You don't want to be one of those people that others snicker at, do you? Well, read on and find out how you can look great all the time. You too can find new ways to dress.
Don't just go out and try anything; find something that flatters your body and face. Take a friend or a second opinion with you to help make sure you don't get things that are unflattering or clash with your personality.Go home, try some new clothes on. Make sure you are happy with the choice and won't regret anything.
Choose clothes for the occasion/setting you plan to wear them in (don't overdress or under dress). Consider how long a certain outfit will be in style. Don't spend a ton of money on fads that will look ridiculously outdated within a few months. Basic items can be worn year after year, and can be teamed with a trend piece. Before you decide on anything, ask yourself if the items you plan to buy go with anything in your current wardrobe or what you plan to wear them with. Remember that no piece of clothing looks great on every person, so don't assume that you'll look like how another person does. Don't buy something that you don't like. Too many people buy clothes that might be comfortable/slimming, but they know they don't look good. Look around more and try to find clothes that are flattering and that you like as well.
Get clothes that go with you and look good, and not baggy old clothes.
Make sure your clothes are not too colorful and bright, but avoid dull clothes, too. Aim to dress to suit your body, personality and mood. Make sure clothing skims your body, but is not tight to the point where your skin bulges out. Wear the right undergarments. unless you want them to be seen, wear nude under white clothing (white bras and panties show unless your clothing is lined) and wear smooth bras under tight tops; also watch out for panty lines. Accentuate the positive, conceal the negative (using colours, textures, etc).
Watch out with accessories. If the outfit is flashy, it's best to go easy on the rest.
Avoid Becoming a Fashion Victim
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
You don't want to be one of those people that others snicker at, do you? Well, read on and find out how you can look great all the time. You too can find new ways to dress.
Posted by Jane at 6:30 PM
Monday, June 29, 2009
Being chic is not about the most fashionable clothes, it's about what makes you feel comfortable and what style suits you.
1. Choose what suits you. A long skirt on someone who is tall looks really nice, but if you are only 5 feet tall it will look really silly.
2. Style your hair in a classic style. If your hair is long you can leave it loose or in an up do.
3. Wear clothes that will stand the time of fashion.
4. Try on lots of clothes before you go out.
5. Put on accessories that match a key color in what you are wearing. If you have a red shirt on and a black skirt put on a red necklace, earrings, and bracelet. Team this with a red bag and red shoes.
One black dress can be given lots of different styles with different colored belts and necklaces. Have a collection of different colored necklaces, earrings, bracelets, belts and shoes. All sizes and colors of bags too, because you can lift an outfit with a bag.Don't over accessorize! You will look tacky, not chic.
Posted by Jane at 4:03 PM
Make Homemade Shower Massaging Cream
Saturday, June 27, 2009
This massaging cream is simple and easy to make. If you've got sore knees, you can use this. But this is only to be used when you're having a bath, so that you can wash it off. Follow these instructions so that you can have some in no time!
1. Wash your hands. You always have to wash your hands before you do anything with soap.
2. If you have one of those shower cream containters that you can push down, push it about twice (you have to make a little bit at a time). If you don't have one of those, pour a small circle of soap as big as a 50 cent coin into your hand.
3. Rub your hands together. Rub, rub, rub until it creates this creamy soapy stuff that's really white.
4. Use one hand to scoop all of the cream out of the other hand, then wash the hand you just scooped out of (not the one you used to scoop, since that has the cream on it).
5. Use your clean hand to get a spoon and scoop up the cream in your other hand and put it into your box or the thing you're going to use to put your massaging cream in.
6. Follow the same procedure as many times as you like until you are happy with the amount of massaging cream.
7. Place it next to your other soap and things in your shower. Massage those sore knees!
If you don't want to use that much of massaging cream, just do it until the scooping cream out of one hand part, split your small amount of cream in 2, half in each hand, and then massage your knees.Don't let much water get into your cream container--it will make it soapy and it doesn't have as much effect.
Posted by Jane at 2:09 PM
Ya Gotta Love It!
Friday, June 26, 2009
Who does not love music? Maybe you don't , but I do. Everytime I am down and out, I turn on my PM3 and pop that ear piece in my ear and just go with the music flow. or go for a walk with your MP3 on. Music help with the stress, well it depend on the music you listen too.
