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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Random post, but at least you get to know me!

1.             My real name is Jen.
2.             I absolutely love being married.
3.             My husband is my best friend.
4.             I want to be a mom more than anything in this world.
5.             If we could afford it I would love to be a stay at home wife/mom.
6.             My dogs are my fur babies. I hope I never change when it comes to them.
7.             I love my job but I would leave it in a heartbeat if the opportunity were to present itself.
8.             My parents are my absolute life.
9.             I refuse to move out of the city because I could not bear to be away from my folks.
10.         If my parents moved with me I would leave the city I live in instantly.
11.         Some people save for a new car, I put money away in order to buy one of those fancy strollers when my time comes around to be a mommy.
12.         My favorite color is red.
13.         Most people think my favorite color is pink, I really love pink but love red just a little bit more.
14.         Elephants are my favorite animals.
15.         My husband drives a mustang. I wish he drove a pick up truck or an SUV.
16.         I believe little boys should be allowed play with dolls.
17.         I believe little girls should be allowed to play with tractors and hot wheels.
18.         I am a hypochondriac.
19.         I am attached to my iphone and do most things from it.
20.         I love food but I am a picky eater.
21.         Desserts are my life, and I fear Diabetes.
22.         My nickname for my hubby is mostly Bug. He’s my lovebug.
23.         I can count my true friends with the fingers of my hand. I am ok with that.
24.         I am a procrastinator.
25.         I am afraid of a lot of things.
26.         I don’t mind getting older. I celebrate the fact that I got to live an extra year!
27.         I am very spiritual. I am eclectic when it comes to my beliefs and sometimes I borrow from different walks of life.
28.         I tend to walk-away with your pen. I don’t mean too… it just happens.
29.         I love pens.
30.         High school was NOT the happiest time in my life.
31.         I actually hate being an only child.
32.         I don’t know how to ride a bike.
33.         I don’t know how to roller skate.
34.         I have absolutely no balance.
35.         I love to dance… but I have no rhythm.
36.         I don’t have a middle name, but I wish I did.
37.         Jewelry and accessories are my life.
38.         I own too many purses.
39.         I use my FOOD pantry as a purse storage. Always have.
40.         I hate to drive, my job is to drive in the community. Catch 22.
41.         I am a friendly person but sometimes come off as overly hyper and a bit annoying.
42.         I could have cake for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
43.         I am afraid of birds. ALL animals with beaks actually.
44.         I am addicted to diet coke.
45.         I have two drawers full of makeup and I barely use it.

Ok so this is totally random but I figured it would be cool to share a few things about me. I'm a bit weird. Please don't judge me for what I've shared. LOL 

Have a great night! 

Mrs. Pink 

The puppies!

Hi cuties!
I'm testing out the "blog by email thing-o-magig" hopefully it works!
Here's a picture of my cute puppies for your viewing pleasure!

Monday, September 19, 2011

The State of our Union.

Hi Y'all,

Clearly I have not been blogging. No matter how much I swear I am going to blog it just somehow does not happen. I have to say that I do have a reason for not blogging though.

The hubs and I have been going through a deeply personal stage in our lives and honestly we have been wanting to keep our lives a bit private until what we want comes through.

We are learning that sometimes you cannot control things.

Sometimes work doesn't go the way you plan it and you have to work a lot. Sometimes finances are not in tip-top shape and you have to squeeze every little penny. Sometimes fun activities are not that fun when you have something on the back of your mind. But we are learning that we cannot control things. We are learning that no matter how much we want something to happen it is really all God's plan.

So what are we going to do about this thing we cannot control? We are going to continue to proactively do everything in our power to make it happen. We will be focused and motivated and excited and hopeful... BUT we will also be calm and collected. What we are going through is a test to our relationship as well as a test to who we are as people, and so far we are passing with flying colors.

What this difficult "stage" in our lives is teaching me is that I am part of a union that is so strong that not even the largest of relationship-quakes can shake us up. I am learning that I married the RIGHT man for me. I am learning that without my husband I would not be strong. I am learning that I am eternally grateful to God for having him in my life. My husband has become my miracle and after 8 years of knowing him I cannot fathom existing without him.

Today I blogged because I am Thankful for my life and the people in it and I thought my four readers should know.

Thank you if you are still reading. :)

Gratefully yours,

Mrs. Pink.

Sunday, July 24, 2011


My last blog post was a couple of weeks ago because we have been quite busy. In fact this post will be filled with pictures of our recent activities, because what's a better way to know what we have been up to than by seeing us in action!

