Monday, December 1, 2014

The Good. The Fun. The Random. v. 48

The Good:
Avi and I started the 100 Happy Days challenge again. We figured starting on Thanksgiving was a great way to kick off the second shot at the challenge; even more fitting following mom's successful surgery last week. Day 1: Indian Food, Day 2: trashy magazines, Day 3: retail therapy

The Random: 
Can someone explain this to me?? It was at one of the cafe's at the hospital and cost way to much money! I'll drink vitamin water, sparkling water, or just water. Black water, nope!

The Fun:
We had an early season n'or easter Wednesday. Not a significant amount, but enough to look pretty and add to the holiday spirit!


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19 thoughts on the matter:

Claire Justine said... {Reply}

Hi, thanks for hosting. I have started a new blog just about my style and happy to link up from here :) I love the 100 days of happiness challenge I might join you :) great pictures ...

Anonymous said... {Reply}

Ok, just yesterday I saw that black chickens are "in." Now black water? Not me either. Glad you mom's surgery went well. Have a great week!

Linda Kay said... {Reply}

Did the retail therapy on Saturday, and I'm still not quite done! Got some little things to pick up yet.

Unknown said... {Reply}

Oh I loved all your goods this week!!! all three of them!!! Thanks for hosting!

Kmcblackburn said... {Reply}

A little tidbit for ya...BLK water is on the market courtesy of the Manzo family. The Manzo's are one of the families in "The Real Housewives of New Jersey". I tried it once, couldn't bring myself to drink it.

Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

wow, snow! we've just had a bit of flurries here so far.

Unknown said... {Reply}

Is the water literally black?

oh......but those shoes. love them!

Leesha said... {Reply}

Black water?? I would feel like I was drinking a puddle.... But, I would TRY it.. :)

Carol Blackburn said... {Reply}

Well, black water now... hmmm, fulvic acid (a derivative of plant matter) from deep inside the earth. It is added to nice clean fresh spring water, go figure! Fulvic acid is critical in the growth of plant life, helping the transportation and absorption of nutrients. Fulvic acid's small molecular structure allows for the fast absorption of over 77 different trace minerals and elements, powerful electrolytes, and antioxidants. Sounds like I just need to drink my high mineral content well water. NOT! I'll keep getting the free clean and fresh spring water here in Maine. This is probably something to watch in the future for people with too many minerals in their bodies causing organs to fail. Why does industry have to keep trying to make improvements on everything. Seems to me that they are not really improvements at all.

Nicki said... {Reply}

retail therapy - always a good thing; black water - conflict of interest; a dusting of snow has a sense of magic about it (provided it doesn't get carried away with itself and inches turn into feet).

Have a great week Tamar. :)

Leovi said... {Reply}

Great photos, wonderful and amazing that infusion!

Buckeroomama said... {Reply}

Black water? Really? Not sure about that. I do like something that's black (and thick!) as tar, though --sesame seed paste (pudding). Oh, that and black sesame ice cream!

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

That BLK water always freaks me out. I like the bottles but I wouldn't drink it. Yay for starting up the 100 Happy Days again! We got a little snow too, it was pretty!

Unknown said... {Reply}

Okay, you need to explain the 100 happy days challenge. Do you take a picture of something that makes you happy?

Sorry, can't explain the black water. Just know I wouldn't drink it. :)

We had snow also. Thanksgiving day I think we got 2 inches. Didn't last long though. :(

packmom said... {Reply}

Love your happy challenge. Looks like you're off to a good start. Enjoy the rest!

Kim Cunningham said... {Reply}

I'm intrigued by the water. I would have tasted it for you! :)

miss-red-fox said... {Reply}


I just discovered you over WATW and linked my article, although I didn't have the time to translate it into English (but Google should be able to :-)). I suppose it's a random, but it was also fun.

All the best,

Adrienne said... {Reply}

I loved our first snow!! {and I promise I'll be back to link up next week - haven't had as much flexible time with camera or computer lately}

Unknown said... {Reply}


I am not about to try blck water. I am not a big fan of the Manzo family who created it. Count me out!