Monday and Pot Pie…

Monday and pot pie…

Mondays come at us so quick, don’t they?  I no sooner get the weekend started and POW, Monday’s back.  I woke this morning wanting to cook, almost as soon as my feet hit the floor.  Once the kids were on their way I got out my pots, cutting board, and sharpest knife.  I decided to whip together a mean pot of Pot Pie, I can’t remember the last time I made a batch of it.  Living in Arizona these last 2 years, I really didn’t think about making it.  :) grey active

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I boiled 4 chicken breasts with the skin, and as some of you know, raw meat disgusts me. BIG TIME..After I boiled the chicken I laid it aside and would deal with it later ;) .  I chopped half a bag of baby carrots, and an entire bag of celery and added it to the broth.  I boiled the mixture for 30 minutes or so, then added chicken broth and about 6 medium potatoes.  Then I closed the lid and aloud that to cook for a long while. senso duo

let the smells begin..

Steaming Blue Stock Pot

At this point it’s really starting to smell delicious.  After about 45 minutes I peeled the chicken from the breast, and let that to simmer.  There was a ton of meat from just these 4 breasts.  At this point I’m ready to make the dough.  I had been waiting for this part because today I was going to be making my own dough.  I was very anxious for this part.

I mixed the flour, salt and baking power together.  Then in a separate bowl I mixed 2 eggs and a tiny bit of water.  I added a little more water then necessary, which was perfect. I put both egg mixture and flour together, and then mixed the dough with my hands.   I rolled the dough out, which ended up thicker then I thought, but it made no difference.  The dough made tons of squares, and because they turned out so well, I made another batch of the dough.  It was perfect.

I had completed thePot Pie, and now it’s time to let it simmer.  The dough plumped up a little bit, which makes the dough squares thick.  The strands of chicken are everywhere, the carrots and celery are colorful and the juices are just right.  I’m super pleased with how it turned out.

My house smells delicious, and there’s a huge pot of Pot Pie on the stove. Tons of left overs~

I hope you enjoyed reading today, thank you for stopping by.  If you have made Pot Pie and would like to share your special recipe, please comment below and share it.

Be Inspired today,

Stacey :)

The Playdate…

The Playdate…

The Playdate

I decided to share my latest read with you.  I absolutely LOVED this book.  I don’t often say that about books, even thought I enjoy reading almost as much as ice cream, I don’t always love them.  Some of the books I read I can hardly wait to be finished.  And I quickly don’t remember what they were about.  They sit on my bookshelf for years, and I dust them, or give them away.

But not this time

I had been looking for a good book, searched online for a few weeks, wrote a few down from the Sunday Newspaper best seller list, and finally I thought I had my pick.  I went to the book store to check out my book, I found it and was glad it was paperback.  I enjoy reading paperback books rather then hardback, makes it easier for reading in bed.  I was slightly hesitant on my decision, just because this was the authors first book..ever!!

But, I was determined to look it. After all it was about kids, and a playdate.  Which is my life!!

i fell in love

I absolutely loved this book, right from the beginning.  It is simple to read, easy to place the characters, and I could visually see what was going on.  Something that doesn’t always happen in the books that I read.  This book captivated me, right up till the very end.  This author was amazing.

i won’t give it away...

I won’t give it away, but here’s a little bit about it.  There are two very good friends who have young children, they live on the same street, with a strange neighbor who just moved it.  They think the neighbor is not to be trusted.  As the story unfolds, they learn of a few strange things happening within the circle of neighbors.  Children and husbands are involved.   Ok, I better stop there!  I know, pretty exciting isn’t it?  Go ahead and buy it, you’ll love it.

Oh, and the other cool thing is, the author is also coming out with another book. I was SOOOOO excited when I finished the book, to see that it lead into her next novel.

Have a fabulous weekend, and be inspired!

:) Stacey

Facebook Changes…

I like the changes of facebook…

For years now I’ve been connecting with old friends on facebook.  I remember when I got my first invitation to join, I thought “oh no, not another one of these again.”  I had been (and i’m slightly blushing) an avid Myspace junkie.  I spent hours and hours designing my space, getting it just the way I liked it.  At the time, which was only about 3 years ago, my space on myspace was all decked out in pink swirls and pictures of my favorite singers.  My have times have changed.

