Ramblings & life lessons from a late-in-life mom such as why it is important to use your reading glasses when dispensing medications!
Me too, Momma, me too. Happy Wednesday!
HEL-LO GORGEOUS! Man you've got pretty eyes & hair! Anyway this looks like a real problem. A REAL problem! Kinda like myself when I got to bed without washing off my mascara (because I have no baby oil in the house). What are you doing, crying with regular mascara on?? Smudgies can't hide true beauty though.
Thanks for the kind comments, Birdie! That's why you're my friend!I need to find a good mascara that is good for contact wearers. I think my moisturizer makes my eyeliner & mascara run. If I don't catch it soon enough, by the end of the day I start looking like Tammy Faye (http://www.tammyfaye.com)The worst part is I'll be out running around, thinking I'm looking my best & then I get a look in the mirror & see black "bags" under my eyes.Does no one notice or are they just not saying???
There not saying. Erik does the same thing to me.You're still lovely, though...smudges and all! :)
I'm thinking... dang girl... you have NO wrinkles-- with eyes looking that good, who cares if your makeup smears.ha!but on ME... geez-- my boys are well trained to "tell me if I'm looking like a racoon"that's code for smudged eyes...or:if I'm "lit up like a christmas tree:that's code for "too much make-up mom... you forgot to turn on the lights in the bathroom again.It's all about training up these boys right I tell ya. Their wives will love me...until they say...yeah... it makes you look fat!we're still working on that, because I want to know only about the things I can change, right?ha
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