Thursday, December 31, 2015

4pm pick me up!


I always love mashups of the hit songs from the year and this one is SO fun! Xo!


Ps. Happy 2016! I can't wait to share with you all of the new things I've been planning and working on! P&B will be off tomorrow, but be sure to check back Monday and stay tuned for a new series launching at the end of the week! Thank you for sticking with me for another year :)

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Must or Bust | Taste Test

Here I am with yet another taste test for you! These were something I had been looking for the whole holiday season and babytooth's coworker was nice enough to finally get her hands on these at a Walmart 2 hours away! Without further ado...



Hot Chocolate Dark Chocolate M&Ms 
Smell: Chocolatey
Taste: These are AH-MAZ-ING! They are so chocolatey, but right at the end they have a very sweet marshmallowy taste. I love them. I think they are the most spot on flavored thing I've tasted all Holiday season!




So it should come as no surprise that these are a...




Monday, December 28, 2015

What I Got For Christmas! | Part 1


I hope you all had the happiest of Christmases and Santa brought you everything you wished for! Here's a look at what I got Christmas Morning from my Dad!


Shown above: Formula X Bottle Service nail polish set, Arlo from The Good Dinosaur-full size and a smaller one. 2 scarves, a faux fur blanket, 2 Paris Amore body lotions from Bath & Body Works, Urban Decay Naked Skin concealer, Inside Out, and Strong Looks Better Naked by Khloe Kardashian


You may not know this about me, but I love cartoon dinosaurs. Like from the first time I saw The Land Before Time, I was hooked. Actually here's a trip down memory lane for you. When I was 4, my dad took me to the theater to see The Land Before Time and when we left, he noticed I had my hand closed like I was holding on to something. He asked me "Kayla, what are you holding?" and I looked up and said "Littlefoot's hand." But I didn't actually have a Littlefoot, I was pretending. So that year for Christmas, my Dad got me a Littlefoot stuffie. And Littlefoot has been my right hand man ever since! Cut to this year and I just knew I had to see The Good Dinosaur when it came out. I made my dad take me the day before Thanksgiving when it hit theaters. Needless to say, we weren't the only father/daughter combo there, but we were certainly the oldest! So when he was out Christmas shopping for me, he went to Toys R Us and they only had the small Arlo. He picked it up and knew I'd be excited to see him under the tree. But on Christmas Eve, he was still on the hunt for Inside Out (which is one of the greatest Disney movies ever, see it immediately if you haven't already), so back to Toys R Us he went. Right when he walked in, he spotted the big Arlo and there was only 3 of them! So under his arm he went and then he finally located the movie. At the checkout counter, the cashier looked at his purchases and said "Wow, you're going to have one happy little kid tomorrow." To which my dad replied "Yeah, she's 31" ;) 


Let me know what you got for Christmas and be sure to check back tomorrow to see the rest of things I was lucky enough to get this year! Xo!

Thursday, December 24, 2015

4pm pick me up!


Here's a little #throwback that makes me insanely happy. Enjoy the next 19 minutes, xo!

Ps. Happy Christmas Eve, I hope you are surrounded with love and traditions tonight :)

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Last Minute Gift Ideas


Mugs are always a great gift idea! You can even throw some k-cups in it or a couple of packets of hot chocolate.
Earbuds are something everyone needs. These just happen to be pretty.
Cold weather gear cause like it or not, winter is coming to stay for a few months. 
Keychains are the new thing, especially these fluffy ball ones. 
Honestly, you can never go wrong with a candle or a candle holder as a gift. I love how cute these are. 
If someone tells you they don't like a bath gift set, they're lying. Everyone loves to smell good. Philosophy makes some great scents. 
The emoji pillows are adorable and make a great gift for anyone on your last minute list.
Pretty notebooks are a complete gift to me, but add a nice pen and bam, donzo!

Good luck out there getting your last minute gifts, I've actually been done for days and that's a Christmas miracle! Let me know what you want for Christmas, I think everything above would be amazing under my tree, xo!

Monday, December 21, 2015

Must or Bust | Taste Test




Today's MoB is another new holiday treat to hit the shelves. Let's see if the latest Oreo is a must or a bust!