I went ahead and excepted her friend request, and it’s been 3 years later.  My friend list has grown, and I have connected with lots of old friends.  Lots of friends who if it weren’t for facebook, I probably wouldn’t have found again.  This year is 24 years since graduation, WOW, I can’t believe it.  It’s awesome to see the families on facebook grow, and then display pictures of their babies and their accomplishments.

Some of it is good, some is bad…

So through the years facebook has become the craze, it’s plastered all over the internet, and is #2 on Alexa. (a really cool website that tells you where the website ranks on the Internet, guess which is #1) GOOGLE.  Facebook has changed it’s look through the years, which some users dislike.  But, in the long run we continue to use facebook no matter what has changed.  We adapt, we accept friend requests, we post, we like and dislike, we comment and our friends list continues to grow and grow.

Rarely will you find a post from me stating what I ate for breakfast, how little sleep I got, or how sick I feel.  I can be a private person, and displaying that information on facebook is just not me.  However, I am very much interested in what my friends eat, or how sick they feel or how little sleep they got.  I turn facebook on at least 20 times a day, and now that I’ve updated my iPhone to the ios 6, facebook now displays that there are “new stories, and how many there are.”  Very convenient for someone who frequents facebook often.

What i look at…

What I enjoy looking at on facebook s status updates, and I LOVE LOVE LOVE reading the inspirational quotes that people post.  Some of those quotes are beautiful, and the pictures are just as pretty.  It’s so nice to see quotes or updated pictures which is what continues to bring me back day after day to facebook. I also enjoy watching where people “check in.”  Oh–and being able to tag the friends that you’re with is really cool too.  Who woulda thought that something like this would ever grow and exist and keep everyone connected.  Even if you don’t really want to be.

Facebook also keeps me connected through Pinterest (which I love) and also keeps a record of my favorite websites, things that I “like” while surfing the next, which is also connected to facebook, and that way I know where I’ve been online.

Facebook is like anything else though in life, it gets old after awhile.  But having the ease of opening up my iPhone and clicking that little blue button is just so easy to keep connected.

Enough of facebook!  Thanks for reading and “staying connected.” It’s so cool that you are here :)

Be inspired today!

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A Ray of Sunshine…

Have you had your ray of sunshine today?…

It’s funny sometimes, just when we are into our “groove,” into our daily grind of our thoughts which can be so repetitive, we stumble on an unexpected Ray of Sunshine.  And I don’t mean a ray of sun through the clouds, I mean the ray of sunshine which comes from an unexpected conversation from a total stranger.  I mean like when you least expect to have a conversation with someone, and you walk away saying “wow, I really needed to meet that person today.”  I’m sure it’s happened to you, probably more times then you even know it.

I decided at the last minute…

I decided at the last minute this morning to bike to the gym for a 9am spin class, it’s 8:15 a.m., just got the kids on the bus, so it’s crunch time.  Like most days, I eat breakfast in front of my laptop and begin working but not this morning, at least not right away.  A beautiful morning, why not.  I only have 20 minutes to get there, so I kicked it up a notch and had 5 minutes to spare when I got there.

I was locking up my bike when this bouncy young woman says “are you coming to spin today?”  I quietly said yes and after a few short words she was off to class.  She ended up being the instructor of the class.  Her class was good.  It was just the right speed, the music was right, and her voice wasn’t shouting, she engaged herself with the riders and even laughed..which is so good to see.  It was unlike many of the other classes I have taken.  And I’m a die hard spinner :)

at the end of class…

At the end of class she incorporated some yoga stretches, which I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE.  And since my move back to the east coast, I’ve been missing it.  I kinda gave up looking for an instructor, and settled on the fact that Yoga was a thing of my past.  Until Stephanie…

She began talking about her yoga class, and the benefits of it, she talked on and on about what yoga does for your body and how it sweetens your insides (not her exact words :) ) and how it makes her feel.  If I had never done yoga before, I would be “sold” on it just by hearing her energy for it.  She had this bright, healthy glow while she talked, and she engaged all of us women who were there.  It was so inspiring that I wanted to drop my towel and water bottle and drop to the floor into downward facing dog and breath.  This is exactly what I’ve been looking for, for months.

