Living Room Refresh

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

It’s been such a long time since my last living room post! I think the last one was about my EKTORP thrift find. So, almost 2 years…although I did talk about the new curtains in a house update earlier this year. So let’s start where we left off:

 
 

Not much changed in this room until I replaced the curtains at the end of last year. I loved the yellow ticking curtains, but they didn’t have enough visual impact. They blended in with the walls too much. So I replaced them with a pair of woven panels (Nate Berkus – Target). We have the same curtains in the master bedroom and I love them. I love the texture and the color is perfect. Unfortunately they don’t come in a longer size so I had to take the hem out for them to hit the floor. I’m thinking that maybe I should switch out the rod with a darker one too? What do you guys think?



So other than that, nothing else really changed until I was vacuuming a few weeks ago and noticed how shabby our rug was starting to look. In general, I’d say that our rug has held up really well over the past 4 years. It’s held up to years of wear from two big dogs, plus a few foster dogs and our newest doggie addition. It’s starting to show it age now though. There’s some bare spots in high traffic areas and the white parts are not as bright as they used to be.



I started searching for a new rug a couple weeks ago during Rug USA’s Memorial Day sale. I’ve been obsessed with this Distressed Persian rug (in blue) for months, so I thought for sure that’s what I would end up buying. BUT, after a bit more searching I completely fell for the Chroma Faded Gothic Medallion rug (in grey, of course). I read tons of reviews and looked at all of the customer pictures before pushing the buy button. In the end I couldn’t resist the price and positive feedback.



It arrived a couple weeks ago and we finally unrolled it this weekend. I love it! I was nervous about how it would look in person, but the pattern and colors are perfect. It’s so pretty! And it’s not a loop rug, so it should hold up to doggie nails better than our last one and the color will definitely hide dirt better. 




Now that I have a new rug, I want a new coffee table. I think I’m going to get this metal and marble one from West Elm. I love the look of it and so does Adam. We also like how much sturdier it looks vs. our current table. The legs on our current table are getting a little wobbly and one of them won’t tighten anymore. I think the box shape will hold up to getting moved around more than our current table’s design. Although the price is a little high, so I'm looking around for alternatives...


Other than that, I need new pillows for the couch. Our current ones don’t match the rug and are getting a little worn too. I don’t change my pillows out every season and we actually use them when we watch TV, so they get a lot of wear all year long. With the busy design of the rug, I wanted to keep the pillows simple, so I ordered three of these navy covers. The pattern is subtle enough to not compete with the rug, but is more exciting than plain navy.



So that’s our living room refresh plan. Hopefully I can get everything pulled together soon so I can share an update within the next month or so. I can’t wait to see how it all looks together!



FabFitFun Summer 2017 Box

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Last year for my 30th birthday I wrote a list of 30 things I wanted to do in my 30th year (you can see the full list here). One of the items on my list was to “spoil myself with something lovely”. I intentionally left it vague because I wasn’t quite sure what I wanted to buy for myself. I was originally thinking jewelry, but I have a lot of nice jewelry already and I don’t wear most of it.

So I kept thinking about it and couldn’t come up with the perfect thing. Then last month Adam’s sister-in-law and I started talking about the FabFitFun subscription box. Neither of us had tried it, but we talked about watching videos of people opening their box and how fun it would be to get our own (one of my friends has a subscription and really likes it too). And then I realized, this is how I could treat myself! So I signed up for a year subscription! It’s not exactly what I had in mind, but it’s been so much fun already. Plus I have three more boxes coming so it’s the gift that keeps on giving.


My summer box arrived over the weekend, so I thought it would be fun to share everything that was in this season’s box. The first item is a Michael Stars Ruana ($54 value). It can be worn a lot of different ways, but I’ll probably use it as a scarf or pool cover-up. I picked the black and white alligator print because I figured it would go with everything. Honestly, this is something that I would never buy myself, so getting it in this box was a fun surprise.


The next item is a Kris Nations Mystic Bar Necklace ($58 value). Isn’t the glass bottle packaging so cute! I picked the howlite in silver, which is supposed to enhance intuition and promote calmness. This necklace will look good with so many different outfits.