Oreo Gingerbread 
Smell: Cinnamon, vanilla, a touch of nutmeg
Taste: To be completely honest, these taste like something I've had before, but I can't seem to figure out what that is. Ginger snaps maybe, I can't be sure. But these are tasty, not an overwhelming gingerbread flavor, but not all vanilla cookie either. It's a nice balance if you aren't 100% sure you actually like gingerbread like me. So I'm calling these a...


Well kinda. I definitely wouldn't purchase these again, but they were fun to have while I watched endless hours of made for TV Xmas movies. If you like gingerbread, check these out! Let me know if there's anything you want me to try out for you cause you know I will! Xo

Thursday, December 17, 2015

4pm pick me up!


One of my favorites! Xo


Must or Bust | Taste Test





White Peppermint M&Ms
Smell: Pepperminty and Chocolate
Taste: These taste exactly like the Candy Cane Hershey Kisses. Like spot on. Just with a hard shell. I want to actually throw some of these in my hot chocolate. I feel like if you love minty candies, you will definitely like these! Or if you like the candy cane kisses and like M&Ms, you'll love these! 

I'm calling this one a...


being I repurchased them already!

I wanted to try the Hot Chocolate M&Ms, but my target didn't have them :( if you tried them, can you let me know if they're worth the hype in the comments. I'm really interested to hear! Ps. another holiday taste test will be up next week. Xo!

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Gift Guide | For Her pt 2

Today is all about that glam girl in your life. These will be sure to get you some bonus points!


Top Left to Bottom Right:



Top Left to Bottom Right:
Rebecca Minkoff Moto Satchel
Call It Spring Bubblegum Crossbody Bag
*not the exact bag cause of course the one picture is sold out-insert side eye emoji here
Aldo Zitzow Tote Bag
Chloe Marcie Satchel



Would you want any of these under your tree? Let me know if the comments and stay tuned cause next week's last gift guide will be for the last minute shoppers and all under $20, xo!

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Holiday Party Style Guide

I'm back again with another Holiday themed post today and for this one, I've teamed up with the amazing people over at The Black Tux.


Their style guide inspired me to put together my ideal outfit for a fancy holiday bash!


I went with the always in style LBD with a sparkly statement necklace, drop earrings, strappy stilettos, and my favorite part of the whole look, the adorable Kate Spade gift clutch!


For glam, a classic ponytail, candy apple red nails, and of course a festive red lip to pull it all together!


Does your date not own a tux? (like all of the guys I've dated...) The Black Tux has amazing tuxedo rentals. Yup, you read that right! They make it so easy for your dude to look his best for the next big event, check them out! Ps. they have this new Velvet Jacket Tuxedo and it looks so amazing!
And the great people over at the Black Tux want you to really look your best this Holiday season, so they hooked it up with a coupon code for all tuxedo and suit orders made before December 22nd. Just use the code THEBLACKTUXNYE2016 at checkout for $20 off!!




Let me know what your go to Holiday party look is, xo!


Monday, December 14, 2015

a holiday book in review!



Brief Summary:
All I Want For Christmas – Four New Holiday Novellas from Marching Ink

Making Christmas by Laura Chapman 
While settling into a new career in a new community, Ivy is determined not to let the holiday season pass her by. Enter the grownup advent calendar: twenty-four days of festivities to celebrate Christmas. What begins as a bit of fun turns into a mission to spread cheer when she meets Everett. After learning about his bad Christmas attitude, she invites him to join her quest. Despite his initial reservations, Everett quickly gets caught up in the spirit of the calendar. But when new feelings surface and are impossible to ignore, Everett’s inner curmudgeon threatens to put a damper on the whole experience.

Nine Ladies Dancing by Cat Lavoie 
Casey Ellis is the last person who should be planning her office’s holiday party. Convinced she’s plagued with chronic Christmas bad luck, Casey isn’t interested in tempting fate. But when putting on a party planner hat seems like a good way to get closer to her longtime crush, Casey takes charge—and braces for impact.
When things start to fall apart—just like Casey knew they would—will she run and hide, or will she learn that bad luck can sometimes turn out to be Christmas magic in disguise?

