The Importance of Being Reese: September 2012

Dear Friday

   Friday’s Letters

Dear People in the Car Next to Me With the Annoyingly Loud Rap Music,

While it's great that you're clearly expanding your vocabulary by listening to lyrics such as " I be pimpin' dem hoe's" and "I make it rain in da club evvvery night," I would prefer that those NOT be the first words out of my daughters mouth.  So please, do the rest of us a favor, and turn it down. Thank you.

Also, if you really do "be makin it rain in da club evvvery night" you should considered possibly taking a few nights off so that you can save up some money and fix your car. We're tired of breathing in your disgusting exhaust and listening to your screechy brakes.



Dear Jamine,

Please be good for mommy on this 3 hour road trip. Our last extended car trip didn't end so well for me. Of course this time, I have some tricks up my sleeve....


 Dear Inventor(s) Of The Portable Dvd Player,

I think I owe you my first born child...But I'll wait until she gets to be about 16. Starts talking back to me. And has a boyfriend who just got out of Juvvie.


Dear Fellow Bloggers,

Thanks for another awesome week. You guys are so positive and encouraging. I'm truly blessed to have such a great place to unwind after a stressful day.
 
XOXO Reese


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Cyberbullies: Who They Are & How To Deal With Them

Websters Dictionary defines a bully as "A person who is habitually cruel or overbearing, especially to smaller or weaker people."

I define a bully as "A weak individual with a lack of compassion or empathy that would otherwise allow them to recognize that picking on someone who's too afraid to fight back doesn't make you 'cool'. It makes you pathetic."

Today's topic, is Cyber Bullies: Who They Are, and How To Deal With Them.  This topic stems from an incident on twitter a few nights ago. I was actually getting ready to log out for the night, and caught the tail-end of one of the nastiest cases of cyber-bullying I've ever seen.

 It was really brutal. So bad it made me cringe. What made it worse is that the victim of this cyber assault stated multiple times that she was sorry she had dared speak out against the issue. Apparently having different political beliefs is just cause to publicly humiliate someone to the point that they are in tears.

 I'm almost certain that is not what Sesame Street teaches us.

Anyhow, moving right along. The following conversation is MAJORLY GRAPHIC, tasteless and extremely offensive towards ALL women. Proceed with caution.


The first screenshot is what originally caught my attention. The comments are in no particular order, but as you can see they're all pretty horrible. It's also the reason I felt it was necessary to intervene. The third tweet from the top came from the woman who was being attacked. As you can see, her attackers would re-tweet her posts to their friends so that more of them could join in and bash her together. Which is truly the most pathetic part of that entire situation. In fact, it sounds like a bad joke, "How many idiots does it take to insult one person on twitter?" Apparently a lot.

Oh, and in case you're wonder what she could have said that would have sparked such hateful responses, here it is.


Oh my goodness, how dare she... Talk about blowing things out of proportion. I could understand if she'd said something about their mama's. Nobody should talk about someone's mama's. That's just plain rude.

Anyhow, here's where I came in.
Notice how none of my replies were retweeted, and none of his "buddies" jumped in to defend him.

I did find it incredibly interesting that once he realized that there were no superficial aspects about me that he could insult (i.e. my weight, or appearance) he had to find a new way to attack.

There's not much that someone can say to me that will make me upset.  These insults were clearly a juvenile attempt for him to save face, and really only ended up making himself look incredibly stupid in the process. I didn't need to argue my intelligence, obviously I've got it in spades. I didn't need to liter my replies with curse words, I'm too much of a lady for that. Nope, all I had to do was sit back and watch him verbally hang himself, one stupid reply at a time.

So when it comes to cyberbullying, what can you do? 

Keep in mind that the only reason I chose to intervene in this particular situation is because I could clearly see that the person being attacked was in extreme distress. I don't necessarily believe that jumping into the middle of an internet war is the best way to fix cyberbullying. Use your own judgement. Most of the time ignoring the attacker will work. After all, what's more annoying than a person who refuses to engage in your repeated attacks?

You can also block them. I highly recommend this approach. There's no need to get your hands dirty. With one simple click, you can block them out for good.  Here's a screenshot of how to do that on twitter.