Also in the box was a BKR glass water bottle ($35 value). I picked this blue color, but it was also available in pink. These first three items listed were announced before the box shipped and if you’re an annual subscriber, you could pick your colors. Otherwise, they ship a random color/design. I would have been happy with either color water bottle, but I was relieved to pick my Ruana design (I didn’t like one of the colors).


The next three items were a surprise. The first item is Juice Beauty Smoothing Eye Concentrate ($29 value) and I’m really excited to try it. My under eye area could use some help (ugh, wrinkles) so hopefully this will help. The next item is Avene Eau Thermale Ultra-Light Hydrating Sunscreen ($24 value). I already use a SPF 45 moisturizer every day, so I don’t really need this item, but I’m willing to try it…maybe I’ll like it more than my current product. And finally, in the box was this Cargo HD Picture Perfect Highlighter in Bronze ($30 value). I don’t currently use a bronzer, but I’m trying to up my makeup game, so this will be fun to try.


Next up was a mystery choice item. Before our boxes shipped we could pick either a mystery fitness or beauty item. I picked fitness and was sent Way of Will Post Training Massage Oil ($29.50 value). It says that it provides a soothing and cooling sensation, so this will probably feel amazing on sore muscles…now I actually need to go to the gym.


The last item was another mystery choice. We had to pick between traveler, artist/DIY, or chef. I had such a hard time choosing, but I ended up picking artist/DIY. The item was an Amy Tangerine Art Kit ($22 value) and honestly, it was a pretty disappointing item for someone who is already crafty. It’s basically just a canvas and cheap letter stencil, plus paints and a brush/foam stamper. I wish I would have picked chef. I saw on another review post that it was a Himalayan Pink Salt Kit.


Overall I’m really happy with my box. I wouldn’t have picked most of the items out myself, but that’s kind of the point. My box included $280 worth of products for only $45 ($180 annual subscription/4 seasonal boxes). I also love that everything is full size. Years ago I subscribed to Birchbox, but that only includes sample sizes (for the most part) and I started collecting WAY too many of those. Of course it’s cheaper than FabFitFun, but I think it’s worth the extra money for full size items.

If you want to try FabFitFun, you can use this link to save $10 off your first box. You can always just sign up for one box using the code and get everything above for $40, then cancel if you don’t want to spend the money every quarter.

OK, who else subscribes to FabFitFun? Or what other subscription boxes do you like? We used to get Bark Box for the dogs, but it started to get too much (although it was fun while it lasted and now Ringo thinks every package is his Bark Box).


The Truth About DIY Epoxy Floors

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Our garage floor is finally done and I’m so relieved that this project is finally over! 

*This post contains affiliate links

I feel like this was the longest project ever, but most of the time was spent waiting for the epoxy kits to be delivered. As a quick refresher, we planned to makeover the garage for the spring One Room Challenge, but weren’t able to finish in time because of this floor project. The first pair of epoxy kits from Home Depot were damaged in transit and never made it to our doorstep. I reordered the kits from Wal-Mart and those actually got delivered…but one was damaged. So, we took that one back to the store and I reordered another kit. Eventually that one was delivered in one piece, but by then the challenge was over. We had family visiting the next weekend and were both sick the following weekend, so the floor project that was planned for the end of April didn’t get started until the end of May.


Before I start rambling about the process, let’s look at some before/after pictures. The before picture is where we left off at the end of the One Room Challenge and the after is as of two days ago.



Isn’t it a huge change! It looks (and is) so much cleaner in there now. We’re both really happy with how the floor turned out and we really hope it holds up well.

I’m not going to share a step by step tutorial for this project. There are already some really good videos and guides out there to watch/read if you want to epoxy your floors. Today I just want to share my honest opinion about taking on this project, plus share a few tips that we found to be helpful.


Oh, but first let’s talk about the products that we used and why we picked them. For the floor we used Rust-Oleum EpoxyShield Professional in Silver Gray plus the Rust-Oleum EpoxyShield Clear Finish. One of my friends did this project last summer and those were the products that he recommended. He’s had no issues with his floors for the past year, so we felt good about following his suggestions. We also did a lot of research/read a lot of reviews about the regular EpoxyShield kit (water based) vs. the professional one (solvent based). The professional kit is a little more expensive and not available in stores, but from what we read, it sounded like it would hold up better in the long run. For us, it was worth the extra money and time/effort getting the product shipped to us.


