Friends, I'm so sorry I've been absent this week. I'm spending the weekend working on some long overdue projects and catching up. Plus, I'll be visiting some wineries to discuss non-profit fundraising (and hopefully taste some wines). I love when business is so pleasurable.
Things are busy, busy, busy and I'm scrambling to get caught up. As Eloise would say, "Oh my Lord I am absolutely so busy I don't know how I can possibly get everything done!"
I have stories to tell you, packages to send, phone calls to make, emails to write, and some exciting changes to make which require figuring out all sorts of technical type things. Also, I seriously need to do some laundry.
I forgot to put up my Weekender post on Friday, but by the magic of the Internet I can back date this so it appears that I was timely. Abracadabra!
This weekend is all about: Cal Poly Baseball, breakfast in Shell Beach, a birthday celebration for my mom, and my favorite 2-year-old's garden birthday party. I have a sneaking suspicion that there will be karaoke, pudding dirt cups, and a win for the Mustangs.
My girls' getaway in Carpinteria was all about beautification: facials and manicures and pedicures and Bumble & Bumble hair products and 40 minutes spent on the makeup aisle in Rite-Aid.
In fact, I spent a full hour attempting to put beachy waves in my hair, following the instructions of a 12-year-old girl on YouTube. This is approximately 50 minutes more than I typically spend on my hair. I dutifully twisted and blow dryed, twisted and blow dryed, twisted and blow dryed.
And I ended up with this:
One side wavy, the other straight.
Of course, the waves on the right side of my head completely fell out after we had already left the condo and were well on our way to the brewery. And, friends, with a choice between going back home for another 30 minutes of twisting and blow drying or going to the brewery with half-done hair, I elected the brewery. I'm sure you're not surprised.