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Happy Saturday and 100 Follower Giveaway!

Happy Saturday everyone!!

Today I am "fall'ifying" the house, and being lazy. Let's just say it's been a great day so far.

No...Pumpkin Spice isn't back yet, but I did make my own version with my Nutri Bullet!

Green Mountain Pumpkin Spice K-Cup *smallest setting
Edy's Vanilla Ice Cream 1/2 the fat (2 spoonfuls)
Pumpkin Pie Spice


We restocked last night at Bath and Body Works. The hubster was a *little* surprised at the cost, but they will last!


All Things Pumpkin

Fall Table (one of my favorite ways to decorate is setting up the table)


And close-up

I'm also planning some things to share with all of you this week, including my next ISN series installment! :)

When I woke up this morning, I logged into Facebook and saw I reached 100 likes! That means I'll be doing a new giveaway tomorrow. Head over to my FB page now to vote on what the next giveaway should be, and then come back to enter tomorrow!

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  1. I love pumpkin too! I have a cleansing conditioner that smells like pumpkin. It smells so good.

    Making History in the Middle

  2. So excited for you!!!! I am waiting to fall-ify this year...I always do it so early and then I get bored of the decorations. So in October I'm doing Halloween and then in November switching to fall theme :)

    Tales of Teaching in Heels


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