The Christmas Surprise by Samantha March
Juliette Mabry is a happily married stay-at-home wife and mother...until there appears to be trouble brewing in her nearly ten-year marriage. Juliette takes it upon herself to find out if her husband is up to no good, but does she want to know the truth? Everything is revealed on Christmas, and Juliette is in for her biggest Christmas surprise.

What Happens at Midnight by Laura Chapman
Romantic comedy junkie Natalie lives out those fantasies in real life three New Year's Eves in a row when fate throws her together with the same handsome stranger. A heartbreaking turn of events leaves her swearing off of love, forevers, and the holidays (bah humbug). That is until the mystery man from her past reappears years later. Over a holiday season, Natalie struggles to reconcile the whimsical notions of her past with the practical sensibilities she has worked so hard to develop. With the countdown to a new year looming, she must decide whether or not she is willing to give happily ever after another shot. 


Review:

I received this book in exchange for my honest review. Okay, each of these stories were amazing! The all reminded me of one of my holiday obsessions which is the Hallmark Channel Xmas movies. I love a book of short stories, especially this time of year, it's so easy to spend an afternoon lost in someone else's holiday drama. And then when you finish the story, there's another one waiting for you! I tried to pick which one I loved the best and seriously, I just couldn't. I love each of them and if they were Hallmark movies, I would watch them over and over. If you love the Holidays or need to get into the Holiday spirit, pick this 5 star book up! Xo!


a book in review!

Friday, December 11, 2015

Release Day!

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TITLE: Frosted Sweets
SERIES: A Taste of Love (Book 1)
AUTHOR: A.M. Willard
PUBLISHER: Booktrope Publishing
RELEASE: DEC 11, 2015
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Will it turn into sugar and spice? Or a friendship over some frosted treats?
Morgan Lewis, the owner of The Polka Dot CafĂ© & Bakery, is about to wed the man she’s spent the last four years building a life with. What she doesn’t know is, that’s all about to change. Can her life move past a wedding disaster? Can her crazy friends help her pick up the pieces? And what's in store for this sweet baker? Along with a booming business, the Christmas holiday rush, and her friends, Morgan is really sent into a spin when Jayden Rivers moves to town. Jayden’s focus is on his career in production, but what he wasn’t expecting was to be knocked off his feet by a woman in the park. Sparks fly, but he’s not sure if she’s truly available or taken. With a severe sweet tooth and an addiction to Morgan Lewis’s treats, he can’t seem to stay away. A.M. Willard brings you a romantic comedy with a touch of contemporary romance and a dash of chick lit, which takes you on a journey of friendship. Frosted Sweets is the first installment of A Taste of Love Series in which we follow the lives of Morgan and Jayden, who are discovering life is anything but what it seems.
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A.M. Willard is a true believer of soul mates, and happy ever afters. She enjoys reading, sailing, and of course writing contemporary romance with some saucy scenes. Releasing her first novella of the One Night Series on April 12, 2014 has sent her on a new journey in life. A.M.'s passion for writing started at a young age, but with the love and support from her husband of eighteen years pushed her to follow her dreams. Once she hit that first publish button, she hasn't looked back. Publications available from A.M. Willard include the Chances Series, Love on the Screen, and everyone's favorite, the One Night Series. She's also had an article published in the Writer's Monthly Review Magazine and was just accepted into the Romance Writers of America organization in May of 2015. A.M. Willard was born and raised in the Panhandle of Florida, but resides in Savannah GA with her husband, son, two cats, one rotten dog, and her six chickens. Yes, we said chickens... You can connect with A.M. Willard on her website at www.amwillard.com or subscribe to her newsletter for the latest releases, teasers, and sale alerts: http://eepurl.com/bb-Cd1

Fiveday = Hooray!

Well, hello there! I don't know about you, but this week has been SO long! But the weather has been surprisingly very Californian. Like upper 50's all week, it's very weird for almost mid December. But just remind me when it's 8 everyday that I was thinking this weather was "weird" #northeastproblems Anywho, low key weekend on deck which is great cause next week is jam packed. Ps. TONS of stuff coming up on here and some stuff already in the works for 2016! I think 2016 will be p&b's best year yet ;)



award for the end of the semester


my newest obsession, my baby nieces, Minnie & Joy<3. 


before & after. I'm a new woman!


platinum hair, don't care


street art on my lunchtime walk



Thursday, December 10, 2015

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

#throwback series

Another week into the #tb series and today brings us one of my most successful series I've ever run on p&b...yup, you guessed it, it's a stroll back down my mishaps in online dating!