The next ray of sunshine came when she offered to show me her yoga studio, which was downstairs..from my gym..i couldn’t believe this, I’ve been coming to this gym now for 5 months and never knew this existed.  Her studio was awesome.  A beautiful wood floor, lavender colored walls, and it smelled soooo good.  And one of the nicest things I noticed was, there weren’t any mirrors.  So many times I practice yoga and get really unbalanced when I look into the mirror.  This lady was freaken awesome!!!

AND, she invited me to come to my first class for’s Thursday morning at 9:30, and I will be there with bells on.

This new friend was my Ray of Sunshine for the day.  She stirred up some dormant feelings that I had inside, about work outs, yoga and about being “happy” with our bodies.  Women can be so hard on themselves, and she reminded me to just “let it go.”  It was a short, but very sweet ray of sunshine that I needed today.

Do you run into your own Ray of Sunshine, do you meet people and say to yourself “wow, that person was really really nice.”  If you have, share it with me, go ahead and comment below and share your moment of sunshine.  It feels good to talk about it.

Have a beautiful day!

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Beef Stew…

Beef Stew…

Now who loves some beef stew? Or is it vegetable soup?  Are the one in the same?  We had a hankering for vegetable soup, or beef stew, whichever you want to call it.  We bought the ingredients yesterday, and I whipped it up this morning.  I added a few different things that I hadn’t added in my past beef stew endeavors.

I’m not a huge fan of meat, I mean I like it, but can certainly do without it.  When making this stew/soup it requires you (unless you purchase the already cut up beef) to cut up the chuck roast into 3/4 inch cubes.  Let me say YUK, and I mean YUK..I do not enjoy touching raw meat.  All kinds of weird things go through my mind when handling raw meat.  Yeah, you know what I mean…like where on earth has this meat come from.  At least that’s what I think. 


I began preparations this morning, I cut the 1lb slab of chuck roast, cooked it in 1tbls of oil, browned and then added onion, cooked for 5 minutes, and then added a fresh tomato from our garden.  I topped that off with 4 cans of beef broth, and 2 cups of water.  Then I  let that simmer for 45 minutes.  The house at this point is smelling awesome.

After the 45 minutes I add more water, a frozen back of soup veggies, cabbage, red skin potatoes and a few spices.  I let this whole stew brew for an additional 45 minutes and then it’s simmer time.  I think it was a total of an hour that it simmered.  I took it off the burner and will reheat it tonight before dinner.  It might possibly the best batch of beef stew that I have ever made.  I think the red skin potatoes and the cabbage add a little something different to it, and I know I’m going to LOVE it.

Beef Stew Recipe–yum!

Awesome Autumn salad…

Luscious Lima Bean Salad

  • SALAD:
  • 2 cups lima beans
  • 2 medium butternut squash peeled and diced into 1/2-inch cubes
  • 10 cloves garlic, peeled
  • Olive oil for roasting and sautéing (about 2 tablespoons total)
  • 3 red bell peppers
  • 2 leeks, rinsed and thinly sliced
  • 1/3 cup olive oil
  • 1/2 cup raspberry vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon minced fresh thyme or 11/2 teaspoons dried
  • 1 tablespoon cumin
  • 2 teaspoons celery seed
  • 2 teaspoons salt
  • Yield: 8 to 10 servings


Soft butternut squash and big tender lima beans are enough all by themselves. Add roasted garlic and red peppers as well as sweet sautéed leeks and raspberry vinegar, and the colors alone will bring you happiness. This dish has all the elements of late autumn comfort food.
  • Cook the lima beans in 5 cups of water  and set them aside to cool. Steam the squash in a vegetable steamer or boil it in 2 cups of water until it’s soft (about 8 minutes), drain, and set aside.
  • Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Mix the garlic with a tablespoon of olive oil in a small dish and bake for 15 to 20 minutes. Set it aside.
  • Brush the peppers with olive oil and roast them in the oven until they’re charred on the outside, about 25 to 30 minutes. You can also roast the peppers over an open flame, but when doing so, do not brush the peppers with oil.
  • Hold the peppers with tongs about an inch from the open flame and turn them so they are evenly charred, about 2 minutes per side. Place the roasted peppers in a paper bag and let them cool.
  • This steams the peppers so the skins come off easily. When they have cooled completely, peel off the skin, cut out the stem and seeds, and chop them into half-inch squares.
  • Heat a tablespoon of olive oil in a heavy skillet over a medium flame and sauté the leeks until they’re soft, about 3 minutes. Combine the lima beans, squash, garlic, peppers, and leeks in a large bowl and mix well.
  • For the dressing, whisk together the olive oil, vinegar, thyme, cumin, celery seed, and salt in a small bowl. Pour the dressing over the vegetables and mix well.