OK, now let’s get into the meat of this post. Going into the project I thought it was going to be fairly easy and inexpensive. I even pinned a few posts that say in big letters “Easy Garage Makeover” or “Easy Garage Floor Coating”. Once we started doing more research and pricing out all of the supplies…yeah, it’s not easy or inexpensive.


Truth: It’s Time Consuming

This is not a quick and easy project. You need one day to prep the floors and then you have to wait at least a day for them to fully dry. Then you paint the first coat, wait a day to paint the second coat, and then wait another day to put of the final gloss coat. Finally you have to wait three days for it to cure. You can walk on the floors after like 12-16 hours, but no heavy traffic or driving until it’s fully cured.


I’m glad that we ended up doing this project over a long holiday weekend. We spent Saturday prepping the floors (degreaser, chemical etch, and rinsing), Sunday we painted the first coat, and Monday we painted the second coat plus the decorative chips. By Tuesday we were exhausted and we didn’t end up doing the gloss coat until Friday night.


So make sure you set aside a full weekend plus a couple week days for this project. You can’t do it over two separate weekends. The instructions for the clear coat state that it must be applied within five days of the epoxy coat or you have to sand before applying. Sanding sucks, so do it within five days.

(first coat)


Truth: It’s Expensive

Before I really started researching this project I thought it was going to cost about $200. I figured the kit was about $100 plus maybe another $100 for the rest of the supplies. Yeah, I was WAY off. I haven’t added up all of my receipts, but I think it ended up costing over $400.


Most of the tutorials I read from bloggers did not mention needing to buy more than one kit or doing a second coat or clear coat. One of them has pictures of just one kit, but when you read through the comments they actually used 9 of them! Of course that’s more than your average garage would need, but if you have a 2 car garage, I would plan on buying two kits in order to do two coats. I would also recommend adding the clear coat. It’s an extra hundred dollars, but it’s totally worth it in my opinion. It makes everything smoother (easier to clean) and protects the color flakes from peeling and getting dirty. You can also mix in the anti-slip beads that’ll keep it from being so slippery when wet.

Each kit is about $100 plus another $100 for the clear coat, so we’re already at $300 for this project. You’ll also need to purchase degreaser, concrete etch, brushes/rollers/buckets that you can trash after each use, hard bristle brooms, and plus other supplies that will probably push your total over the $400 mark. I don’t say this to discourage you, I just don’t want anyone to be surprised how much it actually costs when you start pricing everything out.



(second coat)


And with that, let’s move on to tips/notes about this project. The biggest tip (actually it’s a must) is teamwork. If you are doing a two-car garage or larger, you need two people. Depending on the temperature, you only have a certain amount of time to use the epoxy once it’s mixed. We did our floors in late May (and we live in Phoenix), so as you can guess, it was really hot outside so we had less than 2 hours of epoxy pot life. Honestly, we cut it close on both coats and you could feel the difference in the epoxy as time went on. There’s no way we could have finished in time with just one of us.



Our second tip is all about prep. As much as we all hate prep work, it’s SO important for this project. To ensure proper adhesion and no hot tire pickup, you have to prep your concrete as instructed. We watched lots of videos and read the instructions carefully to make sure we properly prepped the surface. You’ll also want to fill in any cracks and caulk any gaps. The seams in our garage floor were really deep, so we caulked all of the seams. We didn’t fill them completely, but enough to make them easier to paint over. We have a couple small chunks missing in our floor and we didn’t fill them, but I wish we would have. I didn’t think they’d be that noticeable and they really aren’t, but it would have looked better overall. 

(after cleaning)

The next tip is all about the color flakes. They’re listed as optional, but I think that they’re a must. They hide a lot of imperfections in the floor and epoxy. The trick is to not obsess over making them look perfect - it’s not going to happen. Just try to sprinkle them as evenly as possible throughout. We used a drink shaker to sprinkle ours, but a lot of people just toss theirs into the air. The trick is to do small handfuls and throw them high so they have time to spread out and don’t just fall in a clump. We added quite a bit of chips and ended up with two full bags leftover, so don’t worry about not having enough.



Lastly, follow the instructions provided with the kit. All of the videos and tips online are helpful, but you should stick with the provided instructions for exact information. Like I said above, the instructions specify certain timeframes for each step and they need to be followed.