Thirdly, you can report them. As is the case with most bullies, you are usually not their first victim. Don't give them a chance to target someone else. The more people who report them, the more likely it is that they will be punished. Saying or doing nothing can sometimes encourage their behavior.



And last but not least (for those of you with thick skin) if you have a few minutes and just want to have a good laugh at their expense, when they start insulting you, just kill em with kindness. You'll notice I did that quite a few times.  Bullies rarely ever continue to attack if you show that you could care less about their opinions or insults. They want the power and the upper hand. Don't give it to them.

By the way, in case you were interested, while this whole situation was going on, I received 45 direct messages from people who were supporting, encouraging, and silently laughing along with me while this guy proved to the entire twitter-verse that he was a complete jerk.

 Thank you for proving that together, we can take a stand against cyberbullying!!

Click here to learn more about cyberbullying, and what you can do to stop it. Click here to read my previous post about Baby Bullies.

XOXO Reese


Baby Bullies: When Good Kids Go Bad

How could you possibly be mean to someone this adorable?
So it happened. The moment that every mother fears. The moment that makes all the little baby hairs on the back of your neck stand up. Yesterday I took Jasmine to the kiddie library uptown to let her run around and pick out a few new books.

 I'd finally decided to stop being such a Mommy-copter and backed up a few feet to give her some space, and sure enough, as soon as I let my guard down, this little kid took it upon himself to push my little girl. And it wasn't even just a little tap. It was like a full on shove. It happened in slow motion. One minute she was waddling up to him, a huge grin on her adorable face, and the next she was being shoved to the ground.

I think I screamed a little. I definitely snarled.  I briefly imagined myself letting out a Xena-like battle cry, leaping over the three tables separating me from them and knocking that little over-sized bully to the ground, but I'm pretty sure there are laws against that.

The most irritating thing is that the father, who witnessed the whole incident, didn't say a word. Not once did he apologize or chastise his belligerent little child. Even as I rushed over and picked up my munchkin, who was wailing at this point. James wisely chose that moment to intervene and suggest that we were past due for lunch. He probably saw my eye twitching and my fingers balling into fists.

Don't get me wrong, it's not that I've never seen Jasmine hit a kid. Because she has. But, most of the time it's an accident because she's excited and is just flailing her arms about . Even so, I always firmly tell her no, and immediately apologize to both the kid, and their parent(s).

It's called parenting. And it's hard work. But that's no excuse not to do so.

Truthfully, I feel a bit bad for the kid. Children aren't exactly born with a moral compass that helps them distinguish good decisions from bad ones. That's where parenting is suppose to come in.  It's our job to teach our children what is okay, and what is not. If we don't teach them, then who will?

There are a lot of things that I said I would never do when it came to raising Jasmine. I said that I wouldn't let her watch television. Fail. I said I wouldn't feed her processed foods. Fail. (Although,  I think it should be noted that I haven't yet gone as far as to feed her fast food.) Yes, there's no doubt about it, parenting makes you eat your words. Almost every day. However, one thing I refuse to cut her any slack on is bad behavior.

I will not allow my daughter to become a bully. Don't get me wrong, I have no problem with teaching her to stick up for herself, should the situation call for it. But picking on someone simply because they're smaller than you is unacceptable. Bullies just don't spawn overnight. They grow out of neglect and a lack of intervention. And I know it's difficult to imagine that your child is capable of being mean, but it happens. Your child is just as capable of being a bully as mine is. And it's our duty to remember that and discipline them when the time comes.

So my question to you ladies today is how do you deal with disciplining your children when they do something mean to another child? And what do you do when you see another kid picking on yours and the parents don't seem to care?

Also, be sure to tune in later this week for part II on adult bullies. Trust me, it's going to be a good one.
 XOXO Reese
 



Le Corner Café Blog & Social Media Hop #3



Hello there! 

Welcome to the third Le Corner Café Weekday Blog and Social Media Hop! I don't discriminate here, so if you've got it, please feel free to link it up.

 If you've been following me, you know I've gone through a few name changes. This hop was originally titled the "Monday Morning Mingle," however, after I did a bit of research, I discovered there were quite a few hops within this community with similar names. So I set out to create a unique name.

