Thursday, November 1, 2018
How to look chic at the Polls...
**Set adapted from @Styleboardcrea_**
So, Election day is around the corner and I tell you that it is one of those places you plan your outfits in advance for. The current situation is that there are long lines in most polling places. I went to the polling place in my precinct a few days ago to fulfill my civic responsibility by casting an early vote/absentee ballot because I know I would not have time to stay in line on the 6th and I tell you, there was a long line there though I went during non rush hours. So, if you plan on going some place where you have to wait on the line, this outfit is an inspiration for you. Put on the season's trendy pieces and complete the look with comfortable shoes and you will definitely count on looking comfortable and chic at the Polls. If the weather is going to be cold, add on light layers that you can easily take off and hold in your arms or take a tote along to store your things. Just leave the heavy jacket in the car. And do not forget the snacks or bottle of water too or a bottle of hand lotion to use when your hands get dry. Be stylish and comfortable wherever you go ladies and thanks so much for reading.
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Happy Birthday to me in my Fall Casual Style
It's my birthday 😃 Words cannot express how grateful and happy I am feeling right now. I thank God for his mercy and love towards me and for his divine love and protection over me and my family and friends. *insert dancing emoji here** Having my birthday on October 31st which is Halloween holiday in the United States evokes mixed emotions in me whenever my birthday comes around every year because I do not celebrate Halloween. I just do not understand much nor do I like why and how the holiday is celebrated. I like the idea of kids dressing up in fun costumes and getting treats but really, really do not like all the gothic and ghostly décor and all the horror and scare surrounding the holiday and its celebration. I do not like spooky and horror movies too so maybe that's why...And then, statistics show that kids get hurt more on and around Halloween holiday when they go trick or treating especially by drunk drivers who are reckless and negligent. Some states are proposing limiting the age of kids who can trick or treat on Halloween to under twelve years probably to limit the number of kids on the streets on Halloween. Forgive me for my rant if you are into Halloween but please, be safe and pray for your kids before you send them out. I thank God the celebration is optional too as with other holidays 😊 The celebration that is not optional for me however, is my birthday. I'm glad I was able to have an enjoyable day with my family.
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