Continuing on with my seasonal creative makeup looks, I did this snowman look inspired by @vocallyshook. To be honest I have not built a snowman in many years… I think the last one I made was in college and then for a class assignment we had to do something against social norms, which promptly lead to me making at least part of the snowman in my bikini. It was extremely cold, and I regretted it immediately. But hey it led to an interesting memory and photo (not that I’m showing it on here).
I’ve been away from my blog for the better part of the year. I love writing and coming up with content, but with a massive work project since like May I haven’t been able to focus much on my blog. Now that the project is over, I want to get back into blogging. So to do this which it’s about to be the holiday season, I thought I would take on Blogmas. Something I haven’t done in years.
It’s Christmas time! And we’ve decorated my mom’s townhouse with all the decorations from snowman to Christmas tree to centerpiece on the table. This is my mom’s first time having a “pretty” tree as she puts it. Meaning, not putting up all the ornaments my sister and I made over the years when we were kids. Which caused my sister, Lucy, to get frustrated since she wasn’t excepting it. Especially considering this is also the first year my mom put up a fake tree not a real Fraiser tree. And I sided with my mom with the fake tree with the non-childhood ornamenets. We decided to go with a gold and red theme for the tree as my mom found ornaments of that color pattern that she loved. Plus it’s also the colors of my sister’s favorite hockey team, so once I pointed that out she was happier with the tree. I personally would love to have my blue and bronze ornaments with white woodland creatures, but I’m apparently the only one in our family that loves that. Hopefully next year I can bring that back. But for the meantime, I’m quite happy with this tree. So here is a little photo diary of our Christmas decorations.
Hope everyone is having a wonderful day. Yesterday was interesting, we drove up to Duluth, MN in the drizzling rain to see their big Christmas light display. Which was a two and a half hour drive in each direction. We reached Bentleyville at 5 o’ clock which was right in time for the gates to open to allow us into the Christmas light village. The place was absolutely beautiful and took about 40 minutes to…