Posted by Jane at 2:30 PM
Wear a Halter Dress
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Celebrities and divas alike turn to the halter dress for that glamorous look. We all know that it is one of the sexiest formal dresses around. The halter dress style consists of two pieces of material that tie or are sewn behind the neck.
1. Choose your style. Several variations exist, including a knot-front halter and the very popular look where the straps tie behind the neck.
2. Consider straps. They can vary in size from spaghetti-width to wide. Some halter straps are adjustable, others provide elastic for added comfort.
3. Understand Halter dress's call extra attention to the upper half of your body. This includes your shoulder, face, and bust. An added advantage of this style of dress is it draws unwanted attention away from hips or legs.
Skip a necklace when wearing a halter style dress. It just becomes too "busy" at the neckline. If you are going for an extra glam look, opt for long earrings and pulled up hair. Make sure no bra straps are showing.
Avoid dresses that are way too short or way too tight. A smaller size actually makes you look bigger. Halter dresses that are extremely exposing and that don't have enough fabric around the bust do not flatter large busted women.
Posted by Jane at 8:29 PM
Perky Blogger Award & You Make us Smile
Friday, June 19, 2009
Visiting blogs sometimes can be very interesting. There are blogs that it can make you upset when you read the articles that the author wrote, and there are blogs that can make you really smile and make you warm when you set into that blog.
I would like to thank a great friend , who passe me this wonderful award and glad to let him know, that his blog make me smile. Actually all of his visitors make them smile. Thank's David Funk for passing me this award. I truly appreciate it and the frienship.
Posted by Jane at 2:59 PM
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Endurance training and racing requires quite a commitment from athletes ... the commitment is for time and money ... they put up with pain, they eat for the event and buy supplements that cost a bundle ... their equipment is specialized to their events (shoes, high performance clothing, bikes, skis, wet suit, heart monitor, exercise equipment, etc., etc.) Some of the athletes are in the professional ranks, but most are age-groupers. Why do the age-groupers do it?
Posted by Jane at 2:04 PM
Avoid Bad Relationships
Friday, June 12, 2009
Bad relationships are often mysterious and alluring, but you can avoid them and the people responsible. It's just a matter of being aware.
1. Recognize the warning signs. Bad relationships are hurtful, humiliating or otherwise detrimental.
2. There are people who will use your weaknesses against you to obtain what they want. Avoid or otherwise dismiss them from your life. They aren't hard to recognize.
3. They will attempt to prey on your insecurities. Perceived or real. If you are lonely they will allude to that Attempting to make you fear that your loneliness may not ever end unless you give in to them.
4. The may try to play on your sympathies. Feigning hurt and vulnerability to illicit your attentions. They may say things such as they've been hurt in the past. Or life has been unkind to them.
5. Life has been unkind to all of us at times. They are just trying to manipulate you. Recognize it.
6. If you must communicate be brief. Do not play into their games. Offer no sympathy. Be straightforward and detached. Make it evident you're onto them.
7. Keep people of this sort at a distance. They are dangerous.
Posted by Jane at 4:21 PM
The Best Follower Award
Thursday, June 11, 2009
Another award from a wonderful friend. Thanks David for this one of a kind award, and for including me always. Thanks for the friendship as well, thanks again. I am leaving this award open for a grab, enjoy spreading this award.
Posted by Jane at 2:01 PM
Be Sensitive to Other People's Feelings
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
There are always going to be people in your life that irritate, annoy, and baffle you as to why they do and say the things they do. Sometimes you want to snap back at them about how pestering they are, or ignore them because you don't particularly like them, but remember, you have to be considerate of how that person feels and why they do and say certain things. Before you can judge, you need to understand that person's feelings and thoughts.
Before you judge them, step into their shoes. This is especially important. Maybe this person is constantly sitting by his/her self and doesn't like to talk to others. Maybe this person is cold to you when you talk to them or says things that might seem a little rude. Before you judge them and label them, think about how he/she feels—"Maybe s/he is always by him/her self because s/he doesn't feel comfortable around others. Maybe s/he isn't used to talking to people so s/he is a little cold. Maybe s/he wasn't feeling well on the day I talked to him/her and that's why s/he seemed to be in a bad mood." Before you allow yourself to label this person, imagine why they act or say the things they do. Think about how you'd feel if you were treated the way you may treat this other person. It is necessary to think about this before you say something to another person. How would you feel if someone you weren't familiar with came up to you and said something mean to you, just because you looked/sounded/acted differently from what they expected or thought you should have? You would be pretty hurt, wouldn't you? Don't put someone through that kind of pain if you wouldn't want to be put through it yourself.
