Random Thoughts on Thursday

6:00 AM

*  Holy wind.  The wind has been blowing here for weeks.  Some days more than others.  Yesterday I think my welcome mat may have blown to Kansas.  The gusts were over 50 mph!  No good hair days here.

* It's been pretty warm here.  In the 60's.  Tulips are coming up.  Spiders are coming in the house.  I've been spring cleaning.  Kind of.  It's more like organizing and cleaning clutter.  I'd open the windows if it didn't mean I'd have to dust the second I closed them.

* I have a new favorite beauty product.  Aveda Composition Oil.  Denver is very dry and my skin is even drier in the winter with the cold air.  To get into work, I have to scan a badge and then fingerprint in to get through the gate.  In the early, cold mornings I have a hard time fingerprinting in. I've been using the composition oil after showering in the morning and then again at night as a base under my hand cream.  It's not a greasy type of oil, it soaks in very quickly.  Plus it smells good!  It can be used in the bath or directly on the skin.  I can't wait to see what it's like in the summer after I've been working in the garden all day!  (Just so you know, I was not compensate for this post.  It's completely my own opinion.  I did get a free bottle though, as a birthday present from Aveda for being a rewards member).

Happy Thursday my friends!

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3 comments

  1. a great recommendation that I'm going to try....I've tried everything else, it seems! I'm like a lizard in the winter!!! :)

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  2. the last time it was windy I lost my electricity so I'm not a huge fan of windy days. We are starting to see spring here as well and it's fine with me :)

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  3. I got a free composition oil from Aveda for my birthday and have yet to try it. I guess I didn't realize it can help with dry hands. I think I'll be cracking that bottle open tonight to give it a whirl!

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