What a weekend...cute clothes & bad managers!

First off I have to do a happy dance because I spent the morning catching up on emails I hadn't had time for over the past few days and I won a really awesome prize I can't wait to share with y'all. It'll be a few weeks before I can mention more I think but until then... yay for new beauty products!

This morning I was in a bit of a rush because I had all three kids and the hubs was working. But of course it's Father's day and that meant I had to get dressed before lunchtime. I grabbed my new shorts and tossed them on the chair by my closet and was stumped about a shirt. It's soooo windy here in Montana today! Which often means what seems warm will feel cold after a while. One of the kids was calling for me so I turned around to go see what was up and noticed my favorite light-weight sweater was laying next to my shorts. Shorts and a sweater seems like a fashion don't be the outfit turned out to be shockingly cute.


Outfit from Forever21:


I completed it with simple flipflops, Jewelmint's Message in a Bottle Necklace and Angel Trumpet Earrings, Bath & Body Works Fine Fragrance Mist in Pink Chiffon, Physician's Formula Happy Mood Booster Bronzer & Blush, dark brown mascara and nude lips. Very casual but also really cute.

The awful part of the weekend was the rude manager at the local Boston's The Gourmet Pizza sports bar and restaurant. Had a waitress not walked up after the manager ignored us—and the woman with her kids in front of us—when NO hostesses were available I would have walked out. Chris, you were a wonderful and attentive server. I hope you enjoy the generous tip and that you did tell your manager her treatment of us was absolutely unacceptable.

I will NOT be eating at Boston's again after yesterday. With nothing on the menu that I like anymore and the poor treatment I cannot see a reason to return. If the place had been packed I'd have been understanding but it was very quiet. A 10 minute wait to be seated was utterly ridiculous. I've worked a restaurant before and would have at least apologized or offered a free dessert after two families had to put up with that. Chris deserves a raise and you (whatever your name was, all I saw was the manager tag under where your name was) deserve poor service the next time you go out to eat so you'll see how it feels to spend your time and money where it's not valued.

And on that note I am off to go call my daddy and wish him a happy Father's Day before True Blood!

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