Life goes on

I am back on my after a long weekend. Felt good taking a bit of a break and relaxing for a bit to be honest.

I did not make it to the next round in the Maxim Cover Girl Contest but that is ok. I am not sad or disappointed at all. I really wanted to win the $ but it is also a bit of relief to be done with it. I was getting tired of asking people to vote because I am not the kind of person who likes to ask people for help. It makes me very uncomfortable. I am a giver and avoid to ask people for anything as much as I can!

Anyhow, life goes on and I truly believe that what is meant to be will be. Not stressing anything at all.

The other day Rosie and I went to Catch Steak for a bite to eat. I enjoyed hanging out with her but the weather was too hot and humid so it was not a pleasure to sit outside. Am also so tired of wearing a mask everywhere I go. Hope things get back to normal soon....

We celebrated something very exciting but it is still a secret so I can't tell you...



I tried voting on that contest for you and also a girl they talked about on my local radio station 96.3 The Rock, Megan Bintz, woulda been cool to vote to help her animal rescue plans. I don't like Facebook so I didn't have the required thing to vote. I'm with you about the masks, I always wear on in indoor public places, but I hate it, I have the KN95 which are supposed to be good, but they make you so hot breathing and in this heat wave I can feel the sweat running down my face and it sucks. Also, I try to reuse each one a few times, but the heat makes that hard to do also. We've made it through half of this year, because it's a leap year, the exact halfway point was July 2, but God it feels like the longest year waiting for the pandemic to end, I really get the mental fatigue of worrying all the time and cleaning everything and washing hands and all that stuff. To think, just a few months ago, we thought it was bad luck to just have a bug in our margaritas or a cloudy day, haha, we didn't know what bad luck truly was before this virus. Sometimes I just shake my head remembering all the little things I used to complain about, and now I'd give anything to have it all again.