I have NO nails done to post, but luckily I did a guest post for Heather at Peace, Love and Polish awhile back and since she has posted it this past weekend, I can show it to you!
Read on for a little sneak peek and a link to the full post!
Hi you guys!
I am back! I had such a full weekend of being out in the sun, at the pool and handling my boyfriends son (who IS quite the handful), then we were off to Nashville for the day on Monday.
Needless to say, when Tuesday rolled around and I found myself alone at home, I didn't do a damn thing!
Nashville was awesome though, and we totally want to move there now! While we were there, I also found an American Apparel so I bought a few more polishes of theirs to add to my sad collection of 3.
|It's time for BACK IN TIME! |
This is a 2 part feature on the blog where every month I do a Back in Time mani of my own and then halfway through the month I do one of Debbie's.
We did add a third person to the mix for Back in Time though, so next month we will rotate between the three of us choosing who does what. it's all behind the scenes stuff...
Just enjoy the pics!
Here we are the the last day of Book Week.
It also marks the last day of any theme weeks I have til next month, which is my favorite time of the month...relaxation.
I've been really happy with the nail art I've been putting out the last 2 weeks but I am READY for a break!
Todays Book Week theme is super basic - I call it - First Editions
|It's back to Book Week, on Day 4 now, which means only one more left! |
Today's book is by my 2nd favorite author, Bret Easton Ellis. I have read so many of his books it is ridiculous. My favorite is American Psycho, but since I did that last year for the 31 Day Challenge, I chose to do what was my favorite of his books that was made into a movie I loved. Yes, American Psycho was also made into a film (along with a few other books of his), but to be honest, outside of Christian Bale, that movie was atrocious compared to the book. Not that I ever thought they could really make that book into a movie, its far too grotesque for a major Hollywood release. ANYWAY! Come on...