Hello everyone, who is still regretting eating a lot? In our case, eating a lot of tamales during the winter, but specially during Christmas, is a tradition of every Hispanic. Every year we say we won't eat as much, but who really follows that? Right!? Between all the laughter and the spicy salsa, you forget to count how many tamales you are eating, that once you realize the count you are too late.
And now we have New Years Eve food to think about. We tend to eat "pozole" to celebrate the end of the year and the coming of a new one. My family and I spend out NYE at church thanking God for what He did during the old year and for what is to come. I can't think of a better place to be! I know it sometimes hard for many to be grateful when you have suffered calamities. (check out my #justmyluck post since I do understand). But like I said in #fearingthenewyear post, just remember that the bigger the trial, the bigger the blessing to come, here and in eternity. So lets choose to live one day at a time and put our plans and fears to rest and let God have control of this new year. And lets not lose hope, knowing that God keeps his promises. You never know, He might blessed us exaggeratedly this year. ;)
Jessica Howard | Nordstrom Rack for less than $90
Who hasn't found their New Years Eve outfit? Thankfully I don't have to stress over the outfit. My only concern is that I hope it fits well by that day.
Vince Camuto | Geo Sequin Shift Dress at Dillards or at Nordstrom rack for less than $60
I was lucky enough to have found this dress on the bottom at Ross for only $20. Let's talk of a great deal since the original price was $198. I paired it with some pants that I have from H&M that I love since they fit perfectly and you can always pair it with different blouses, sweaters and in this case, a dress.
(Disclaimer: Never bought from the above UK websites)
Stephen & CO. | Similar choker