Who even wears gloves?

Other than when skiing or snowboarding? Maybe the folks that live in Alaska or work out in the snow?

My sweet little family and I are headed North (Philadelphia to be specific) to celebrate my birthday and attend my company’s holiday party. For those that don’t know, we reside in Florida. So in packing for this trip, my husband has mentioned on several occasions that I need gloves. For real? No, thanks. 

While I did purchase a pair of boots and have decided to leave my favorite Reef’s behind, I refuse to wear gloves. No way am I covering up my beautiful, freshly painted pink and whites. Not to mention, it’s a far cry that I’ll actually “layer” on this trip so gloves are out of the question. Along with a beanie or head/ear cover thing. I can hardly wear sunglasses without them tickling my nose, headbands without giving me a headache and hats that make my head sweat. So I say no to gloves and beanies. 

If I don’t post for a while, my fingers have frost bite and you can laugh while thinking to yourself “what a dumb Floridian.” I promise it won’t hurt my feelings. 

Xoxo,

The Momēak 

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Leftover Chinese food

Half eaten Chinese. Mm…scrumptious!

Obviously I am still alive and well. 

I thought I’d share that yesterday for lunch, I had five day old leftover Chinese food — sweet and sour chicken, white rice and an egg roll to be specific. No symptoms (I.e. Upset stomach, vomiting… you get the picture). AND it was absolutely delicious!

What’s the point of the story? There isn’t one, really. But I do suggest you keep your leftovers refrigerated, heat them up before eating and wa-lah! 

I guess this is the point of the story… I didn’t spend more money on more food for lunch yesterday (my husband will be so proud) and I actually enjoyed it! Don’t throw leftovers away a day later like my Mom does. But be reasonable; consider the type of leftovers and definitely chuck them after day five!
Xoxo,

The Momēak