Don't let one encounter ruin your perception of that person. Just because someone seemed to be in a bad mood when you talked to them doesn't mean they are constantly angry and depressed. Maybe they were having a bad day when you talked to them, or they weren't feeling well. Try to speak to them more often and see how they act; don't let one time ruin how you see that person. You have to be around them frequently to see how they really are. When you talk to them, don't let your insecurities or beliefs get in the way. It's very common to meet people with different beliefs, likes and dislikes than you, so don't be put-off if the person you're talking to doesn't like something you do, or likes something you do not. Don't let their belief in God (or no God) make you feel any different about them. Remember, being sensitive to their feelings means accepting what they like/dislike and who/what they believe in. It's how they feel for a reason, and you should respect that.
When you start to feel irritated, stop yourself from saying anything. Think to yourself that there is a reason this person is acting the way s/he is acting, and that you should respect how they feel at the moment, even if it bothers you.
Posted by Jane at 1:00 PM
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
The rustic furniture remind me of my parents furniture back home in Philippines. My decease uncle used to make wooden furniture for a living. He design design and carved the woods with different styles like like the rustic furniture at scenicfurniture.com .
I always love rustic furniture's, it bring tropical like in your home. If I would to put furniture at my home, it would be a contemporary modern furniture's. But I would not mind putting some rustic furniture in some room. If you like rustic furniture, scenic furniture has a lot of furniture you can choose from. Check them out.
Posted by Jane at 9:28 PM
reparing your own organic skin care treatments using common items found right in your own kitchen or garden can be just as, or more effective as the ones you can buy and represent quite a cost savings.
1. Begin by taking an inventory of potential natural skin care ingredients available in your cupboards and refrigerator. The most common items include citrus fruits, dairy items, sugar, salt, vinegars, aspirin, eggs, honey, oatmeal, olive oil and tea bags.
2. Decide on the natural skin care ingredients that best address your skin type and skin care issues. Oil skin types will want to focus on more astringent ingredients such as citrus and exfoliating salt or sugar scrubs while sensitive skin types will want to include more soothing items such as olive oil, dairy products and honey.
3. Develop a natural skin care routine that incorporates a cleansing, scrub, toning, and moisturizing recipe using the natural ingredients best suited for your skin type. A normal skin type might use a sea salt scrub recipe followed by a lemon juice toner and olive oil based moisturizer.
4. Start collecting natural skin care recipes and experiment with ingredients to determine which are best suited to address your skin care needs.
5. Most skin types benefit from regular facial steams and a weekly facial treatment. Try whipping up a 10 minute enriching moisturizing facial mask from an egg, a packet of unflavored gelatin, a squeeze of lemon, and a drizzle of olive oil.
Its fun! Enjoy experimenting with the different items so that you can discover the ingredients and recipes that work the best for you. Many natural skin care recipes can be made ahead and will keep for several days when refrigerated. There a literally thousands of natural skin care recipes that can address a wide range of skin care issues from combating acne outbreaks to healing skin irritations. The more you explore recipes the greater the success you will have mixing up your own natural skin care treatments!An awesome deodorant consists of just essential oil diluted in water.
If you are allergic to certain foods, don’t use them in a natural skin care recipe either!
Posted by Jane at 5:45 PM
Bananas are great for keeping the skin on your face and body fresh and soft. They are a great alternative to the potentially harmful chemicals found in many skincare products. This is a facial scrub for normal to dry skin and is also suitable for sensitive skin.
* 2 teaspoons mashed banana
* 2 teaspoons rolled oats
* 1 teaspoon milk
* 1 teaspoon honey
Mix all ingredients together in a bowl until it forms a smooth paste. Apply to your face and leave it on for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, massage it into your face. Allow it to sit for 5 more minutes. Rinse off thoroughly with warm water.
This scrub works as a peel. The dead skin cells adhere to the slightly dried paste and are removed by the friction created when you gently massage it over your face. Pull your hair back with a headband and put it in a high ponytail. Honey-Banana mix is tough to get out of your hair. Be sure to smash the banana into really small bits - big ones will slide off your face and onto your clothes and then, the floor!
