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Good Morning,

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How’s your weekend been? I just got back from another trip yesterday. Today, I’m just trying to prepare for the week ahead and, as they say, get my life together! I’ve had a stressful past three weeks. 🙁
This dark orange (some may say red, but it’s dark orange/red in my opinion) Amazon tee is $17 and very comfy.

I’m wearing a size M; it’s great with leggings or jeans.☀? For sizing reference, I’m 5 4” and wear a 6 in most jeans.  In juniors I wear a 7 or 9, depending on the brand.  I wear a 9 in all of the No Boundaries pants, including these camo jeggings from Walmart.


Twin Mom Life 🙂 🙂
One of the joys of having twins comes from conversations like the one I had with my daughter as we walked through Chicago Midway airport the other day. She will be transferring to Millikin University this fall, and I was explaining how she could take a train from Midway to Chicago to visit her Dad’s mother, and then another train from Chicago to Gary, IN to visit my mother.

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“While we’re walking, make sure you’re actually reading the signs overhead and noticing the art on the walls, so you know what you’re doing when you have to travel alone.”

“Ok,” she said.

“Have you ever taken a train by yourself?,” I asked.

“Yes,” my daughter replied without hesitation.

“You have?” I asked, a little surprised.

“Mmm-hmm” she said assuredly, walking and nodding as she pulled her suitcase behind her.

“From Chicago to Indiana or vice versa?

“Yep,” she replied tersely.

“BY-YOUR-SELF?” I said very distinctly, just to be sure I was making myself clear.

“YES,” she said, more firmly and audibly; an indication that I was starting to get on her nerves.

“Without your brother?” I said doubtfully.

“Well yeah, Nile was with me,” she says, with a tone of “like, Duh. Of course.”

Silly me. What was I thinking????‍♀️

Twin logic.  Gotta love it. ?

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Happy Sunday,

HLJ

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