If you’ve been planning on trying this project, I hope I didn’t just scare you off. It’s totally doable and I’d encourage you to try it if you’ve been thinking about it. I just want to set realistic expectations. I mentioned above that it’s expensive, but it’s definitely not as expensive as hiring someone to do it for you. We saw a coupon in an ad that advertised $899 for one color for a 2-car garage, so we saved at least $500 doing it ourselves (I don’t think that add included the clear coat)!


Linking up with:


A New Addition #fosterfail

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Remember when I said last week that our foster dog Jelly was going to leave on Wednesday and we were super sad about it, but it was for the best? Well, Jelly is still here. We talked about it, weighed the pros/cons last weekend and decided that we couldn’t let her go…so we adopted her!


We’re officially outnumbered! My dad thinks were crazy for having three dogs (and maybe we are), but we completely fell in love with little Jelly and couldn’t stand the thought of not having her around. She gets along great with Abby and Ringo. She is not dominant at all and is perfectly fine being third banana in the house, so we haven’t had a single fight or even a scuffle.



She’s such a sweet and loving little girl. She loves cuddling on the couch and giving lots of good morning kisses. She seriously get so excited when we wake up. She also likes her alone time too though. She spends a lot of time outside by herself or just hanging out in her crate or under the guest bed. She’s definitely an easy dog and that was a big factor in our decision to keep her.



Jelly was found as a stray, so we don’t know very much about her past. She ended up on death row because of a cold, but luckily the rescue saved her from being euthanized. She was pulled from the pound in June 2015 and lived with the head of the rescue until recently. Then Jelly was moved into a boarding facility until another foster could be found or until the May transport left.
While she was in boarding she was attacked by another dog, which is where we come in. We wanted to take a long break after Macey, but we couldn’t say no to the desperate pleas to get her out of there. She’s all healed now, but still has some bald spots from a couple of the wounds. I think the hair will grow back eventually, but if not, it just adds to her quirky look. I seriously can't believe that in two years no one wanted to adopt this girl...I guess she was just meant to be ours!


We took her to the vet on Monday and he said that she’s part lab mixed with who knows what. She’s 35 pounds (half Ringo’s weight) and about 3 years old. I’m seriously considering getting one of those dog DNA kits to see what she’s mixed with…mostly just out of curiosity.



So that’s the story of how our family of four grew to five. We’re visiting my parents for a weekend at the end of June, so that’ll be our first test of traveling with an extra dog. As for fostering, we might try again in the future, but we’re definitely going to take a long break while we figure out our new routine/dynamic. Anyone else have more than two dogs? Are we crazy? Don’t answer that!


 

Friday Five

Friday, May 19, 2017

One – Jelly


Our sweet foster dog Jelly leaves on Wednesday and I’m so sad. She’s such a great little dog and she gets along with Ringo and Abby really well. We were seriously considering keeping her, but I just don’t think three dogs will work out long term. We probably wouldn’t be able to foster anymore and it would be harder to travel with another dog. It was a really difficult decision, but I think it’s for the best (I hope). I already know that I’m going to be a complete mess when we drop her off.


The rescue that we work with is still in need of donations for the transport (Jelly plus 40+ other dogs are headed to the Pacific Northwest), so if you are interested in donating, you can do so here. Every little bit helps!



Two – Vegetable Garden


Adam and I started a vegetable garden back in March. We planted tomatoes, bell pepper, and jalapenos. We had a bit of a rough start (the tomatoes almost died) and we lost one plant to a digging dog, but it seems like our hard work is paying off. Our tomato plants actually have tomatoes on them! I noticed the baby tomatoes earlier this week and we were both so excited to see something actually happening. I can’t wait to eat the first tomato from our garden (hopefully they keep growing)! If anyone has any vegetable garden advice, let me know!



Three – Stomach Bug


Earlier this week I was completely wiped out by a stomach bug. I woke up super sick late Monday night and couldn’t even keep down a sip water until late Tuesday morning. It was rough! We spent last weekend with Adam’s family and all of them got it too. Adam said sick Tuesday night, but he didn’t get hit as bad as the rest of us. Thankfully I’m feeling better now – mostly just a little dehydrated.



