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Hello Ladies,

It's been so busy I can barely think. Last weekend we went to Missoula Montana for the MoJo Baseball tournament and stayed the Holiday Inn. It’s a nice hotel, clean rooms, looks like new, and they have a great pool for all the kids. We've just been busy running kids around and being parents.

Update - ULTA didn't have the Red Carpet Gel Kit that I wanted so I tried the Coeur d’Alene store and they didn't have it either. I needed a kit so I bought one at Target. I got the Sally Hansen Gel Kit and it was $49.99 with $10 in store gift card. Its called Sensationail Gel Polish Starter Kit. It was really easy to use and the nails turned out awesome! My girlfriend told me that any gel nail color would or should work with the other gel products, however I got a red carpet nail color and used it with the Sally gel and it didn't work that well. So once I am all done with the Sally Hansen products I'm going to purchase the OPI kit minus the light. That's what they use at the salons and they have a great brand. I'll have pics below.

I’ve taken up Golf lessons at MeadowWood and those are going very well, I can actually hit the ball far now.

Physique work out challenge is going well. Exercise at 5am 3x week’s a task but it’s nice to get it out of the way for the day.

Other than that I'm turning 35 this month....whooooo hooooo!!! I'll try and keep this up to date but this month is busy with Father’s Day June 15, my anniversary, my birthday, my son’s birthday and the Hoopfest tournament, then right into July...


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