You may have noticed a few changes to my blog the past few days. Thank you for being patient with me while I cluelessly dove head first into HTML, CSS, and many other website enhancements I had managed to skirt around for over a year.
My blog has needed a good facelift and ‘refreshment’ for quite some time, and I’ve finally had the time to sit down and do it. I still have a few little things to fix and create, so bear with me.
I have also recently discovered Bloglovin. How the heck I’ve managed to live this long without it…I’m not sure! This site was created for bloggers as a way to read all their favorite blogs in one place, without having to jump from web address to web address. Over the past few days I have loved finding amazing new blogs to add to my reader. I’ve also joined the bandwagon…so if you’re a Bloglovin fan, you can follow me here.
Not only is my blog getting an update…so is my wardrobe! My super-duper, 100% fantastic, lover of a husband gave me permission to order a box of shoes from Urbanog.com. If only you knew how much this meant to me. It has been over a year since I’ve been able to buy shoes, and trust me…after walking around Asia for a year my old shoes were on their last legs months ago. Surprise surprise they don’t sell size 9 (or Korean size 255) over here.
I took advantage of his generous offer and bought six pairs. Yes, I realize six pairs seem a little extreme, but when you haven’t bought shoes since December 2011, you have to do a little catching up. I was elated today when I answered my doorbell, and there my shoes were. They only took a week to get here; THANK YOU Urbanog for your amazing global service. Also for listing the value of each item at 1/4th of their price so that I didn’t have to pay customs a cent.
While we’re on the subject of shoes, I have to share a story. It is in fact the most bizarre, funniest thing that has happened in my entire life.
Check it out:
What would you have done in this situation?
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