Things That Make Me Say Yeay

Friday, March 16, 2012

I finally ordered a new MedicAlert bracelet. It says I am type 1 diabetic on the back. So important to have. It will become part of my permanent wrist party no matter what outfit I am wearing. Now that I am looking at this picture I think I might be wearing it upside down...?

The cutest little desk for Max's new big boy room, which was gifted to him and refinished by my sweet Aunt.

Having my esthetician license has its perks. I have access to all sorts of fancy smancy skin care products...but this $6 a tub Indian Healing Clay (that anyone can purchase) is my weekly go to beauty treatment. I mix it with a little apple cider vinegar and the results are pretty awesome.

One of my favorite Dr. Seuss quotes framed for baby Ronin's nursery. Pictures of the nursery coming soon. I am so excited with how it is all coming together.

Baked parsnip fries. A regular weekend request around my house.


Hope you all have a wonderful weekend! If you celebrate St. Pattty's Day have a green beer or two for me :)

22 comments:

Alli from Life on LeRoy said...

Alright, I think I'm ordering that clay mask today :) Thanks for the tipsky! Have a great weekend!!

Tonia L said...

I love that desk and quote! I hope you have a fun weekend!

Audrey Leighton said...

Such lovely photos, thanks for sharing :)
xx

Be Frassy

colleen said...

you always have the best skin tips - thank you!

the balanced libra said...

so glad about the bracelet! Adore the chair! Those "fries" are calling my name!

Allison said...

I recently got an old desk and refinished it for my 4 year old. http://allison-itsmylife.blogspot.com/2012/02/my-thrifty-find.html

Anna Elder said...

Love it all - congrats on the bracelet. So important to have. How cute is that desk?? Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Sami said...

Have you ever considered getting a medic alert bracelet from Lauren's Hope? I ordered mine from them, and I LOVE it because I can interchange the bands! Being a crafty person, I just make my own bracelets to go with it, which I'm sure you could do as well :)
http://www.laurenshope.com/category/87/medical-alert-jewelry-medical-id-bracelets-for-women

Alexa said...

I'll have a couple of green beers for you! Can't wait to see the nursery and that medicalert bracelet is pretty nice. I mean thank goodness it's not in some tacky plastic or something. :) Have a great one Lindsay!

Hilliary@ Happily Ever Healthy said...

That quote is great! Such a great bracelet, so important to have! And love the desk for Max's room! Happy Friday, have a wonderful weekend!

marie said...

We had the same little school house desk growing up, I wonder what happened to it.

Caroline said...

I've heard fantastic things about that clay - the apple cider mix in sounds like icing on the cake! Max's desk is so adorable!

Your medic alert bracelet actually reminds me of the Tiffany chains that have become so popular these days. Stylish and practical!

Lindsay said...

Oh, that desk is so adorable! And I absolutely love that quote! These posts of yours are some of my favorite of the week!

katie. said...

cute desk! and i love that clay mask :)

Jamie said...

I absolutely love that Dr. Suess quote, it must look so adorable in your nursery! Your blog always inspires me to live a joyful and happy life, thanks so much!

Joana said...

I've been eyeing that Indian Healing Clay. Please do a review on it. :) Thanks!

Simply LKJ said...

That little desk is adorable! And, love the Dr. Seuss quote. Parsnip fries...will have to try those!
Your medic bracelet is pretty, and I think the way you have it makes it easier for the person looking at it to understand what it is (that's the point right???).

Charlotte said...

Wow! I didn't know that was a medical bracelet at first. It looks pretty snazzy.

Epicurea said...

absolutely love the parsnip fries. will try soon!

Lexi said...

I think you've just inspired me to put back on my medicalert bracelet -- health-conscious arm party here I come!
♡ Lexi
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Jessica @ O. Alouette said...

Love your blog and all your wonderful skin tips! Is the Aztec clay similar to the French green clay? That's what I'm using now but I'm about out so I may try the Aztec clay - it sounds like it has about the same effect.

Melinda said...

I use that same Indian clay with the ACV and it does amazing things for the skin!

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