Matchmaker, matchmaker make me a match...
was originally posted on 1.27.15
Here's another installment of Match.com emails and my responses that don't get sent. I just want to make it clear of what exactly I'm looking for, cause there are some people-ie; the guys below- that just don't get it. I am in the market for a guy who likes sports in the age range of 28-34 (okay, I'll go 26-36 if he's my soulmate) and is over 5'10...


Our first, second, third, & fourth email come from 'bakedpizza42o' age 27. He writes;

Jan 16th: "Why is it every older chick says no"
Jan 17th: "She said no"
Jan 18th: "If ur on here so much u should try me"
Jan 23rd: "Are we only left with each other"


My response would be something along the lines of;

"Hey there stonerboy. Here's a couple of tips for the next time you email an "older chick". 1-don't call her an "older chick" cause no one wants to be reminded of their age. 2-why not start the email off with something like, I don't know, maybe "Hey, I'm _____." 3-don't insult someone. You emailed me 3 days in a row with no response, maybe you're the one who is always on here. 4-please pull the camera way from your face on your next selfie. 5-we could be the last two people on earth and it still wouldn't happen. Lots of luck!"


Here's two emails from a 46 year old gentleman, that came within 2 minutes of each other;

"Hi like to take you out for a few drinks and dinner so let me no I am building 3 more new houses near *my town and can meet you where you like hope to hear from you Thank you."
"Sweet I would like to take you to dinner thanks."


Showed my dad this one, here's what he said:

"Give me a break." "What the hell is wrong with some people?" "Who does he think he is Carlos Santana??" You're 30, he's 46..."


This gem comes to you from 'all_u_erv_needed';

"Hello there, Merry Christmas I'm Chris, nice to meet you! I'm not from the area, but am in *town across the river for a few days am here fairly often and would like to do something fun! If you are interested in hanging out with a fun, interesting guy with no pressure, since I'll be going home in a few days, you should let me know ;) hopefully I'll hear from you soon!"


This response should come as no surprise..;

"Merry Christmas! Did you open the wrong app? Last I checked this isn't Tinder...but anyway, that's great that you are occasionally in the area and like fun stuff. Cause that's definitely why my manager/best friend paid $43 for me to have this membership. But anyway, you are pretty cute-I would've totally swiped left for you on the Tinder-if I had one, cause again, I am only looking for occasional fun with no pressure! Let me know if you're in the area for Easter, by then I may just want a 
random hookup ;)"

Are you my Match?

originally posted 1.20.15

In the middle of November, after getting disappeared on again by a certain magician, my friends had enough. baby tooth & MK sat me down for a talk-during a Rangers game- said "Kayla, enough is enough. Magician is never going to stay around for long and you deserve someone who wants to give you the time of day." And then proceed to rip apart his instagram pictures, "he uses too many hashtags." "why does it look like that?" "#guydancing ??" After crying off our mascara, they started to build me a Match.com profile. 

It was fun answering the questions and picking out the pictures. I don't actually think any of us thought anything would come from it, but we took a good hour or so to make what we decided is a profile that describes me perfectly. After that, it was up to me (& MK aka my manager) to weed thru the duds ranging in ages 28-34 and find the Princes. 

I've gone back and forth about sharing my online dating experience on here, but I receive way to many super funny, weird, and creepy emails from potential *never going to happen suitors.