This salad looks amazing.  If you try it, post your comment and tell us how you liked it.  If you make the beef stew, comment and let us know how you like it.

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Go ahead, be inspired!

:) Stacey

Foods for Fall…

Foods for Fall…

Since fall is my favorite time of year, I decided to blog about  foods for fall.  I met a woman last year at a Wellness Seminar and she introduced me to eating foods that are in season.  At first I couldn’t grasp it, “foods in season.”  Then it hit me, she meant like corn on the cob for summer, pot pie for winter, and apples in the fall.  This was so interesting to me, as I love food..probably more then I should.  I did some research, and I decided to put some thought into the different foods of the season.  This fall I have been collecting soup recipes, I’m currently addicted to clipping recipes–or should I say “pinning them.”  I must have a hundred of them posted on my Pinterest Page.  And think about it, homemade soups keep us warm, and most of the ingredients ask for foods that are in season now.  Like pumpkin and squash (yummy), and adding in tomatoes (from our gardens) and fresh herbs.

Recipe for Pumpkin and Bacon Soup…

6 slices bacon, rind removed and chopped
1 large onion, finely diced
2 teaspoons crushed garlic
1 tablespoon oil
1 1/2 pound pumpkin, peeled and chopped
2 large potatoes, peeled and chopped
3 cups water blended with
3 teaspoons powdered chicken or bacon stock
1/2 cup finely chopped fresh herbs
1/2 cup thickened cream
salt and pepper, to taste
sour cream and fresh herbs to serve


Heat a large saucepan over a moderate heat. Cook bacon until lightly browned. Set aside.

Add the onion and garlic to the pan with the oil. Cook 3 – 4 minutes. Add pumpkin and potatoes. Cook for 5 minutes, then add the powdered stock. Cover and cook 20 minutes, or until vegetables are tender.

Puree soup using a blender or beat with a hand beater. Stir through bacon, herbs and cream. Season to taste. Garnish with a dollop of sour cream and fresh herbs. Serve hot with garlic bread.

Delicious bites…

In addition to eating fresh soups and veggies, I can’t leave out fresh fruits.  These pieces of heaven are delicious bites.  I love eating fruits all year round, and do not enjoy eating fruits in winter, that aren’t normally grown in the winter.  Or worse yet, ones that are shipped in from California and aren’t ripe or juicy.  For years I continued eating fruits like plums, peaches and nectarines all through winter.  I would get irritated if my nectarine would be hard as rocks when I was ready to enjoy it.  It wasn’t until recently that I stopped buying fruits during the winter months.  I froze blueberries, but they didn’t last a whole long way, not in my house :)

I decided to do away with fruits in the winter, and stick to dried fruits.  I have tried all kinds, and my favorites are apricots, prunes,  and dried kiwi.  It’s actually a nice change~

Dried_fruits : Dried fruits in bowls isolated on white

Can’t go wrong with foods for fall!

I would enjoy hearing some of your “foods for fall” that you love this time of year.  Take a minute to comment.

Have a super weekend, be inspired!


A New Look…

A New Look…

Sometimes we need “a change,” not always a big change, but something that is different.  For example;  in our daily lives, something different can change our mood, and even our outlook on what we are doing.  I know from experience that any small positive change in my day can generate motivation,  a smile, and some mental fuel to get things in gear.

I recently started this blogging website, with literally no experience.  I sit at my computer day in and day out typing and sharing stories about life.  I often sit and think “what the heck am I going to share today?”  What real life story can I share with millions of strangers?…and my typing platform can be boring.  So today I decided to change the Theme of the platform, one that is seasonally appropriate..It instantly changed my outlook on writing today.  I’m excited to share the new look, and maybe add new materials.

