Reverb 15 | April | Daily Life

#reverb15 is the opportunity for us to reflect and project throughout 2015.   Each month, Meredith, Sarah and I will be posting on a new prompt.  Join us by writing, or join us by reading. No matter what you choose, come with us.

Daily Life: Show us a day or a week of your life! Include pictures!

My week thrives on routine.  Exhibit A: Eating the same breakfasts.

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Since I mentioned my make-up routine yesterday, I thought y’all might like to see what make-up I actually wear each day.  This is it, with the exception of some variation in eyeshadow palettes.

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I also got brave today and tossed a few lip glosses that I never wear out of my purse.

This was my outfit of the day.  It took me an embarrassingly long time (read: probably at least four months) to realize it would be a cute thing to wear my nautical stripes with my navy skirt.Snap 3

I went to work.  Today was Bacon Luck, which of course, I did not take any photos of whatsoever.  But it was just as magnificent as you would imagine – a whole meal dedicated to bacon and things mixed WITH bacon.

When I got home, I went for a run. Related: running after eating bacon is a terrible thing.

Post-run, I made another peanut butter pie for my girls’ night tomorrow night.  I baked the crust on Tuesday, but I ran out of filling.  Problematic.

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This is the finished product.Snap 6

I got dinner going, because the meatloaf was going to take 1.5 hours to bake.  Then, I settled in to read some stuff about stocks.  I’ve made it a goal to learn more about personal finance over the next few years and to understand how people select investments to add to their portfolio.

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It seems like a useful life skill.  It also sort of seems like watching paint dry.

Marcus came home from his business trip and we ate dinner together.  That was really nice.  We haven’t eaten dinner together since Saturday.

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Post dinner I mixed up a manhattan mankattan and put my feet up.

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