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The Lounge I'm comin' up so you better get this chat started Sep 27 2016
18:33 (UTC)
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depends on the product for me.  the It Works stuff I don't go for because...well frankly it doesn't work as we all should know from CC :-)

but I do like the LLR line, the patterns are cute (well not all but a lot) and the leggings are super comfy.  plus, we really don't have many stores around here for me to browse through with a lot to offer nor do I have much time.  so poking through the offerings on FB at 9 pm when I'm winding down for the day is nice (even though this goes against my general dislike of online shopping :-))

Daizy - sometimes you can find a consultant that has a shop near you and you can try on.  I'm actually going to one for the first time in a couple of weeks, which is nice b/c I do generally hate buying without trying on first.

I have a super cute Azure in a peachy pink with a large black and white floral print on it, super cute with a plain black tee.  it is a bit long for my height but if I hike it up to just under my boobs and pull the shirt over, it's the right length :-D  The Cassies are really great too, I have a black one with a scattered white print, again with a black tee it's a great pencil skirt look for work

The Lounge I'm comin' up so you better get this chat started Sep 27 2016
18:23 (UTC)
8

hope the recovery is swift, pav!

Yeah, I see some Randys that I like in the groups but I already have 3 and frankly do I really need more?  so unless the pattern is super cute, I pass.  Similar with the leggings.  They really are super comfy but there's only so many I need.

for dresses I only have a Julia and I love it, even with my current preggo belly I think it looks super cute.  I think the Nicole would fit really nicely too since it's a defined waist but I have yet to find one in a pattern that I love.  I think the Amelia would work really well too but I do think it's a bit pricy (maybe I'm just a cheapskate :-))

I got the Monroe kimono earlier this summer, LOVE it.  it was the perfect beach cover up and it'll still look great over a dress too.  It actually worked well as a summer robe too!

but a lot of the other styles like the Irma or the Carly are just way too baggy for my body type.

The Lounge I'm comin' up so you better get this chat started Sep 27 2016
15:07 (UTC)
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wow, is that really the initial investment?  sheesh!  yeah....I did the jamberry thing for a bit since I love the products and wanted the discount but it was no where near that much of an investment, plus you got products to keep from it which I was going to buy anyway and the first few commissions I got pretty much covered the rest.

The Lounge I'm comin' up so you better get this chat started Sep 27 2016
15:03 (UTC)
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I'm only half LLR addicted.  I do love the leggings and patterns but I really only wear the crazy patterns at home, so I don't need that many (though I do love the black ones I have that I do wear out).  A lot of the styles are a bit too loose for my frame and I'm not good at belting but a couple of the dresses and skirts are a good fit for my body type.  The Randy top is nice too but there's only so many of similar style I'd want in my waredrobe.

The Lounge I'm comin' up so you better get this chat started Sep 27 2016
13:20 (UTC)
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I agree, Lester could have had a bit more control.  There were a few times that I thought he should have intervened and kept the debate more on track.  He did a couple of times, especially when Trump was dodging a few questions, brought it back to topic.  So not totally off.

I think Clinton was well composed but I did think she maybe goaded him too much.  I guess it's expected but I keep hoping people would just keep to the politics and not play so much the game. (though between the two of them Clinton did speak to actual policy and gave more substance than Trump did despite the game playing)

I didn't watch continuously (because I just can't handle it, it's like watching my parents bicker), but from what I noted it did seem like she referred to him as "Donald" more and he kept more to "Clinton".  Not sure how accurate that is since I wasn't watching continuously, but it's small things like that I notice that sometimes doesn't sit well with me.  Much prefer if people keep to respectful terms during these things vs calling the other by their first name in an attempt to bring them down a level.  I hate power plays, just stick to the topics! No games!

The Lounge I'm comin' up so you better get this chat started Sep 27 2016
13:01 (UTC)
34

My favorite part was when Lester had to interrupt the debate because "I have to admonish the audience" for cheering and what not :-)

The Lounge I'm comin' up so you better get this chat started Sep 26 2016
17:04 (UTC)
41

ugh.  they can be rather stubborn with that stuff :-/

The Lounge I'm comin' up so you better get this chat started Sep 26 2016
16:55 (UTC)
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I was doing pretty good this morning.  And am looking forward to some new work I got this morning to handle.  But, yeah, all motivation has left after lunch.  Just want a nap now.

The Lounge I'm comin' up so you better get this chat started Sep 26 2016
15:07 (UTC)
46

the party sounds like it was pretty awesome :-)  I would have enjoyed all the cheesy puns :-D

morning all!

The Lounge She was a long cool Chatter in a black dress Sep 23 2016
20:55 (UTC)
1
I put butter on my batter. None on the griddle
The Lounge She was a long cool Chatter in a black dress Sep 23 2016
18:52 (UTC)
5
That sounds about right :-)
The Lounge She was a long cool Chatter in a black dress Sep 23 2016
18:32 (UTC)
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<3
The Lounge She was a long cool Chatter in a black dress Sep 23 2016
15:54 (UTC)
15
Side note: It's lunch time. Giving a toddler a fork is terrifying. I ever tell you about how my grandmother got stabbed in the eye by my uncle when he was a toddler? Instant family fear. Just like how all my cousins and I are now traumatized by the idea of being landlords thanks to all our parents crappy experience with that :-p. Scarred for life.
The Lounge She was a long cool Chatter in a black dress Sep 23 2016
15:51 (UTC)
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I considered that too. No cream in the house but milk might be fine.
The Lounge She was a long cool Chatter in a black dress Sep 23 2016
15:38 (UTC)
18
Roll into balls then cover in chocolate. The possibilities are endless! :-)

I think if I warm it up again it'll get a little more drizzle-y and maybe okay for the pie. But if not we will just shmear apple slices with it
The Lounge She was a long cool Chatter in a black dress Sep 23 2016
14:31 (UTC)
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Oh we will totally still find usage for it :-D. Might have to make some almond shortbread cookies next week to sandwich with the dulce
The Lounge She was a long cool Chatter in a black dress Sep 23 2016
14:21 (UTC)
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And it's probably going to be too thick to drizzle :-/ Delicious, but not exactly what I really was going for.
The Lounge She was a long cool Chatter in a black dress Sep 23 2016
14:01 (UTC)
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The dulce is taking forever though :-p. First time making it. Should have just done a caramel. Would have been faster
The Lounge She was a long cool Chatter in a black dress Sep 23 2016
13:52 (UTC)
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Haven't had a baking session like this is a whole. Feels good :-)
The Lounge She was a long cool Chatter in a black dress Sep 23 2016
12:53 (UTC)
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My house smells divine. Apple pie and crisp baked last night and this morning I just finished a chocolate bundt which is cooling while I finish up a dulce de leche on the stove top.
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