I, like most people, have spent the last several days in the town I grew up in with my family. I have sat around in this old sleepy town eating more fried food than any one person should consume in a life time. My family, as I am sure just like yours, has proceeded to drive me crazy!
My sister-in-law scolded my father for passing the potatoes the wrong direction at dinner and my mother gave my Jewish boyfriend and I a daily Christian devotional (hoping for a spiritual revolution). In this daily devotional my brother got worked up over the mention my grandmother has one grandchild (she actually has four and neither me nor my brother were mentioned as being born). My grandmother has screamed “Can ya’ll talk louder” all weekend, my father is suffering from something that resembles the Spanish flu, and the rest of the family fought over who will inherit my grandmother’s house (who is still alive). -Please note: my family has two other houses which they have “deconstructed” unlivable in an attempt to renovate them…
However, this is the Holidays!
I love them, they love me, and for that… I am very lucky!
The weather in Knoxville, Tn (that is the dirty south) has been very wet and cold. I’ve found myself in the need of some very severe skin care attention!!!
Peace, divine love, perfect health, eternal wisdom and infinite blessings unto you, Precious One. Ancient Kamitian (Egyptian) folklore recalls a miraculous skincream, a secret of the great sages, mystics, magicians and healers used to maintain radiant, healthy, smooth and glowing skin.
While the cream doesn’t actually procduce all that, it does keep your skin moistorized in extreme circumstances…
Plus + it is made in the U.S.A.
With this, I am ready for the next leg of the trip!!!
***beauty always comes from within, photos from here and there and everywehere. xoxo, behind the mirror***