Another Saturday has rolled around, and I plan on spending this one watching my granddaughter play basketball. I’m not sure how this is going to go since it is an instructional game. When the girls make a mistake, they stop the game and tell them wheat they did wrong. I think this is a great way to learn, but I bet it is going to make for a loooong game. Lol!
My grandchildren from Tennessee are going to be watching a way more exciting game this weekend. My oldest grandson is a Kansas City Chiefs fan, I might should say fanatic! He LOVES the Chiefs, and always asks for Chiefs’ paraphernalia for gifts. As a gift to the entire family, my son has decided to take the family to KC for the game this weekend. I know my grandson is beside himself with excitement. I was surprised that the rest of the kids were also excited to go, in fact, they picked this trip over going to the beach for Spring Break. That shows me how much they love their brother since they knew this trip would make him so happy. It makes me happy because I know this is a trip they will never forget. So, I’ll be watching the game and scanning the crowd for my kiddos. Even though I personally don’t care who wins, you know that I’ll be cheering for KCC because of my grandson.
Weekends are usually a casual day for me, so this casual crew neck colorblock sweater works perfectly. I don’t go out to work in an office anymore, so my weekday outfits aren’t as dressy as they used to be. I still am in comfortable/casual outfits over the weekends, and jeans and sweaters are usually what I’m wearing. I might switch out the sweater for a sweatshirt, or the jeans for a pair of leggings, but the overall concept is still the same.
This sweater is way nicer in person than it looked on the website. The material on the website looked like a loose weave, but this is tight-knit and looks polished and high-end. The sweater is available in several colors and prints, but I loved the coffee, pink, and camel color combination. I’m wearing a medium, and I think it is a perfect size.
Here is a look from the side to show you the length of the sweater, but I like how it also shows the seams lining up. I know a lot of you are picky about your patterns lining up correctly, and these do.
These dark wash flare jeans have become my favorite pair of jeans lately. I’ve worn them multiple times on the blog, and you should see how many times I’ve worn them and haven’t taken photos. They fit like a dream, they don’t stretch out and sag, and the color hasn’t faded. Plus, these are Spanx jeans, so you know they hold you in in all the right places. I think Spanx clothing runs a tiny bit small, so I sized up to a large and these fit great. (They are pull-on)
I also have these Spanx black flare pants, and they are every bit as nice as the jeans. They look great, are nice and heavyweight, hold you in, and they have a seam down the front. I’m wearing a large in these also. The Geo Henley Blouse I’m wearing in this photo is almost completely sold out. If you are an XS, then you can still grab the top.
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1 Corinthians 10:13
13 No temptation has overtaken you except what is common to mankind. And God is faithful; he will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, he will also provide a way out so that you can endure it.
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