Posted by Jane at 5:36 PM
Accept Yourself, Your Life, and Your Reality
Monday, June 8, 2009
What do you do when you feel like the world has fallen? What do you do when you feel like all you ever worked for, aimed for, thought about, doesn't really matter? When you feel like there's no real reason to wake up to see tomorrow? What if this article told you that you could lose your self-doubt? That you could finally stop questioning your life?
Learn to accept who you are. It's one of the hardest things to follow through on, but it's definitely most rewarding. It's so easy to look in the mirror and point out most of your insecurities. But, instead of counting all the things you wish you could be, try counting all the things that you are thankful for that bring out your natural beauty. Understand everyone has beauty, whether it be their eyes, their plumped lips, or their rosy cheeks. Make a list of all of these things, and hang it up somewhere by a mirror, and before you leave, look in the mirror and tell yourself you look good. Remember that it's your own opinion that really counts.
Realize your imperfections and then let go. Are you too bossy? Are you too critical of yourself? You're lazy, right? You don't have a lot of friends because your shy? This could go on and on, but the point is is that you need to find out what you aren't so good at, maybe what you don't have, and then let go of it. This is one of the most key steps to accept who you are.Be honest with yourself. This is one of the hardest things for many of us to do. In many of today's societies that focus on the individual, we are encouraged to strive for success, and often we look for praise as the acknowledgment of that success. We take any criticism as a negative thing, so we shy away from seeing anything about ourselves that elicits that reaction. Remember that you can't fix it until you can admit there is a problem. Recognize ineffective coping mechanisms. If you are experiencing any of the feelings described in the introduction, odds are that what you are doing to cope with the problems in life are not working. These things may have worked in the past, and are so ingrained that you don't even realize you do them. Replace the old methods you used to deal with situations and problems with ones that will deliver or elicit positive responses and solutions. Changing old behaviors can be just as difficult as recognizing them because it takes time and determination to replace old habits and behaviors, but the payoff is worth it.
Make a short list. Once you have accepted yourself, with all your imperfections, you can change some things about yourself. Write out a list about what you want to achieve, what you can achieve, and how you will achieve it. Although, understand that no one is perfect, and sometimes you just can't change who you are.Don't try to alter several things at once, this is a recipe for failure. Once you have your list, prioritize it. Decide what you need to work on in order of importance. Often changing one thing will cause other things to fall in line, like knocking over dominoes. Avoid the common "Do-overs" It's your life and your reality. What happened in the past, happened in the past. You just can't change history. So avoid doing it over again because you feel like it's "in your comfort zone" and "you've been through it once, why not one more time?" type of excuse. Learn that life is the way it is. You can only make it hard if your attitudes about life are pointed that way. You can't change who you really are either. Just be the best you can be, and live life with pride.
Try self-helping things that will help you focus on other things, such as hobbies, art, yoga/exercise, music, whatever you feel like doing, the littlest difference will help you vent. Venting is so important when you are feeling low. Confide in a friend. Talking to friends will definitely help, and is just another healthy way of venting. Change your overall attitude. Instead of saying "I hate my mother because she's critical and she is too overprotective, even now that I'm a certain age.", say, "I love my mother because she cares what I do and doesn't want me to make bad choices even now that I'm a certain age.", if you live your life with a more positive attitude, you will see your whole attitude will look that way more often, so you'll be less depressed.If you ever find your life to be too overwhelming, seek professional help.
Posted by Jane at 12:30 PM
Best & Lovely Blog Award
Friday, June 5, 2009
Another couple award from a good friend of mine. Thank you David F for this wonderful award.
This award is open for a grab as usual.
Posted by Jane at 4:48 PM
Scrubs is an online magazine and clinical nursing website, it is where you can read nurses story on what challenges they usually dwell in their everyday duty. This website is very useful and inspiring to those people who are trying to achieve their career toward medical field. Scrubs is not like any ordinary clinical website, on this site you will find some career advice and inspiring and uplifting stories, you will also find some tips for fashion, beauty and health.
