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This was an interesting weekend.  We got a really, really nice desk from someone at Mom & Dad Cuff’s church.  They dropped it off Saturday morning, and Matt assembled it yesterday.  I’ll take pictures tonight and post them.

We got our income tax return, yay!  We set half aside for a rainy day, and then we went and got some things we needed, like a DVD player, speakers for the computer, and a wedding ring for me.  It’s being sized, but I should get it in two weeks.  I’ll post pictures then. 

I got this topcoat from Essie.  It’s called “Good to Go!”  It’s supposed to be one of the fastest drying top coats on the market.  Actually, I’m rather impressed.  My nails were dry within an hour, when it normally takes like, 3-4 hours to get a really HARD dry.  It was $10, but I think it’s worth it!

I’ve been experimenting with self-tanner.  I know.  Lame, right?  But my pasty white legs were bothering me, and honestly, with my family’s history of cancer, I’m not willing to risk a natural tan.  I tried Banana Boat self tanner, and it doesn’t have quite as awful a smell as most self tanners, but it DID streak a bit.  I’ll play with it a little more, but I’m not sure this is a winner.  I actually had to wear pants today because my calves look terrible!

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Weekend

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This weekend was mostly with Gina.  On Saturday, we got a quote for the rentals for her wedding, then we booked her DJ.  We got shepherd’s hooks for her wedding at Jo-Ann’s (much cheaper than I thought they would be!), as well as Styrofoam balls to make paper flower pomanders.  These will line the aisle for the ceremony.

 

On Sunday, I came down, and we had an intensive wedding planning afternoon with Gina’s future mother-in-law and aunt-in-law.  We got the budget hashed out for what still has to be done, as well as duties for prep the day of the wedding. Organization is key to making sure everything stays on track!

 

Matt has been sick with a cold, but he went to gaming on Saturday.  Yesterday he had homework to do, plus he talked too much at gaming and lost his voice.  He is in class today for his sheet metal apprenticeship.  He’s been working in LA installing ductwork.  This job is supposed to last at least five more weeks, Lord willing!