Four –  Phoenix Zoo


A couple weekends ago my friend Michelle and I went to the Phoenix Zoo. Her annual pass expires at the end of the month and I promised to go with her one last time before then. We went early in the morning before it got too hot out and it was a lot of fun (although it was still hot). We ended up being the first in line to feed the giraffes that day. That’s definitely my favorite part of the zoo!



Five – Big Little Lies



While Adam and I were home sick on Wednesday we started watching Big Little Lies. I’ve been begging him to watch it with me since I started, but he wasn’t really interested. When his family was here visiting last weekend his brother and sister-in-law started talking about it and they convinced him to give it a chance. We have three episodes left, so we’ll probably finish it this weekend. I like it so far…no spoilers!

 
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend! Anything fun planned? I’m going to a baby shower on Saturday and then we’re going to see The Book of Mormon on Sunday! I’m so excited! I’ve been wanting to see it for so long!


Linking Up With:
 
 
 

ORC Week 6 – Garage Reveal Delayed

Thursday, May 11, 2017

It’s the sixth and final week of the One Room Challenge, which means it’s reveal day! Did you see the official participants finished rooms yesterday? If not, check them out here. You can also see all of the linking participants finished room here. I’m so excited to go through all of them! There were some amazing projects going on this round.

Unfortunately I don’t have a completed garage to share with you all today. Our entire makeover got derailed due to shipping delays. As I mentioned last week, the epoxy kits for our floors were damaged in shipping. After some drama with that order, I reordered from another store. The kits arrived on Monday and one of them was damaged, so I returned that one and ordered another kit. The second kit is supposed to be here tomorrow, so we should be able to finish the floors this weekend. Please send good vibes our way for tomorrow’s delivery. If another kit gets damaged, I’m seriously going to lose it.


Anyway, let’s focus on the positives and talk about the progress that we’ve made over the past six weeks. This is what our garage looked like when we started this project.



It was a serious mess so we spent the first couple weeks cleaning it out. We painted the walls a fresh coat of white and painted the door red to match our front door. We also moved everything out of the garage in preparation for our DIY epoxy floors. So, this is where we are at today – a freshly painted, empty garage (ignore the streaky door - it's just the lighting). 




I created a little entry area by the door to the laundry room. As you can see, it was a total mess before, but now we have a place to hang jackets, leashes and reusable shopping bags. I’m debating adding another hook, but they only come in sets of 3 so I’m not sure if it’s worth it. I’m not 100% sure on the rug and I’ll probably add some art above the hooks, but this area is pretty much done besides that.





Although it’s not noticeable in pictures, we also updated the lighting. We had an electrician replace the single bulb that was hanging before and add two additional lights. It’s so nice to have the extra light in here now. I also replaced the beige switch and outlets with new white ones.



That’s really as far as we were able to get on this project without finished floors. So just imagine gray speckled epoxy floors, a workbench and pegboard on the left side, and storage on the right – with enough room for both of us to park our cars. It’s going to look so good! I’ll add a floor update to this post when they’re done…hopefully this weekend! 

I want to thank Linda for hosting the One Room Challenge. Although we didn’t finish, we’ve made so much more progress than we would have without the challenge. Let’s be honest, the garage would still look like the before pictures and I’d still be parking outside. Even though the challenge is over, we’re going to keep working on the garage, so hopefully I’ll have an actual reveal soon!



*Update 6/13/17: The floors are done! Read all about them here

 
 

 

ORC Week 5 – It’s Electric!

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Welcome to Week 5 of the One Room Challenge! It’s the final week before the big reveal and I have very little to show you. 

We were supposed to epoxy the floors over the weekend, but our delivery was delayed. The epoxy kits that we ordered from Home Depot were scheduled to arrive last Thursday, but apparently they were damaged in shipping. I wasn't super happy with the way customer service handled the issue, so I’ve cancelled that order and reordered the kits from Wal-Mart. They won’t be here until Monday and it’s a multi-day process so the floors will definitely not be done before next week’s reveal post. So, that totally screwed up our weekend plans and my whole makeover timeline.



OK, before I start getting annoyed about the floors again, let’s talk about the progress that we have made. As you can see above, the garage is empty. We thought we would be working on the floors last weekend, so we emptied everything out in preparation. Of course it turns out we didn’t need to do that yet and we’re living with a huge mess in the house for another week. No joke – look at our guest bathroom tub! Even Ringo and Abby are annoyed by the mess (Ringo likes to sleep in the tub).



