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Five on Friday

1.  We just subscribed to Shomi . You can set it up to be billed through your cable service provider or through your credit card. I chose credit card because that way I could easily use it on a second device. Hugh and I have gotten into Vikings and I have fallen in love with Jane the Virgin. Boone fell in love with Bubble Guppies! There is lots more content I am excited to explore. I will let you know what else I find!

2.  Deena wrote a fabulous post about receiving a Hall of Fame award at the Shellbrook Sports Awards on Saturday. Our team, the Ganza, won 9 provincial titles in a row and in the tenth year went up a category to attend Westerns winning silver at provincials. I was with the team for the last 5 years.  Ganza was truly special. I am #4. 

3.  The back to work countdown is on. I head back next Thursday for a half day (unofficially) and Friday for a full day (officially). I am starting in a new building and have 2 new math classes on my plate. I start to get anxious when I think about it too much. I am fortunate to have an amazing partner in Hugh and I will need to take advantage of that in the coming weeks. Luckily,  I only have to put in 3 weeks before the Feburary break :-). 

4. I am taking part in another style challenge. This one is put on by Lisa at Daily Style Challenge. Deena loves her tastes, so I am excited. I am also excited because Alison at Get Your Pretty On, whose challenges I have done in the past, has cranked her price up to $50 a challenge. Lisa is charging $9.95 (which is where Alison started!).  It starts February 1. I look forwarded to seeing some of your outfits in the closed Facebook group (one of my favorite parts). Go HERE to sign up!

Here I am trying on some of my back-to-school purchases (jeggings and button up both The Gap). I always text my purchases to Deena for approval.


5. I am doing something new with my closet. Check out Christy's post about how she organizes hers. She has inspired me to copy her!  I typically have my tops ordered by color, but that is going out the window. I have also copied Christy with her Five on Friday, so her blog is definitely worth reading. And she is Deena's BFF. Need I say more? I shall let you know how my new closet organization fairs. 

Happy Friday!

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  1. I forgot to check my calendar to book a lunch date for this week? next week? Oops. Will do that today. I love the bright blazer and that mess of clothes on your bed.

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  2. You are so kind. I'm very excited to hear that you are going to try the closet reorg. Be sure to report back in a few weeks and let us know how it went. For the record, I donated the shirt I wore yesterday, so that is 2 in the past 2 weeks. Yikes. I am making room for new purchases :)

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  3. I am so excited that we are going to be colleagues! Come to me with any questions you have about our building - I'll be your big sister on staff. ��

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  4. Yes, Deena! We need a date. I completely forgot we were going to set another one too, or I would have harassed you.

    I will definitely report back, Christy. I don't have an extensive wardrobe like you or Deena, but by grouping all my tops together, and my layering shirts and cardigans/blazers separately, I realized I have quite a few tops to get through. I didn't count, but it would be a months worth likely. It made me think about getting rid of more of them. . . even if I kind of like them. Like you said, it is about wearing clothes that make you feel good and I want to wear those more often. Now, here lies the hard part. I keep thinking that I will regret throwing out a shirt that I still like, just not love, because a time may roll around where I may fall more in love with it! Sigh. It's a no win for me.

    Rebecca! I am going to be at school Thursday. I am going to email and take you up on that big sister offer.

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