Doctors and Nurses jobs can be very difficult at all times. It can be hard mentally and physically, it can be overwhelming and tiring by the end of their duty. When they come home from a long day at work they may find their self exhausted and pining for their bed. Sometimes because of a long hours at work, they forget to clean up or get the make up off their face. For those nurses who feels like they do not have time to fix their self after of before duty? The article called "Waking Up Looking Younger", has some very good guide and tips on waking up looking younger even though you have a long shift at work. Just follow the five steps and you are good to go.
Attention all Doctors and Nurses out there, if you want to look fresh while on duty? Visit scrubsmag.com, check out off-duty fashion tips on where to shop and what to buy. Scrubs the nurse's guide to good living.
Posted by Jane at 3:04 PM
You do not need Rock Hard Abs or Bulging Muscles to be fit. And you don't need a personal exercise trainer or live your life around exercising. People do need to reset their minds in to getting in shape in a smart sensible way...unless they choose to live at a GYM.
Look around and see all the exercise that we could be getting right at home. However, we first need to reset our minds in to getting back to our daily lives, instead of focusing on going to the Gym; or spending money on costly exercise equipment. While we are working on changing the way that we think, it is important that we all realize the importance of how we eat. Although, there are so many new studies that tell us something different everyday about food, we can figure some things out for ourselves; and find a plan that works for each of us as individuals. Realize that it is crazy the way that TV portrays things, like someone that wears a size ten, gets down to a size one...like a size ten was too Big, Not! Then to top it off shows us someone claiming to be in a size one, when it is obvious they are much bigger. But, naturally that will get blamed away by saying TV adds (ten to fifteen) pounds on you; and if that's the case, then some people on TV look like spaghetti noodles. Plus if that's the case, well some of the Movie Stars that are claiming to be over weight aren't, it's just TV...if they stayed off TV (they would look thinner); therefore, they would lose weight automatically...and a career. Now that we are done resetting our minds lets look at simple (good old fashion) home chores to stay fit; such as sweeping the porch, pulling weeds by hand, trimming hedges, wiping down the counter tops in the kitchen, taking down curtains and washing them, feather dusting the walls, dusting and polishing furniture. There is always something to do around the house that will keep you fit; thus you'll have a clean environment in which to live... plus you'll stay healthy and looking good.
Now since you are already working out, why not take time out from chores and hop on an exercise bike to take yourself for a ride; then later while relaxing (in front of the tube) do a few simple curls with a small dumb bell...while being proud of all that you accomplished in a days time. If you are a video game fan, buy Dance dance revolutioin or if you have a wii, buy wii fit. They are fun and a GREAT ways to excercise. It provides a challenge and you also have music to listen too. If you are hyper and bored and stuck at home, jump around the house. Literally hop. Anything that causes you to sweat will help you turn body fat into muscle or just burn it off.
Be sure to stay focused on that old saying that "you are what you eat" find a food plan that works for you...in time it will become a way of life for you...you'll learn to love the self-control and improvements that you have made. You can spend a lot of money on staying fit or stay busy improving your living environment...while staying fit at the same time...it is up to you. Keep in mind that movement is exercising, such as when you are wiping down a counter top...your hand and arm should be moving in a circular directions...which helps to keep them arms in shape...add a few basic arm movements in with it, and you are on your way (to having toned arms).
You have probably heard or may hear someone say that they walk a lot; then somebody else will come along and say that it is not the right type of walking that they are doing, in which don't make a whole lot of sense...it is common knowledge that (walking is still putting one foot in front of the other) that is unless there is a new way of walking that just hasn't been heard of yet. When away from home, park your car a distance from where that you need to go, such as the grocery store, etc., each step is in the right direction to staying fit.
In this Huge World that we live in there is plenty of room for all shapes and sizes of people; but at the same time, living as healthy as we can will make our time here all the better. Try eating less fat and sugar & try running. listening to music will help exercise.
Don't get too tied-up at staying home, get out and enjoy life too...keeping a balance will build a better happier you. People should not have to live thinking about exercising all the time, relax sometimes for that is a healthy thing to do...and you still burn calories...just at a slower pace.
Posted by Jane at 1:06 PM
Believe it or not people do pay attention to your hair. Pay attention to these Instructions to keep your hair looking great!