We've been shopping and browsing... and I found this(!) at a forever 21 in Orlando (at our fourth of July trip!)

It's SWEET PINK RUFFLES!!!! My favorite (hence the name of this blog)! How awesome is that?

I also scored this fabulous hat (the one I'm wearing). The hubby and I have been taking turns with it. Its not your typical fedora and it is absolutely super sassy.

We've also been doing a lot of eating! Our hometown has been hit by the food truck movement and there is nothing more delicious than grabbing a picnic blanket and enjoying the summer heat while consuming more calories than a human being should...

(My favorite is the latin burger truck! Delicious!)

Lastly, last weekend was my cousin's baby shower (IT'S A BOY!). We got all dolled up and went on to celebrate this very special time with her!
Here's a picture of my dress....
  (and my cute hubby, of course). I figured I would dress in Blue since it is a baby BOY!!! I'm very festive. :)

Our typical good-angle-self-portrait-because-no-one-ever-takes-our-picture!

Of course... I saved the best for last...

We got dragged into playing a baby shower game... and here I am blind-folded getting ready to stuff the hubby with baby food. YUM!

Life has been absolutely great lately, and I can't be any more THANKFUL.

Gratefully yours,

Mrs. Pink.

Monday, July 11, 2011

My Iphone Drama... for your reading pleasure.

I should start by saying that my iPhone is pretty much my life. I have been a loyal member of the apple family since the first generation of iPhones. Before I go on, I must say that this is not a paid advertisement for apple, in fact you will see that I went through some pretty frustrating moments. Don't worry... this story has a happy ending... See?

It all started with my phone giving me trouble. It went from acting funny and freezing up to not responding. I tried to deal with it as much as I could but it got to the point where I couldn't handle it anymore. Then as I was about to give up the center button (or the home button) went kaput. I had to go to the apple store and seek help.

My first experience at the apple store was quite nice. We made an appointment and waited our turn. I was one or two days from not qualifying for the warranty replacement. They were nice enough to give me a new phone but they were unable to tell me if it was a "brand new phone or a refurbished one." Turns out my first replacement (yes there were many!) was indeed a refurbished phone... and even though they say those work just as well as the new ones... I have news for you... THEY DON'T. My first replacement was defective to say the least. The ear piece was sooooo painful. Like nails on a chalkboard. Extremely loud. Unbearable.

Our second experience... was comfortable but not as great. I had my original paperwork, yet they still kinda, sorta, doubted me. They checked for water damage, they read the papers over and over again. It was almost like they didn't believe me... until they took my poor little replacement phone to "the back" and tested it themselves. Yup... that genius came back with a migraine from how loud my phone was! Sure enough, they issued me a replacement. This was phone number 3 if you include my original phone (try to keep up with me...).

Our third experience at the apple store was a negative one for us. The folks at apple were still quite nice. It was just that we were exhausted because we had spent the entire weekend in Orlando on vacation. The last thing we wanted was to have to stop at a store to deal with the whole exchange process (which lasts about an hour, in case you've never had to do it). The third phone would not rotate. I noticed this as I was about to take a picture of my handsome hubby. This time we decided to be rebellious and stop without at appointment at a different store than we are used too. Sure enough, they saw that the phone did not rotate screens (from vertical to horizontal or vice-versa). They issued me phone number four.

Let me just say that, if you are feeling desperate just by reading this... imagine how I was feeling... anyway the last phone I got would not work when switched to silent, it just kept ringing. It was horribly embarassing every time my phone would ring, beep, click, AT WORK! So we took it back for the 100th time (have you been keeping up? Because I lost count!) This time... very nicely... I asked them to give me a new phone because I was NOT about to keep loosing time, work, gas and patience on refurbished phones. I even got tough and asked that "because of my inconvenience" I wanted a WHITE iphone. A NEW white iphone!!! They said they couldn't promise me a white phone... but they did promise me a NEW phone. No more refurbished drama! YAY!!!

So today I received a phone call... my new phone was available. Listen up everybody let me present to you... Gardenia... My new WHITE iPhone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So now you know... technology is great... but sometimes it's not perfect. I do have to say Thank you to the nice people at Apple... they were able and willing to work with me throughout this whole ordeal. I would whole-heartedly recommend this company and its little geniuses to everyone!

