash and Lotion – I discovered this whilst getting the hair ripped from my legs. A truely joyous experience. I don’t use this on my face, mind, but I love it for everything else. The first ingredient listed? Aloe. LOVE. It keeps my dry-ass skin hydrated and feeling smooth. And it really does seem to slow hair growth down. So win. These are products sold through European Wax Centers, and I’m not sure you can order online or anything. I just get mine when I endure the torture in the summers. (But I buy enough and still use even when I’m not waxing. It works and I’m not straying from it).
And that is it from me. I don’t really have any fave makeup – mostly because I suck at makeup so I rarely wear it.
Dont’ forget to check out the other gals’ posts. I know I will be…hoping to find some new favorites!
Brownwyn Green | Gwendolyn Cease | Jenny Trout | Jessica De La Rosa
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