We had an electrician come yesterday to update the lighting in the garage. Previously, there was a single bulb lighting the space, which was not effective. We had the electrician add two additional lights to the garage and replaced the single bulb “fixture” with an actual light. The new lights are integrated LEDs so no bulbs are required. Unfortunately, one of the fixtures was cracked so it didn’t get installed, but we have the wiring set up so we’ll have it installed by next week. 



So for the reveal next week, I hoping to have the entry area complete and the pegboard installed. Pretty much everything else has to wait until the floors are complete, so I’ll have to post an update when they’re done. 


Don’t forget to check out the official participants here and other linking participants here! One more week!




ORC Week 4 – The Red Door

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Welcome to Week 4 of the One Room Challenge! Only two more weeks until the big reveal! I’m not going to lie, I’m definitely concerned about finishing in time. I was hoping to get a lot more done last weekend, but it just didn’t happen. BUT, I did cross a couple things off my list, so let’s focus on those.

The door that goes from the garage to the laundry got a fresh, bright coat of red paint (actually like 4 coats). I painted our front door red over four years ago and still love it, so I decided to stick with that color (Geranium by Behr). I still had leftover paint from the front door so this project didn’t cost me a dime!



We’ve also started to move everything out of the garage. We are going to epoxy the floors this weekend, so we need everything out before then. We’ve moved a lot out already, but obviously we still have a lot more to go.


As I just mentioned, our biggest project is happening this weekend – we’re redoing the garage floors! We’ve been doing a lot of research about applying epoxy and we’re getting nervous about the amount of work we have ahead of ourselves. I feel like some of the tutorials I’ve read previously didn’t make it sound like a very hard project, but they definitely downplayed the amount of prep work that’s required. I also feel like they don’t truly mention how expensive it is…I’ll do a full budget breakdown next week, but it’s definitely in the $300-$400 range. Obviously that’s a lot cheaper than hiring someone, but it’s still a decent chunk of change. OK, rant over. Anyway, wish us luck!

Completely unrelated, but not really because it explains where our extra time is going – we got another foster dog. Her name is Jelly (short for Angelica) and we’ll have her for a month. We’re fostering through the same rescue and same transport program as we did for Lilly and Macey. It’s still early, but so far she's getting along with Ringo and Abby and things are going well so we're cautiously optimistic. 



Don’t forget to check out the official One Room Challenge participants here and the guest participants here! I’m seriously getting so excited to see how the other rooms turn out!




ORC Week 3 – Fresh White Walls

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Can you believe it’s already the halfway point of the One Room Challenge?!?! The past few weeks have flown by and I’m definitely nervous about finishing in time. I need to kick it into overdrive for the next couple of weeks! Fortunately, we had a productive weekend and I actually have some noticeable progress to share today.

Our biggest accomplishment of the week was painting the garage walls. They didn’t seem that bad until we moved everything away from the walls and started painting them a brighter white. I picked Whisper White from the Home Decorators Collection by Behr and I’m really happy with the color. It looks so clean in there now!


The door and door trim are the original color and everything else is the fresh, new white.


You guys, painting a garage is no joke. It’s already getting hot in Phoenix and we don’t have any fans in there, so we were getting pretty sweaty by the end. Luckily it only needed one coat plus touchups!


In other news, I’ve started my paint project. I’m condensing all of the leftover paint cans into glass mason jars. It’ll save SO much space and keep the paint fresher. I’m writing the room on the top of each jar and I have a file on my phone and computer with the rest of the details (brand, paint name, sheen, formula). Although now I’m wondering if I should have written the paint name on the jars and listed the room in the file instead…


My goals for this week are to paint the door (and possibly add trim), plank the wall for the entry area, and change the beige switch and outlets to white ones. The pegboard was delivered yesterday, so hopefully we can get that hung too. I just need to buy the workbench and get it set up so I know where I need to hang the pegboard.

Don’t forget to check out the official participants (here) and the other guest participants (here)! There are so many fun room makeovers going on! I’m seriously so impressed by the progress that everyone is making on their spaces. Seriously, some people took on such huge projects and I’m seriously in awe of what they’ve accomplished in a just a few short weeks!



Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...