On yet another whim, I commented on a LuLaRoe entry to win a free pair of mystery leggings. It was Friday the 13th, so the consultant, Kara, said to comment with your favorite horror film. I'm not a fan of horror flicks because they mess with my head, so I responded with "Call the Midwife" and went about my day. Now, before you're like, "What?! I love that show!", I love it as well. However, my husband's comment in regards to the show came to mind. He would say, "I don't need to be in the room with you to figure out what your watching. The screams tell all." Makes me laugh every time. It's true. There was a lot of yelling, screaming, etc in that show. Those women were birthing those babies without pain assistance!
Thus I commented with the horrors of giving birth in mind, and went about my day. Some time later I received a FB notification stating that I won! Excitedly, I messaged the rep with a note of gratitude, my size and home address!
Mystery leggings. Mystery leggings were en route to my home. Would the print of these mystery leggings match the only IRMA I own?? If not, would I have something else to match? I was in such suspense, but I didn't have to wait long. When the time came for mail delivery, the boys and I watched from the kitchen window. Was that a package?? They beat me to the mail box. (Hey! No judging. It's the little things.)
I wasted no time wearing my prize on a planned trip to my sister's.
Top: Irma by LuLaRoe (from Megan Cook)
Leggings: LuLaRoe (from Kara Leary)
Shoes: Nordstrom Rack
Necklace: Triplet (Online Catalog)
Linking up with Elegantly Fashionable today and Beauty 101 by Lisa
Allow me to share a few pictures from our city market adventures in Uptown Columbus, which happens to be a military town. Quite appropriate considering that was the weekend before Memorial Day.
I wanted to buy something from every tent! Vendors beckoned potential patrons to sample their homemade goodies. From signs, flowers, bat houses to jams, jellies, barbecue sauce, farm fresh eggs, yogurt, and milk, there seem to be no end of talent and creativity.
As you can see from the pictures, we stopped for flowers and empanadas. Empanadas. A Puerto Rican specialty that neither, my sister nor I, can make. Tsk. Tsk.
"Would you like chicken, beef, or guava and cream cheese?" Yes. Yes. And, yes.
Before departing the sweet market, we strolled down to the river where our only mishap occurred...
That stinks. He was a champ but I'm fairly certain that shirt is done for. At least we were getting ready to leave.
What do you think about the legging craze that continues to live on? And do you frequent a local market? If so, what's your usual?
Well, that's plenty for today my reader friends. Thank you for sharing in my adventures!