Hello everyone, what are you up to today? It’s a chilly Sunday morning, and I’m a little congested. It’s 44 degrees outside right now, but it feels like 36 degrees. Today, we decided to stay home, relax, and have a cup of hot cocoa. I love hot cocoa! I mean, who doesn’t?
Also, today I’ am going to share the new eyeshadow tutorial that I filmed a few days ago. In this video, I’m using my eyeshadow palette from #LoracCosmetics (Lorac Mega Pro 4).
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Gosh, this is my most favorite eyeshadow palette so far. I love how pigmented and vibrant the shades are. They’re gorgeous!♥ You can check the product details on the description area below the video, and on the video screen itself. I hope you will like this video. If you do, don’t forget to give it a thumbs up and subscribe. Thank you all for stopping by and supporting my blog. Have a beautiful Sunday to all!
So, I made my second makeup video tutorial today. As you can see in my video, I am still a little hesitant, lol. I am a photographer, and I am comfortable in front of a camera for picture taking only. On the flip side, I am not comfortable when it comes to filming myself like this video tutorial thingy. It’s so out of my comfort zone! However, I decided to do this to share my passion for makeup with you guys. It’s the same thing with my love for photography.
In this video tutorial, I was playing with the new makeup palette that a lovely friend of mine gave me. It’s a Laura Geller New York makeup palette. It’s my very first time using this brand, and I’m telling you now I loved it! Hopefully, you will like it. I will appreciate any feedback from you guys ♥♥♥.
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We were speechifying this morning whether we should go to the Boardwalk in Shreveport, eat at Joe’s Crab Shack, or have lunch and take the boys somewhere closer. Maybe, if the weather were a little warmer, it would have been a big yes going to Shreveport. But with this nasty and windy weather, kids don’t enjoy much (I know them very well, lol ). So, we decided to go to the mall and get some food first before heading to Tilt Studio. Of course, when they heard that we are taking them to Tilt Studio, they couldn’t wait for long, hahaha. We want them to have fun, plus they love this place (Tilt Studio) very much! Seeing them having fun and enjoying every moment of it is everything for us. We had a perfect Saturday!
Hi guys, and how are you doing? I have been a little busy these past few days, especially today. I have my clients’ photos that I need to finish and be ready by Tuesday. Also, tomorrow is back to school for my kiddos. So, this day is one of those multitasking days. Not just that, I wasn’t feeling since last night until earlier this evening, but I need to get things done. So I must say, I am restless today.
Anyway, I want to share my first eyeshadow tutorial with you guys. I always love makeup stuff but never get the chance to make any tutorial about it because I feel awkward sometimes about sharing my makeup routine to the world. Well, some of my friends were asking me if I could make an easy tutorial on how I do my makeup. So, here it is! I hope you will give this video a thumbs up if ever you will like it. If not, no worries! ♥♥♥ All product details I am using in this tutorial are listed on the screen.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL! Last week, we were finally able to check the house in Branson, Missouri, that’s on the market. Sean and I had been browsing homes in Branson online, but we always come back to this one house that we checked last week. When we first saw this house posted on the market, we both looked at each other and, at the same time, said, “Oh, this house is beautiful!” We’ve been praying for this house since we saw it on the market, and we are still praying continuously for this specific house.
“When you pray for something, be specific.”
When we were at the house location, we were almost speechless. Built-in 1978, this gorgeous home is ready to move-in. Very well taken care of, and 90-95% completed. Even the basement is fully functional. It has an open space inside with lots and lots of storage cabinets — at least four bathrooms. The master bathroom size shocked us the most – it’s like another master bedroom size, golly! We fell in love with the antique vibe of this house. I think the only words that came out from my mouth the whole time were, “oh, my goodness!”And, so as Sean. Well, see what’s going to happen next. We will continue to pray and let God do the rest.
We eyeballed that house for an hour. After the house viewing, we went to the boardwalk and had fun for a little bit. It was a great day for us!
Seven hours of road trip sounds very tiring, especially when you have kids (two boys and one dog). They were good, and so behaved all the way. Even my 8-year-old didn’t take a nap at all. He was looking with all those road signs, including the distance signs on how many miles more to go to Springfield, Mo. It was a very peaceful trip — no kid’s fight at the back seat; no argument regarding their toys; and most of all, our fur-baby (dog) was such a good rider all the way. That was one good trip. We are so proud of them!♥♥♥