Like this one I just received from a 58 year old man. He writes;
 "Very interested because you are attractive, young , live short drive north and HAVE NO BAGGAGE Dont know if you are aware that 90% of the women on this site are divorced usually with kids and many with kids at home In any event I am a civil engr working as a Const Mgr in NYC but live in a condo (alone) in Westchester. Also have a condo in Florida but dont seem to get there enough to enjoy it and hopefully that will change shortly when I meet the right person. I am a widower trying to establish a relationship with someone like you to share and enjoy all that life offers. Keep fit by working out at a local club Also ran NYC marathon 3 times a few years ago. Once owned a thoroughbred but it became a tax problem so now enjoy Saratoga in summer and Gulfstream in winter when down in Florida love to cruise and enjoy the beaches, dancing, dinners, shows and even the Casino. Point is I know how and when to have fun as long as I am with the right person Would really like to meet you for dinner and/or a few drinks or at least start a chat how abou it Rudy"

Unfortunately, I've decided not to write Rudy back. But if I had, it would read something like this;
"Hi Rudy, I was not aware that there are a lot of female divorcees on this website. Probably because I am in the market for a man. Also, it's great that you live alone and have a condo in FL. My Grandpa also likes Florida this time of year. You and my dad have a lot in common, you're both 58 and single, but my dad has a kid who lives at home. Which is me, it's still a pretty expensive economy and taxes are high on other stuff besides horses, so I will remain at home. I'm sure you killed it when you ran the NYC marathon a "few years ago", you probably were very fit in the 70s. I hope you find a young lady that suits your need for a fun lifestyle with the right person"

Another email that will go unanswered is this one...
"Hi how are you?. Merry Christmas first off to you and your family Well here goes nothing, If you are looking for a good guy, smart, very successful, great job, smell nice, fresh breath, funny, and I can run really really fast then I am your guy. I promise, You would be very happy if you met me. I really am a nice guy. My mom told me so. In fact, I was given the "Great Guy" award for top boyfriend prospects in America. Made up of all single or divorced womens moms (SDWM Foundation) across the country. Not well know but very powerful lol. I can show you the plaque. Hope to hear from you and again Merry Christmas. 
John" 
Sorry "my mom told me I'm a good guy" John, but my mom tells me I'm a Princess. Yet I still don't have a tiara. And you lost me at really fast runner, cause who really cares how fast you can run..

Here's one of my personal favorites;
"OMG YOUR PICTURES ARE BEAUTIFUL 

Hi there I have been trying to upload a picture but it keeps rejecting the size I cropped it shrunk it an won't upload. I can send one through my cell for you. But what I want to say is after reading your profile an looking at your photos I must say you are very very attractive and just seeing your smile made me want to email you. You must really look at the photos you posted an see how beautiful you really are. It just makes me think why someone like you would be single. Lol we all have past an should not look back but look at the future. Anyway let me know if I can send u my pic an hopefully take you out for a night whether it be dinner a movie whatever as long as I could see you by my side."

I actually gave him my email address cause he sent 3 follow up emails on wanting to send a pic to me to "see if we click". Looks aren't everything to me, but I needed to see what this weirdo looked like. Well, after opening his email...maybe looks are more important to me than I thought...

The Match.com experience hasn't been all weirdos. I've met a few really great guys and went on some good dates. I just haven't met "my match" yet.



*Mis-Matched

originally posted on 3.3.15

I've learned something pretty major after being on Match.com for about 3 months...men can't read. I don't mean that in a bitchy way, I mean that in a very matter of fact way. They don't read the typos in their emails/profiles, they don't read what my profile, and they certainly don't read what I'm looking for.  The point of taking the time to fill out the "My Match" section is to be clear about what you are looking for. Most men answer this section with every answer possible, but us gals, we really think about this part. Which leads me to the first email of the day...but before I dive into that let me refresh your memory on what I'm looking for in My potential match.

Age: 28 to 34
Height: 5'10 to 7'
Body Type: About average, athletic and toned
Eyes: Blue, Brown, Green, Hazel
Hair: Black, Light brown, Dark brown, Blonde
Smoke: No Way
Drink: Social Drinker
Occupation: no answer
Income: No Preference
Relationship: Never Married
Have kids: No
Want kids: No Preference
Ethnicity: White/Caucasian
Faith: No Preference
Languages: English
Education: No Preference

So now that we are caught up on that, the following email comes from a 39 year old who is 5'8. Sigh.