Tired(full)y yours,

Mrs. Pink

Monday, July 4, 2011

Fourth of Jully '11 Weekend Recap

This weekend was amazing! The hubby and I went off to Orlando for the weekend and we truly had a FABULOUS time. We left Friday night after work and checked in to the hotel. It was still relatively early so we went to CitiWalk, a small shopping and dining district. We walked around and had Moe's for dinner. It was a great way to end our day.
On Saturday we went to Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. We have been there quite a few times because we are lucky enough to be annual passholders but this time was so different. We often go with friends and this time we went alone. We've gone alone before but this time FELT different... and it was AWESOME!
Here are some pictures from the day...
Here I am... pretending to be a big-time movie director!
Here's my handsome hubby... he makes a much better director that I do!
Jumping pictures are the BEST. I like the "Hop" background.
My hubby LOVED these cars, from the Fast & Furious Flicks.
Am I the luckiest girl in the world... or what?
We were sooooooo tired, and so full of heat exhaustion, that we decided to take a break from the outdoors and went to watch a movie. Transformers 3 to be exact. The hubby liked it... I... not so much. After the movie we went to Harry Potter's World in Islands of Adventure where we had some butterbeer and soft serve ice cream. We finished the night with a quick dinner at Panda Express and went back to our hotel.

Sunday we were so tired and over-heated from the day before that we decided to take it easy. We strolled around the city of Orlando, had lunch, visited the shopping malls and really just relaxed. We did manage to sneak in another movie, we saw "The Green Lantern" and actually liked it. At least I liked it better than Transformers.

Today, we got all decked out in our Fourth of July best and went out for an all-American lunch. We left right away with hopes to make it down to our hometown on time for fireworks. I asked the hubby if we could stop by H&M at a mall about half-way home and he nicely obliged... but when we got there we found out that they were closing in 20 minutes. I had been having trouble with my iphone for quite some time so instead of shopping at H&M we decided to go over to the Apple store to try to get it replaced. After begging and pleading we found a kind Apple dude that put us on a special list and I was able to get my phone replaced for the third time in the past few weeks (that's a post for a different day!). I'll have to ask the hubby to take me back to go shopping... they had some pretty cute dresses for less than 15 dollars! We never made it to the fireworks but we did get to hang out together and watch some true blood.

Ok so that's all I've got for the recap. I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to spend time with the most important man in my life.

Happily yours,

Mrs. Pink

Friday, July 1, 2011

Work & People Watching

It’s amazing how different people have different personalities. I work in the mental health field and you would think that we were all similar or at least in touch with the same things, yet we are not. I only go to the office about once a week and when I do, boy do I get a kick out of my visit. It’s amazing how different people can be. I truly enjoy my office days because I get a glimpse into the lives of these fabulous individuals.
I love to people watch and let me tell you there is no better place to people watch than at your office. I ask myself questions like: “I wonder if she is as unhappy at home as she is at work?” or “Is that person really always in a good mood?” I have always been a wonderer… a bit of an investigator. I like to find out things. There is nothing I love more than to find out what’s in your purse. I love looking inside people’s homes (if their blinds are open of course) as I pass them on my neighborhood walks. I am fascinated by the lives that people lead.  
I guess this fascination with people may have been the reason why I became a clinician. It’s so interesting to look into the human being and explore why they do the things they do. Is it because of something that they are going through? Is their environment causing their happiness or sadness? Why do some people place more importance into certain things and not others?
On days like today I am so thankful to all of my amazing professors for teaching me how to read these wonderful creatures that we share the planet with. I am proud of myself for choosing the profession that I chose. On a day like today I am so happy to be alive.

(The formatting on this post may be a bit odd, I'm not good with electronics, and I'm using the hubby's iPad).

Happily yours,
Mrs. Pink

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Organization chaos!

Hi lovely people,
I have been missing in action lately due to a very important task I have involved myself in. One nice, comfortable, lazy afternoon I was getting a lot done (more like laying on the couch) when I looked around and saw that my (very tiny) home was starting to feel a wee bit crowded.
One of my biggest phobias is becoming one of the people featured on the tv show hoarders (no offense to the people in that tv show, I am just a bit afraid of drowning in my own stuff). I guess I should preface by stating that the husband and I live in a small townhome in a pretty big city. Our city does not have basements or attics. What you see... is what you get. This can be very unfortunate... especially when you live with a man who loves shoes.
I looked over at Mr. Pink (that is so not his name and he is so not gonna like this new nickname) and said to him... we have to do something. So we did. Mr. Pink put the tv on the wall, which freed a lot of space. We are now using our entertainment center to store movies and where the tv was laying we are able to display beautiful family photos. We also decided that we would get rid of "stuff" we have collected in the last decade.
Our second job was to get rid of a bunch of boxes that were lining the bottom of both our closets. Those boxes were filled with bills, papers, memories... just stuff we had hoarded throughout the years. Mr. Pink brought home his professional shredder and we went to town. We started saturday...