Why Le Corner Café? If you've been following me for a while and know about my childhood, then you know I grew up in Germany. I was blessed enough to have the opportunity to travel quite a bit to France, which if you've never been is a beautiful, lively city, that has a café on every corner filled with people casually chatting and meeting new friends. I can truthfully say that there are only a handful of things I enjoy more than strolling the streets of Paris with the smell of fresh brewed coffee gently wafting in the breeze. So even if you've never been, I want to give you a little taste of France, here at my weekly hop. I'm looking forward to getting to know you guys! Don't be shy, shoot me an email every once a while :)

Now, grab a nice hot cup of coffee, get comfy, and prepare to go meet some new friends. However, I have a few simple requests.

However, I have a few simple requests

  • Please follow me, the hostess of this lovely gathering. I worked hard to get this hop established, so please return the love.
  • Be sure to follow the lovely ladies labeled as co-hosts. You will find them at the top of the list. They're great so you won't be disappointed.
  • Make sure that you spend a bit of time mingling with the other people. You can't just put your name in the linky and expect people to magically come to you. Get out there and work for it :)
  • Finally, if you could, just spread the word. Grab a button, tweet, or facebook share. It's not a requirement, but the more people who know about this hop, the better for you. If you're interested in co-hosting, shoot me an email at tasutton22@gmail.com.
Enjoy!



Yummy Hot Chocolatey Goodness Coco

Happy First Day of Fall ladies!

With summer officially over, it's time for us to break out our fall wardrobes and begin decorating for the season. I try to start each season off on a great foot, and I've learned through the years that chocolate always puts me in the mood to clean or decorate. So today I've decided to share my favorite recipe for hot coco with you guys. If you're a fan of the hot coco at Starbucks, then you'll love this, because this is a cheaper version of the coco they serve.

Ingredients 
 1/4 cup of hot water
2 tablespoons of unsweetened coco powder
2 tablespoons of granulated sugar
1 1/2 cup of milk
1/4 teaspoon of vanilla extract

Instructions
 1. Combine the water, coco, and sugar in a microwavable bowl and microwave for 30 seconds. Stir up the mixture to create a chocolate like syrup. 

2. Add the milk to the container and microwave for an additional 1-1 1/2 minutes and remove from  microwave. Add vanilla extract and stir well. Pour coco into a mug and top with whipped cream if desired.

3. Curl up on the couch and enjoy your Yummy Hot Chocolatey Goodness Coco.

4. Leave a comment if you liked it :)

 XOXO Reese


Blog Cliques: The Good, The Bad, The Elite

When I was in high school (an undisclosed amount of years ago) a guidance counselor once assured me that people matured as they got older. She told me that eventually the cliques would disappear and the "in-crowd" would peak and die out. Obviously this guidance counselor didn't spend much time in the blogging world.

I've spent the last few days pondering my experience so far in the blogging community, and it's like this. I've met some really great friends. You know, the true ones. Who stop by regularly and ask what sort of shenanigans my daughter has managed to get into this week. I've also met some pretty decent big time bloggers. The ones who have 2000+ followers, and yet still take the time to swing by every once and a while and give me some advice. They're been great to me. No question about it.

But then...there are the others. The ones that have a huge following and somehow think that amounts to celebrity status. The one's who blatenly ignore your attempts to communicate with them. They are the ones that belong to this ultra elitist blogging clique. The one that no matter how hard you try, you will never be welcomed in. Unless you have over 3,000 subscribers. It's a bit sad really.



So I've decided to do things differently. I've cleaned up my sponsor wall and stopped promoting those members of the aforementioned blogging cliques who haven't given me the time of day. No, I will no longer be participating in your giveaways. And no, I'm not going to retweet your messages. I know, I know, they won't miss me, but there is something to be said for people who don't chase after the members of these blogging cliques, in hopes that they will pay attention to them.

I've also started my own blog hop. Le Corner Café . So far I have about 5 people who are interested in co-hosting. If you think you might be another one of those people, shoot me an email and we'll talk. And please don't be shy. I don't care if you only have 5 followers. The more the merrier :)

Finally, this revelation has given me the opportunity to hang with people who have relatively low follower counts. That was me not too long ago. I still remember how excited I was logging in and seeing that I had 15 followers. I would like to help new bloggers feel that way. As for those larger blogs, the one's who don't communicate with your subscribers who have low follower counts. By all means, keep it in your circle. We don't want to be associated with that anyway.