Protect your hair:When you expose your hair to the sun it sucks even the healthiest hairs moisture out and keeps it looking dull. Instead wear a hat to cover you hair or even a cap or a scarf is a good idea.If covering your hair isn't your style, try tying it up in a knot, bun or braid, while out in the sun. Trim you hair: The humidity makes hair extremely frizzy. When your ends frizz this means that your hair is either damaged, split or both.It is best to get your hair trimmed every six to eight weeks to get rid of these and keep your hair look fabulous!
Use a good shampoo and conditioner: Its very important to keep hair healthy and nourished, and using an appropriate shampoo of conditioner helps.Even really oily hair deserves a great conditioner.The most recommended are Intense Repair by L'Oreal for dry hair; Sunsilk Naturals for normal hair; and Sedo control shampoo by L'Oreal for oily hair. The price of these are worth it because they will last along time and make a good impression. Spray-on and leave-in conditioners help:leave-in conditioners penetrate deep into your hair cuticles and heal them completely. So using them at least once a week will make all the difference.A spray-on conditioner is another great idea. It conditions your hair and makes it look manageable and beautiful.Hydra Repair spray-on conditioner by L'Oreal Is is mild and non-greasy and helps hair look tamed.
Do not overuse shine products to control frizzes -- they often contain silicone that can coat your hair after just a few applications and can prove harmful. To prevent damage, wet your hair with tap water before you swim. The more wet your hair before you swim, the less salt water and chlorine it will absorb. Brush your hair in shower after you apply conditioner with a wide brush. A summer swim can be Great, But chlorinated water can damage your hair big time! Not washing your hair properly, or even frequent use of hair sprays and gels can cause dandruff. Hair dryers and hot curling related tools heat up your hair and somtimes make your hair look dry.
Posted by Jane at 11:00 AM
May EC Dropper
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
I know its the 3rd of june already, but you know what they say "Better late than Never". I just want to take a moment to say thank you to all entrecard user who have dropped on my page in the month of May. I appreciate it and hope you continue to visit my blog.
10 Top dropper -Month of May:
A journey For My Life
Welcome to My Diary
RoseBush>>Roses and Thorns of Life
THE OPEN BOOK OF MY LIFE
Journey of My Life
Posted by Jane at 12:52 PM
How much personal space an individual needs is just that: personal. However, workplace rules are *very* clear about touching.
1. Keep in mind that some people find touching to be a valid form of expression, a means of connection. It is probably how they talk to their friends and family. If it's not inappropriate (a tap on the shoulder, a pat on the back) and if it's not bothering you, you may choose to do nothing.
2. Back away. Scoot over, back up, or stand aside. Body language may or may not work, but if the coworker takes the hint it's a quick, easy way to communicate your displeasure.
3. Ask the person who is touching you to stop. Explain that you are uncomfortable with being touched. You shouldn't make a scene at your workplace, but do be clear and firm. It may take a while for them to break the habit. Continue to remind them if they continue to do it. To say "No" is absolutely acceptable and appropriate.
4. Document the 'no touching' conversation and any following touching. After several incidents, bring it up to your manager or speak to the Area Program Manager. Bring your documentation, and let them deal with the person.
Don't be afraid of speaking out or looking like "the bad guy." Remember, be firm, but polite. There are people who see touch as a means of communication. Don't go straight to 'He/She is molesting me!' Think it over and decide if there is a sexual component to the contact. Keep in mind, there are people who are hard of hearing and need to stand closer in order to hear you and don't realize they're in "your space".Think about how you interact with the other person, too. While you're not necessarily to blame for another's unwanted approaches, don't do anything that might invite them. For instance, don't show off your tattoos if your tattoos are not visible when you are wearing appropriate clothing. Sometimes, an invasion of personal space is nothing more than standing too close. Especially if you are shorter than the other person, this can be intimidating. Again, start by backing away, asking, and reminding, and proceed to a more formal complaints.
Retaliating against co-worker touching could hurt your job. Keep your complaints on a professional level and do not share with your entire staff. Keep it confidential within the proper management. If you have asked that a behavior stop and it has not stopped, and especially if you feel that it is inappropriate, tell your manager right away.
Posted by Jane at 12:28 AM
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
How are you folks? I was absent for several days here at the blogger world. I just want to thank you to all that visited my blog even though I wasn't not present to visit back. I am still in the mids of catching up what I have missed this few days.
As soon as I catch up I will be blog hopping, once again thank you for stopping by and I will pay you a visit as soon as I can.
Posted by Jane at 6:01 PM