12 boxes later... We are STILL not done! It's funny though, because now that we started... ain't nothing gonna stop us (that's my fighter language!).
So now that you know what I have been up to... I must go... box number 13 awaits... hopefully I don't drown in all this paperwork!

Organizationally yours,
Mrs. Pink.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Disorganized Thoughts.

So here I am today. I prepped the my ideas for the blog at work so that I could actually get a post out and what has happened every other day this week would not happen again. I am DETERMINED to post as often as possible. (Having said that this post was supposed to go out Wednesday and I never got around to it so I am editing it today, Thursday, and posting it.)
This week has been really strange. I had to go into the office and that threw me out of my normal loop. My job consists of being on the road everyday except for Thursdays so the fact that I am inside our office building for a whole week feels weird. To top it all off I was randomly selected to do a drug-test. What a horrible feeling. It’s funny because, obviously, I don’t do drugs, in fact I have never ever touched a drug, yet somehow I still get nervous when I have to go for those random tests. I worry that the lab is going to mix up my results with someone else and that I might get in trouble for something I did not do (paranoid much??????). I’m hoping now that all of it is almost over I can begin to relax and not worry so much. But I won’t breathe a sigh of relief until I get the all clearance from my job. I know. I’m silly.
In others (completely UNRELATED) news, I met a bloggy friend yesterday. I think it’s so cool when you meet people you have been friends with for quite some time. I am such a shy person to begin with and even though I kept saying to myself “you know her already” it was still a little nerve-wracking. I know. I’m silly.
Anyway I hope my bloggy friend gets the job that she applied for!
Oh! The hubby and I booked a mini-vacation a few days ago that I CANNOT wait for. We are going to Disney World! Yes, we have been there before, yes it’s relatively close to where I live, yet somehow I always get super excited about our little road-trips to the Mouse House.
I guess this is it for today. How do you like my disorganized thought process? These types of things are what go on in my head all the time. I know. I’m silly. :-)
Fabulously Yours,
Mrs. Pink. 

Monday, June 20, 2011

A very tired blogger...

This weekend was suuuuuuuuppppppppppeeeeeeeerrrrrrrrrrrrr busy. Hopefully I'll be able to blog with some pictures about our weekend tomorrow, when I have regained a bit of energy. I'm exhausted because yesterday was Father's day and we had to pull double duty. I have an amazing father in law so, naturally, we wanted to spend some time and honor him on his special day. Of course my fabulous daddy could not stay far behind. So we spent the day with my FIL and then had dinner with my parents once they got out of work. It was great to be with both families but today I am drained.
Pardon me if this post makes absolutely no sense.
In other news, I realized today that I need to do something about my memory and health. So I started taking all sorts of multi-vitamins and other supplements. If there is one thing you must know about me is that I do NOT do pills. I hate swallowing the little suckers. So I bought a bunch of gummy stuff and chewable tablets. I only have to swallow about 3 pills... which is a lot better than what the hubby takes (it took him a few minutes to count them!). His answer was 8-10 pills daily. I don't think I could do that... bleh.
Oh! and to work with my mind I've decided to start carrying a little notebook with me. This will allow me to jot down blog ideas, notes, any little thing that will help me make it through the week.
For now here is the breakdown of what we did this weekend.
Friday Night: The hubby and I went on a date to the mall. We had some father's day presents to purchase and took advantage of the situation to sneak in some quality time. We had a romantical dinner at a sporty wing's restaurant and attempted to watch a movie. We were not successful... the theater was packed and we hate to sit in the front and look up.
Saturday we were supposed to meet with some friends but they were unable to make it. We spent most of the day chilaxin' at home, then at night time we went out to have dinner at some food trucks (I blogged about this in my other blog but I'll tell you guys all about this... it's cool stuff!).
Sunday was spent with the daddies.
When you read it like that it seemed to be a pretty uneventful weekend but that with a combination of having to go into the office (I work in the field) extra early on a Monday morning... has me ready for bed.
So off to bed I go. Night Night!

Tired-ly Yours

Mrs. Pink

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Weekend Recaps!