I said all that to say this. I started blogging back in January, and somewhere along the way I almost got caught up silliness of it all. Apparently that desire to fit in tried to catch up with me 10 years too late. The simple truth is, as long as people are willing to take one glance at me and think they have me figured out, I'll never fit in. I'm about 5 shades too dark and speak my mind way too much. Their loss. For now, I'm going to continue to blog much like I do everything else in my life. Like. A. Boss.


Until next time...
 XOXO Reese


Le Corner Cafe: Weekday Blog Hop #2


 Hello there!

Welcome to the second Le Corner Café Weekday Blog and Social Media Hop! I don't discriminate here, so if you've got it, please feel free to link it up.

If you've been following me, you know I've gone through a few name changes. This hop was originally titled the "Monday Morning Mingle," however, after I did a bit of research, I discovered there were quite a few hops within this community with similar names. So I set out to create a unique name.

Why Le Corner Café? If you've been following me for a while and know about my childhood, then you know I grew up in Germany. I was blessed enough to have the opportunity to travel quite a bit to France, which if you've never been is a  beautiful, lively city, that has a café on every corner filled with people casually chatting and meeting new friends. I can truthfully say that there are only a handful of  things I enjoy more than strolling the streets of Paris with the smell of fresh brewed coffee gently wafting in the breeze. So even if you've never been, I want to give you a little taste of France, here at my weekly hop.

I'm looking forward to getting to know you guys! Don't be shy, shoot me an email every once a while :) Now, grab a nice hot cup of coffee, get comfy, and prepare to go meet some new friends.



However, I have a few simple requests

  • Please follow me, the hostess of this lovely gathering. I worked hard to get this hop established, so please return the love.
  • Be sure to follow the lovely ladies labeled as co-hosts. You will find them at the top of the list. They're great so you won't be disappointed.
  • Make sure that you spend a bit of time mingling with the other people. You can't just put your name in the linky and expect people to magically come to you. Get out there and work for it :)
  • Finally, if you could, just spread the word. Grab a button, tweet, or facebook share. It's not a requirement, but the more people who know about this hop, the better for you. If you're interested in co-hosting, shoot me an email at tasutton22@gmail.com.
Enjoy!


How to Use a Mason Jar as a Blender + Banana Oatmeal Shake Recipie



Today I have a special treat that I would like to share with you guys. I originally saw this a while back on pintrest and thought was the coolest thing. Did you know that you can replace the blender carafe with a mason jar? So instead of having to clean out the blender carafe when you're finished, you'll actually only have to clean out your mason jar after your done with your delicious drink!

Confused? That's okay. I've got pictures!

Now you guys may or may not remember that I have been on a health kick for quite some time. Recently, I've started replacing one meal a day with a smoothie, or in this case a shake. If y'all are in the mood to try something new (and tasty) you might want to give this one a try.


Things you will need
A 16 oz or larger mason jar
2 Bananas 
4 oz of Oats
3 oz of Skim Milk
2 tablespoons of peanut butter
A few cubes of ice (depends of the consistency you would like)

Step one: Pour your oats into the Mason Jar. Screw on the metal piece, and blend oats. You'll want the oats to be ground up real fine so that you don't have clumps of oatmeal in your smoothie.

Step two: Add remaining ingredients and blend



Step three: Enjoy the tastiest banana oatmeal shake you will ever have

Step four: Leave a comment if you liked it

So that's it. Pretty nifty huh?

 XOXO Reese
 

Goodbye Summer. Hello Fall :)

Our day was pretty chill. James spent the majority entire day studying on campus. Which was a total shame because it was gorgeous outside today. So I took advantage of this beautiful weather and took Jasmine to the park for an end of summer play date.



That adorable outfit that you see her in was provided by her Auntie and Uncle who love to spoil our little Bean rotten. But how could you not? With that precious face.

It was pretty amazing watching her run around with the bigger kids. Trying to keep up. It's hard to believe that less than a year ago she was just beginning to crawl. Where does the time go?

Anyhow, I hope you guys are enjoying the rest of this gorgeous weather. And if not, then you'd better get to it. Life's too short not to savor every precious moment that we have on this earth.







Until next time

XOXO Reese

Le Corner Café: Weekday Blog And Social Media Hop!