I also added a break…

Today I added a break by riding a quick 8 miles over lunch.  I put the dogs away, closed up the house and off I went.  I rode into town, up a few side streets and rode through Elizabethtown College.  I loved the breeze, the crisp air and the leaves falling on my bike helmet.  I wasn’t gone all that long, but it was long enough to add a new look to my day.  It was just enough of a break, to rev up my motivation and gear up for my afternoon tasks.  When I arrived back home I did 2 loads of laundry, and was able to put in another few hours of working on my home business.

So keep it simple…

Your new look to your day can be simple and easy.  Minor tweaks to your schedule, can make a huge impact on your day.  If you work from home, maybe switch your office around, if you work from your dining room table, (like me) then change your chair and look at something different.  Trust me, these small changes will be positive ones.

If you like the idea of working from home, or want a change in your life, then maybe you need to take a peek at this video, it better explains how I get to stay at home and earn a great living.

Your Change is Here

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Be Inspired!

:) Stacey

Craft Store, Homemade Candles and Sassy Water…

Craft Store Follow up…

So Friday I ended my week with exciting news, I was going to the Craft Store.  Well…if you read my last post, you read that I can be somewhat indecisive when it comes to making a decision.   Well, as it turns out, I had a very easy trip to the craft store, and I’m proud to say that I purchased…drum roll please…YARN.   I decided to knit yet another project.  I will be knitting a pair of socks…and it only took me 30 minutes to decide.  After perusing the 4 beautiful aisles, I managed to chose a gorgeous skein for my project.

On to Craft Project #2…

While at the craft store, my friend and I were able to gather the ingredients needed to begin making our own homemade candles.  THAT was so exciting.  We bought soy wax, and wax that smells like cinnamon. YUMMY…after 3 hours of melting wax and pouring our molds, we made 6 of our very own.  This was probably one of the best projects I’ve ever done.  So cool to make something like candles, if you’re a girl you know what I mean.  I buy candles weekly, and they can be costly.  These candles are just as good, and the best part is…THEY ARE HOMEMADE.  Anyone can do this, it’s simple.  And boy does the house smell good~Here’s how to make your own candles

Sassy Water…

Sassy Water. Photo by Debbwl This is a really good drink, it’s a recipe I found on Pinterest.  I am always looking for ways to jazz up my water.  I either add a Lemon slice, or I go crazy with Crystal Lite.  And if it’s Crystal Lite, it’s gotta be the lemonade.  Love that!  I came across this recipe for Sassy Water.  It’s made with ginger, lemon, mint and cucumber.  At first I wasn’t happy with the cucumber, I’d much rather eat that in my salad.  I stopped today and picked up the ingredients along with a pitcher, and whipped this up.  I left it sit in the fridge for about an hour, and I’m enjoying my first cup right now.  I hear it helps with digestion, and bloating.  Find the Recipe Here

Comment and share your thoughts.

Be Inspired..

:) Stacey

Crafts are in my Future…

Crafts, who doesn’t like to do them…

I’ve been a huge fan of crafts for years and years.  I’m so glad that my daughters are into them too.  I especially like doing crafts that I can do and then use them as gifts.  Crafts come in all shapes and sizes.  One of my favorite crafts is making ornaments, and then giving them away at Christmas time.  I also really enjoy knitting, cross stitch and making crafts out of colored paper.  I like to use all of the pretty colors.

Usually this time of year, it never fails, I commit to doing a craft.  Unless I am planning to give the crafts away, then it’s usually committing to a craft project.  It’s usually something that will keep my interest during the winter months.  One year I made these awesome Christmas cards for my entire family. There must have been like 50 of them.  They came out sooooo nice.  I used all different types of colors and glued on tiny Christmas trees and stars.  It was by far my personal best.  Then one year I knitted and felted a few purses, and gave them away.  Wow, were these a huge hit.  Knitting is something I taught myself to do years ago when we lived in Maine.  If you live in Maine, you knitted.  I knit hats, sweaters, gloves, socks and blankets.  It is truly my favorite thing to do! 