Hi Imaginary Friends and Real Ones that read this blog,

I've decided that in this blog I will document our lives. My goal is to do a weekend recap post at the end of every weekend... you see, I have a HORRIBLE memory so most of the time I remember thinking "I think we've been there, or I think we've done that" but I don't remember the details. It's a sad part of my life. I wish I was one of those people with photographic memories or at least one of those people who remember things!

So I wish I could recap all of the weekends I have missed UP TO THIS POINT. But I can't. I will start with last weekend. June 11th and 12th, 2011.

My hubby and I have decided to make it a point to do different things TOGETHER. We have always done things together but are really making it a point do have as much fun as we can. We heard that a planetarium was having a free entrance and the hubby said "well that's definitely different, its OUT OF THIS WORLD." Eventhough I was super tired from working... how could I say no to that?

So we went...

I loooooooooooooooove when kind people ask us if we want our picture taken! We are often alone and don't always get to take full-body "normal" pictures. So THANK YOU kind stranger.

This wall was made out of magazines!!! I absolutely LOVED it!!!

Talk about big wheels! My sports-car-enthusiast hubby really liked this tire. Can you imagine having a car with FOUR of these?!

This is such a HORRIBLE picture of me... but I had to post it because that booth scared the living daylights out of me (is that how that saying goes?). Hurricaine force winds up to 80 miles per hour. I don't like confined spaces, I have no idea what the heck I thought would happen... I guess I wanted to be brave. Either way I would NEVER do that again. The hubby didn't like the experience either... So I guess I'm not that weird after all!

Then we saw these beautiful critters and all my anxiety went away! I want BOTH of them as pets! Hint Hint to all of you who LOVEEEEE me. :)))))) After not being able to take any more cuteness we went home, then had dinner with our sweet friends...

Sunday was spent at Ikea looking for little fun things for our home. We found a new comforter duvet, candle holders, brackets to put our TVs on the wall and of course the delicious chocolate bars.

That was our weekend. It's funny because I just turned to the hubs and asked him if I was missing anything and he kindly reminded me that at some point we watched Super 8 (This generation's ET for sure!) and went to an old-school food truck. Neither one of us can remember when that was... I'm guessing it was friday night?

Hopefully this weekend I'll be able to remember with fuller details. I think taking pictures totally helps, so now I have my camera on me at ALL times. Beware... I LOVE to take pictures!

Fabulously Yours,
Mrs. Pink.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Babies on my mind...

Yesterday I received beautiful, sweet, news. The kind that make you think of baby pink and baby blue outfits. One of my bestest friends is pregnant with her first little miracle. I was soooo genuinely happy for her that I went on facebook and posted a generic (because I would never divulge her secret) message about receiving fabulous news. Automatically my status began to get filled by people asking me if I was pregnant. Oh there is nothing that upsets me more than when people ask me if I am pregnant.

I understand that I am a 20-something year old married woman. I say 20-something because once you pass 25 you probably don't want to tell people which number you are in... because then it's all about how close to 30 or 40 or 50 or 60 you are... but I digress. So back to me being in my 20s and married. Does that automatically mean that I HAVE to get pregnant? ::I'll sit here and wait for you, my imaginary friends, to answer this million dollar question.:: ~~~All I'm hearing is the jeopardy song over and over... why? because not even imaginary friends would TOUCH that question with a ten foot pole.

Let me answer that for you. NO. Just because I'm on the UPPER hill of my 20s does NOT mean I have to run and get pregnant. Did you hear me? Yes... I possibly yelled out loud as I typed those capital NOs. People that ask people WHEN they are going to get pregnant need to take a chill pill. Does the state of my womb concern you? Are we sharing a biological time clock? Does it ever occur to you that I have a REASON as to why I do not have children yet?

Just to make this full-disclosure, FUN, no holds-barred blog even fun"er" I will give you a few reasons as to why people don't have children in their 20s. Some of us wanted to go to school. I decided that I wanted a college education prior to acquiring an ol' ball and chain and a million dollar investment (that's what they say it costs to raise a child). My husband decided he wanted to acquire certifications in order to advance in his career. We also decided to purchase our own home. Make sane decisions for our future as individuals and as a team. Other people don't have children because of their economic status. Others don't have family support. Others need to work at their relationship BEFORE bringing another human being into the pot. Others simple CANNOT get pregnant... no matter how badly they want it.

