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It’s A Date!

Love is in the air and it’s so exciting to spend time with someone you love. Whether you’re a married woman or a single lady about to go on the fourth date, it’s nice to enjoy butterflies and the opportunity to get wined and dined. Whether your date involves a night at the cabaret in New York City or a floral arranging class and dinner, there are a few things you’ll want to do before you head out for the date.

1. Attire
Find out where your date is taking you. Once you know, dress accordingly. If it’s a surprise, ask your date about the appropriate attire. You never want to wear a cute blouse and a pair of distressed jeans and find out that you’re going to the opera. Alternatively, you don’t want to wear a ball gown when your date is taking you to a basketball. Once you find out more regarding your expected attire, make sure to wear an outfit that flatters your body and leaves your date wanting more. Besides, it’s all about the chase!

2. Hair
No, you don’t need to have every single hair in place. Your date knows that you’re human. You don’t need to be immaculate, but it is nice to look as though you put forth an effort. Whether you choose to get your hair done or do it yourself, make sure that your hair looks fresh and new. To make things interesting, consider wearing a style that a lot of people give you compliments on. Wear hair accessories to add fashionable flair.

3. Scent
A putrid scent can really ruin a date. Make sure to practice proper oral hygiene. You don’t want to get to the end of the night and offend your date with gross-smelling breath. In addition to brushing your teeth before you leave, bring a few mints for the date. Furthermore, if it’s the beginning stages of the relationship, you might feel nervous. When people get nervous, they tend to sweat. Wear deodorant. It’s also a nice touch to wear a bit of perfume. It’s feminine, memorable and sexy. These details might seem minor, but they really do matter.

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Treat Her At SM After School

Since she was behaved at school I treat her in SM on Friday. She always likes to ride in a carousel so I let her. Right after the ride, we went together at MC Donald to eat. She loves the Smurf toy there and that’s what she always asks from me, she got a total of 5 Smurf as of this time. Even though I got tired after our adventure, it was all worth it, she smiled all the way and that is enough for my heart to melt. Here’s the picture of her enjoying the ride.

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A Long Day Today

If others are enjoying at their home on Saturday, mine is not, because we have to get up early in the morning for my daughter’s training. After the training and our lunch, I have to send her to her Kumon for her session then I went back to the house to fetch Faith and sister Merlyn, we planned to take Faith in the mall because we have to buy her a pair of jogging pants and a white T-shirt for her P.E.
It was a long day but because my kids enjoyed it so much, their smile has faded my tiredness. Especially when Faith kisses me on my cheeks and said thank you for the things that I bought for her that was already a bonus.

She Was Almost Lost

Unlike her sister, Faith is more adventurous, unafraid of the things she might encounter, and explorer.
When Mj was still at her age, if I would allow her to walk around in the church, she would always get back for me but with Faith, she is like, the more she walked farther, she would explore more, she never get afraid that she might get lost. So when we are in a crowded place, it’s either I would hold her tight or carry her. It doesn’t matter to me if she is already heavy, importantly is that she is secure and wouldn’t be lost.
Yesterday, I guess was not our day because she was almost lost! My sister was busy what blouse to choose, when suddenly my youngest daughter was gone nowhere. I tried to find her but nope we can’t, I have to look below down the floor so I can see her. And there she was she seems like she is talking to someone. When I finally saw her, I held her and the lady she was talking to smiled at me. All the sales staff who were there told me that she has been talking to anyone and or greeted them.
My eldest daughter was almost lost as well and the moment I saw her, she nearly cried. Faith didn’t, she even smiled so wide at me. I never have seen her sobbing or so, she feels like as if nothing happens, in fact she was enjoying it because she had the time to explore around.