Hello there!

Welcome to the first Le Corner Café Weekday Blog and Social Media Hop! I don't discriminate here, so if you've got it, please feel free to link it up.

If you've been following me, you know I've gone through a few name changes. This hop was originally titled the "Monday Morning Mingle," however, after I did a bit of research, I discovered there were quite a few hops within this community with similar names. So I set out to create a unique name.

Why Le Corner Café? If you've been following me for a while and know about my childhood, then you know I grew up in Germany. I was blessed enough to have the opportunity to travel quite a bit to France, which if you've never been is a  beautiful, lively city, that has a café on every corner filled with people casually chatting and meeting new friends. I can truthfully say that there are only a handful of  things I enjoy more than strolling the streets of Paris with the smell of fresh brewed coffee gently wafting in the breeze. So even if you've never been, I want to give you a little taste of France, here at my weekly hop.

I'm looking forward to getting to know you guys! Don't be shy, shoot me an email every once a while :) Now, grab a nice hot cup of coffee, get comfy, and prepare to go meet some new friends.



However, I have a few simple requests

  • Please follow me, the hostess of this lovely gathering. I worked hard to get this hop established, so please return the love.
  • Be sure to follow the lovely ladies labeled as co-hosts. You will find them at the top of the list. They're great so you won't be disappointed.
  • Make sure that you spend a bit of time mingling with the other people. You can't just put your name in the linky and expect people to magically come to you. Get out there and work for it :)
  • Finally, if you could, just spread the word. Grab a button, tweet, or facebook share. It's not a requirement, but the more people who know about this hop, the better for you. If you're interested in co-hosting, shoot me an email at tasutton22@gmail.com.
Enjoy!



$25.00 Macy's Gift Card Giveaway


Starting Monday, September 10th until Friday 14th, one of my lovely sponsors, The Chic Stay at Home Mom will be generously giving away a $25.00 Macy's Gift Card to one lucky winner. Unfortunately, this giveaway is only open to those in the U.S. or Canada.

This is the perfect gift for all of you fashionistas, or it could be a really great Christmas present. Either way, it's a pretty sweet deal. Be sure to swing by her page to say hello and thank her for such an awesome giveaway:)

Also, be sure to stick around and hang out at the Le Corner Cafe: Weekday Blog and Social Media Hop. It's a great place to meet new friends. Click here to visit the hop.

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Breaking Dawn Part II Trailer

And now ladies and gentlemen (but mostly ladies who want to see Jacob, or Edward (but mostly Jacob: ). The moment we have all been waiting for. Time to check out the final installment of Breaking Dawn and see how it all ends for Bella and Co.


 Enjoy




XOXO Reese

Dear Friday

  Friday’s Letters


Dear Downstairs Neighbors,

 I regret to inform you that I recently purchased another Jillian Michaels workout DVD. I know in the past we have not seen eye-to-eye about the sound of me working out, so I can't expect that you will be thrilled with my newest purchase. However, I'm going to need you guys to suck it up and realize that I have no intention of putting on more weight because you find it necessary to bang on the ceiling every time  I start working out. I assure you that I'm not doing this just for the sole purpose of annoying you, but instead I'm focused more on my longevity and health.

Sincerely,

Your health conscious upstairs neighbor.





Dear Charlotte,

I am so happy to call you my home and am so incredibly proud of you. Hosting the DNC was an incredible step forward for you, and I thoroughly enjoyed pitching in. I am looking forward to raising my daughter in a city that prides itself on its diversity and puts an emphasis on education and cultural arts.





Dear Jasmine,

Waking you up in the morning is possibly one of the best parts of my day. You always wake up with a smile on your face, ready to conquer the day. Please never lose that. You will need that same outlook on life when you get older. And even though some people will do everything they can to destroy that amazing spark you have, don't let them. But remember, if they're really persistent, you call mommy, and she'll handle that.


XOXO Reese
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Ultimate Sack Giveaway

Back when I was a kid, everyone wanted a bean bag. It was at the top of every kids Christmas wish list, and the top of every parents "to buy" list. I remember the year I finally got one. Snuggling up, watching movies and sipping hot chocolate with my family.