People say it's never the right time to have a child, "you'll never be ready" and to that I say "you are right." Parenting does not come with a manual. It does not come with a jackpot to cover the expense. All of my amazing friends who are parents have had to "rough" it. They have had to struggle and I look up to them. I think they are fantastic for being able to handle it. Having said that... when you would rather be partying than feeding your child his 3 am bottle... then it's not the right time to have a child. When you would rather get a thousand dollar tattoo (you know who you are) rather than save for your child's college education then you are not ready to be a parent. When you own more purses than you could wear in a year (I know who I WAS) you are not ready to be a parent.

So why do I get so upset when people ask me when I'm going to start popping out little "mini-mes." Well because I have one of the above mentioned reasons to not be in the child-popping stage. Does it ever occur to you that I may NOT be able to get pregnant? Are you that insensitive that you don't think there could be consequences to your words? What if my husband and I are not financially stable? What if I just got a promotion and would not be able to take maternity-leave until after I have been in the position for over a year? What if we want to get more tattoos or buy more purses? What if we think we may not have any help when the time comes around? What if we don't think we are ready to be parents just yet? What if we need to work at our relationship just a bit more? What if we need to grow up before we begin to raise a HUMAN BEING?

Whatever our reason is... it is OURS. It is very personal. I will be the first person to blog, tweet, update my status, text you, call you or visit you to tell you the amazing news, but for right now take this long rant as my official statement. I am not pregnant. I probably won't be pregnant for another few YEARS. So while your kids are amazingly beautiful and I enjoy every little bit of gushing that you do about them I don't have any for a reason... so stop telling me that my time is "running out." When it comes down to it... there is only one ALMIGHTY person that can dictate when my time will be... and I can guarantee you that person is not YOU... or me... for that matter.

Respectfully yours,
Mrs. Pink

Ps. I hope this post does not offend anybody. It was not geared towards those of you who whole-heartedly asked me out of good intentions if I was indeed pregnant. This post is a rant about those people who keep "rushing" me to get'er done.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

The Feather Trend!

Feathers! Feathers! Everywhere! Have you noticed that everywhere you turn there's someone sporting some sort of feather accessory?

I started wearing the feather trend quite some time ago. I sported a beautiful pink piece at my graduation. Then I wore a chocolate brown piece to my birthday party and I even wore feathers at a wedding. Most recently I have been sporting the above pictured look... with just the right  amount of feathers peaking out of my hair.

In order to show you the many different ways I have sported this trend I have to go back a few different hairstyles. Some where good looks for me... others... well... you live and you learn!

At first it was those beautiful clip-ons that went on top of your head like this one...

Many times the feather trend got a little over the top... like this time....

I celebrated my graduation with this gorgeous headpiece (my favorite!)

And I also completely lost my mind and sported THIS look.

While I had TONS of fun playing around with this NOW trendy look I am keeping it completely simple while the trend is going on. You see, I try not to follow trends too much. I kinda go around beating to the tune of my own drum. I wait for things to go out of style before I start wearing them. Or I sport crazy ideas before they even become popular and once they do (like feathers are now) I downplay their existence in my life. LOL. After all, being unique is what makes us who we are. :)

So, if you have never rocked the feather trend I would suggest that you do. It's fun. It's whimsical. It's different. Enjoy!

Fabulously Yours,

Mrs. Pink 

Welcome Home.

Hello New Reader!
Welcome to my new home! I have been blogging for about a year on another site, but have decided to switch on over to this nifty little site in order to start all over again. I noticed that my blogging diminished after some time and I want to make sure that does NOT happen here!
So how will I make that happen, you ask? Well for starters I will keep my identity as private as possible. In a superhero kind of way... so for the sake of introductions you may call me Mrs. Pink. But don't worry this secret identity will not take away from the fun I will post pictures of myself, of things I love, of my family, I will continue to have tons of fun blogging.
Now that we've covered that... let me tell you a little bit about myself. One of my favorite colors is PINK! (Could you have guessed that one?). Another of my favorite things is sweet ruffles. There is nothing sweeter than a pretty ruffly skirt, or a toddler bouncing around in a sassy dress full of ruffles. I am a girly girl and there is nothing that draws my attention more than a shirt with sweet, dainty ruffles. Therefore my blog name. Sweet Pink Ruffles because those are the things that bring a smile to my face. :)
There is also a FUN cast of characters in my life that you should know about. I have my very own Superman (He's great and you'll hear tons about him!). I have two amazing little puppies (they are full grown dogs, but in my heart they will always be puppies). Then there's our friends and family who play a huge part of our lives and provide tons of entertainment.
So please join me in this wonderful adventure that we call life. Feel free to grab a pink ruffled tutu at the door and dress up for the occassion. ;)

Fabulously Yours,
Mrs. Pink.