Time to hit the craft store…

This coming weekend my friend and I decided to visit our local craft store.  She would like to get a winter project going, and I have a few things I’d like to begin too.  I started a collection of teacher projects that I thought would be fun to do with my kids.  And then I thought I’d buy some yarn and maybe do a crochet project.  That is, if I can keep my fingers off of my knitting needles.  I also want to look into making my own candles.  Doesn’t that sound fun?  I found a great recipe for making homemade soy candles.  They too would make a good Christmas gift. So many crafty ideas out there.

I’m sure you have been on Pinterest?  Who hasn’t…right?  Well I have pinned so many things on my profile of projects to do for Halloween, and Christmas.  The tough part is going to be picking out the project to do first.  As many of you know, maybe from reading my older posts, is that I have a tough time “deciding” on things.  Too many decisions and I’m flustered beyond repair.  So tomorrow’s trip could very well be a frazzled day, but if all else fails I will stick with yarn, I can never go wrong with that.

If you enjoy doing crafts and want to share your latest project, please do.  Use the comment section below.  I’m always up for new crafty ideas.

Yum, homemade Playdough…

Click here for this Awesome Recipe=====I used to make this for my kids when they were younger.  It would last for a long time.  Add food coloring too!!

I will share my experience on Monday on how my decision making went at the craft store.  :)

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Have a super weekend!

Stacey :)

Are you Addicted to Shopping…

Are you Addicted to Shopping…

Do you enjoy shopping?  Are you the one who is always comparing prices, and then running to three different places to see if it’s cheaper?  Well, I am not a shopper, at all!  I get very uptight when I know I have to shop, and make a decision.  Sometimes there are just too many things to chose from and there is no way I’m ever getting outta there in less then an hour.  My family knows not to expect me to complete a task like “school shopping” in a reasonable amount of time.  My decision making skills are zilcho, capeesh, nodda, not happenin.

I’m not sure why though, because most women my age enjoy shopping.   Most women enjoy buying new things and getting the best deals.  I guess that’s why most of the women population own close to a hundred pairs of shoes.  UNREAL..

When I do decide to do a little shopping, I shop at stores that I know very well.  A store that has “my style” along with my size.  I do not enjoy trying clothes on, and god forbid if there is a line at the fitting room…”oh no, no way, I’m outta there.”  Some folks might think I have a shopping phobia or something strange like that.  But honestly, I blame it on my inability to make a decision.  If I LOVE LOVE LOVE  the blue shirt, but already have 50 blue ones just like it, I will talk myself into getting a green one, but once I’m home I wish I would have bought the blue one instead.  So it’s so mentally draining for me to shop.

And then there is grocery shopping…

My family knows that this task can take hours for me to accomplish, yet I LOVE to grocery shop.  Go figure!!  I absolutely love walking up and down every aisle, picking each item up, reading their labels, counting the calories and adding it’s price.  I love to find new and interesting things each time I grocery shop.   Do you shop with a list?  I do, but for some strange reason, I do no stick to the list. I will stray from the list and have been known to actually forget things on the list because I was too occupied with finding new things, that I forget about “the list” altogether.  I guess I enjoy grocery shopping because I enjoy cooking and eating and discovering new things.

To some, shopping is an addiction…

Would you consider yourself addicted to shopping?  Do you find personal satisfaction in shopping?  Some would say it’s instant gratification, what do you think? I know that some shoppers are so addicted that they shop every day, or at least they HAVE to buy something everyday.  Some people are addicted to one certain thing, like purses.  Others are addicted to buying CD’s, or movie CD’s.  Other people have more severe shopping addictions that they HAVE to buy the latest and greatest gadget.  Which ultimately drains their bank account, and that is super scary.

I know of a few people that are completely addicted to shopping online, and they enjoy getting that package delivered.  It’s super exciting for them to get the box delivered and then open it and see the purchase for the first time.  I’ve heard that there are even people who are buying online 24-7, now people…that is just really stupid.

I found this great article this morning, it’s a few pages of reading, but really really interesting.   Especially if you really enjoy shopping! Enjoy!

7 Costly Shopping Mistakes

Image: Shopping © Britt Erlanson, Taxi, Getty Images

I hope you found today’s blog somewhat interesting.  Comment below and tell me your thoughts on shopping.  Any great shopping stories to share?

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:) Stacey

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