Now, even in my twenties, I still love Bean Bag Chairs. Which is why I am super excited to bring this amazing giveaway to you :) 

 You haven't experienced comfort until you've kicked back in an Ultimate Sack giant bean bag chair! Each Ultimate Sack is filled with high-quality, shredded foam that conforms to your body. They adjust to every curve, giving you the most relaxing spot to settle down in. Available in 3 different sizes; 4 foot, 5 foot, and 6 foot. Plus, 10 standard suede color covers, 9 fur covers and 6 passion suede colored covers. To learn more about Ultimate Sack bean bag chairs, check out my recent review.

Want to get your hands on one of these amazing chairs?

Enter to win one below...


This event is hosted by Bella Savvy! Co-hosted by Dixielands Deals, Stay A Stay At Home Mom, and Schmoozing with Betsy.
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PRIZE: One giant 6 foot bean bag chair with fur cover to one lucky reader in the color of their choice ($389 value). Giveaway is open to US residents, ages 18+ and ends September 19, 2012. To enter, use the Rafflecopter form below.

GOOD LUCK!

A huge "THANK YOU" to all of the lovely bloggers who are helping to promote this awesome giveaway!
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Stereotyping in 2012: Ignorance is not Bliss

I hate stereotypes. They’re annoying, faulty and ultimately destructive. It’s like taking the easy way out. How do you truly get to know a person if you already built preconceived notions about who they are based on something as silly as their appearance?


 “All black people like fried chicken.” “All Asian’s are great at math.” “All blondes are stupid.”  I know for a fact that I dislike fried chicken.  James, who is part Korean, has to study tirelessly to get decent grades in his finance classes. And a very dear friend of mine, who graduated last semester with a 4.0., has a head full of blonde hair. I don’t think of us as exceptions. I think of us as people. As unique individuals.


Back when I worked in retail, I had the misfortune of working with a lady who was borderline racist. Or clueless. I’m not really sure which. But whenever someone who wasn’t white walked into the store, she was on them like white on rice. Asking them that one simple question designed to urk the heck out of anyone that it’s being directed to. “Do you need help finding something?”

And it wasn’t just the question itself. It was the tone that she used when asking it. She used this “I know what you’re planning on doing, so I’m making sure that you know that I’m watching you” tone.  She would then proceed to follow them around the store, hovering over them and pretending to rearrange things, until the customer would finally get fed up and leave. 

Then she would come back with this huge smile on her face. As if she’d accomplished something by driving away potential business.  On the rare occasion that I even bothered to ask why she felt the need to follow them. She would always say that she had seen them do something suspicious. Riiggghhhtt. Apparently being Black, Hispanic or Native American is considered suspicious enough to warrant being tailed around the store. 

So why do I think stereotypes are destructive? Let’s take it back to basic psychology. There’s this little thing called self-fulfilling prophecies.  Which is defined as, “a previously false definition of a person or situation evoking a new behavior which makes the original false conception become true.”  Basically if you treat someone a certain way based on stereotypes, it can sometimes inadvertently cause them to believe it so much, that they begin to behave in that manner. Remember the Golden Rule, "treat others they way you would like to be treated." If you don't want people stereotyping you, then why would you do it to them?


My challenge to you is to get to know someone better. Step a bit outside your comfort zone. You may never guess just by looking at me that I enjoy going to the Charlotte Symphony, love classic black and white films and tune into NPR every time I get in the car.  I wonder what else you would never guess about someone who looks a little bit different than you. Take the time to find out. You never know who you might meet in the process.

Photo creds: 1)luvimages.com 2) dontstereotypeme.blogspot.com

XOXO Reese 


DNC News and Giveaway Update

Happy Saturday everyone,

 I'm getting ready to head to uptown Charlotte. At this point I'm equal parts nervous and ecstatic. Today, I'll speak with my coordinator and find out whether or not I'm even allowed to blog about who I'm working with and what I'm doing. I'm assuming they'll allow it once the convention is over. Hopefully *crossed fingers* So basically, don't expect much from me this week. Next week however, will be another story...

Just so you guys know, I'm still working on a winner for the giveaway. I didn't forget about you guys. However, as many times as I posted it, you would not believe how many people failed to read the rules. This may take a little longer than I originally intended...I'll try to have the winner picked by tomorrow morning at the latest.

Anyhow, I hope your day is a fabulous as mine!!

XOXO Reese