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Busy Spokane Summer


Sorry I haven't blogged FOREVER but I have been soooo busy. As most of us working mothers are. Where to begin.....Well most recently we got back from Cabo San Lucas and we stayed at the Villa Del Palmar Cabo. It was so much fun, safe and kid friendly. I would highly recommend this place for any age to come. They have several different pools. The upper pool is more calm where a lot of older folks and people without kids hang out, there's the lower pool with the whale slide and hourly activities provided the hotel where we hung out. There's a pool next to the bar, one on another side of a restaurant, and a toddler pool. SOOOOO MUCH FUN!!!!

Before we left and before we got back its been work, work, work and BASEBALL for the boys. 5+ days a week baseball between the 2 boys is crazy. Can you say "fast food" for dinner? Anyway, I have other blogs that I do more regularly because they are work related, but they have tons of information on Home Projects like adding new flooring, countertops or blinds to your home.

On another note, I have a friend (baseball mom) who told me about the Red Carpet Manicure Pro 45 set for gel nails. I showed her my gel nails before I went on vacation and she told me this product works very well. She said I should get mine at Ulta because they have a 20% off coupon and a great exchange policy. I cant wait to buy it, 2 nail sessions and it pays for itself.

Last but not least I've signed up for the Spokane Physique Challenge. Its time to get by butt back into shape. No excuses unfortunately they are open with trainers from 5am-11pm. Looks like I'll be attending the 9 or 10pm classes. Summer is around the corner and I want to look good. Anyway I will try and keep posting more often. If there is something you want to hear about, an opinion or have questions please feel free to contact me. I will put a link on the blog.

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