Friday, January 22, 2016

Things I'm Loving

Happy Friday, Friends!  Since this weekend is a cold and rainy one for many (still praying to maybe, just maybe, see some snow here) and a snowy one for others, I thought it would be fun to share a few things that have captured my attention recently.  I hope y'all enjoy!



Here is something that will for sure be a bright spot on your Instagram feed. Botanical artist, Bridget Beth Collins, shares her floral artwork that is pretty incredible on her Instagram (@Flora.Forager).  I had a hard time deciding which of her photos to share because each and every one is pretty amazing! They never fail to put a smile on my face.  Go follow her now! 

       

I am so going to try this!  I saw it on Pinterest and couldn't get over how yummy and clever these are.  How perfect are they for Valentine's Day?!  They are like an inverted chocolate covered strawberry.

Three // Jergens Wet Skin Moisturizer 


Do yourself a favor and buy some of this now!  One thing that I never find the time to do (#momlife) is moisturize my skin.  As I was complaining about my dry skin, my sister recommended this to me and it is amazing!  You simply apply it to your wet skin right as you get out of your shower/bath then dry off after you apply it.  My skin has been so moisturized ever sense I started using it.

Four // Pretty iPhone Cases
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Seriously, how pretty are these iPhone cases?!  I saw the "Walk By Faith" one featured in a Casetify advertisement on Instagram and had to search for it.  Upon finding it, I also fell in love with so many more. Check out the artist The Olive Tree to see more.

Five // Changing The Face of Beauty

Changing the Face of Beauty
This mother of a child with down syndrome is changing beauty standards.
Posted by HuffPost Women on Thursday, January 14, 2016

This video absolutely touched my heart.  Here's the story of a mom (Katie Driscoll) and her daughter Grace, who has Down Syndrome.  Together, they are Changing The Face of Beauty with a movement they began in 2012.   It is such a powerful and amazing movement.  My Uncle Doug has Down Syndrome, and he is the biggest joy of our family.  This story really meant a lot to me.  

Well, that's it for now!  What are some things recently that have caught your eye?  Have a great weekend and stay warm :)

Delightfully Yours,

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