"Hey I spit my time between the city and upstate by you. So many great places in *where I live* (which he spelt incorrectly) like *lists 5 places in my town and then 2 in another town* Would you like to grab a drink at the roundhouse sometime?- Mark"

"Hi Mark. How long have you been a rapper? I'm an aspiring rapper myself. I spit all the time. My flows are getting pretty good. "

Next up comes from a 41 year old who has a child.

"Hello there....I read your profile and thought I'd send you a quick email.
You are a bit younger than I, but all of my friends are younger than me as well....they need to be to keep up. I get guesses in the late 20s all the time...and am very athletic.
I like that fact you love hockey...King Henrik ;) 
I like to watch myself.
Send me an email if you would like to talk more...
Derrick"

"Hi Derrick, I don't even know where to start. Having all younger friends as a man at 41 means one of two things. 1-your immature and 2-no one your age wants to hang out with you because of #1. You would've gotten points-big points-if you said Nasher instead of Hank. You like to watch yourself doing what? Bro-ing out with your young friends, lifting at the gym...or did you mean you like to watch hockey too? If so, no need to make it another sentence. I'm confused about what more YOU would like to talk about. You didn't ask me anything or give me anything to really respond to. You and your ego can have a great time watching yourself. Ps. your name is spelt dumb."

Here's one from a 38 year old who's 5'6.
"Hey hey hey I just got to say something that you probably hear all the time. Just beautiful. Just beautiful. Want to get to know this confidant non douche bag guy then just wink back and our lives just might change. ;)"

My response would be short and simple.
"I'm good. Thanks."


Here's to another week of online dating, where I will continue my search to find my Prince Charming...or at least a dude that can read. Xo!

And still not Matched yet...
originally posted on 3.10.15

Sometimes I just browse thru profiles on Match.com like some may browse for shoes. You occasionally click on ones that you know you won't like, but you need a second look to see if you are seeing it correctly. This next email comes from a dude that I looked at his profile (& did nothing, no wink, no like..aka not interested.) But here's what he pitched my way.


"Make me laugh . I 
challenge you to a joke off 
?!!! Then a cheer competition . What's up 
now ?!?!!!!!!! :p "

No. Just no.

Up next comes an email from probably one of the strangest looking guys I've ever seen.

"Hey! You sound fun. I don't know if I've ever heard a girl say "I love makeup and girly things."...and not trying to sound like a valley girl. But then you said you write a style blog, so I believe you. That sound pretty awesome. 
Not that I'm into makeup and girly stuff, but I'm definitely into people doing their own thing and carving out their own place in the world. That's awesome.
I bet you and I don't have a whole lot in common on the surface things; but for some reason, I have a feeling you and I would find a deeper commonality.
Plus you're a total babe and probably out of my league, but if I never said/typed anything to you I'd never know anyway....so BAM...do with me what you will, Universe. -Marty"

Hi Marty. Here's a fun fact about me, when I'm extremely uncomfortable I start to sound like a valley girl. No like really, I do! I'm glad to know you aren't into makeup or girly things, cause well that'd just be weird. You are certainly correct when you say that we don't have a lot in common. I'm not saying that to be funny, I'm 100% serious. I took a peek at your profile. We literally have nothing in common. Well, we have one thing in common-we're both single. Did you really say you are looking for someone to do "even a little harmless crime here and there"?? Last I checked, Bonnie and Clyde didn't end well. Well, the '03 Bonnie and Clyde are still going strong-I see you, B and Hov. I bet you don't even know who that is, huh? Yeah, you said it best-nothing in common. Thanks for the compliment, I've never been called a "total babe" then again, I was under 13 for most of the 90's. You can thank the Universe, you ended up on my pretty cool blog, and I know about 4 people, 5 if we remind my Aunt that will read this...lots of luck finding your cellmate!

And last, but certainly not least. I bring you this.

"Equal parts animal lover. 1 dog and 2 cats.....I have to ask the important question..do they like each other? ;)"

I know for sure that I am not the only person to have ever a dog and cats living together. Why is this such a hot topic?? Anyways, for your reading pleasure, I actually wrote this fella back. Here's how the convo went...
Him: "Equal parts animal lover. 1 dog and 2 cats.....I have to ask the important question..do they like each other? ;)"
Me: "Not at all. It's like the Hunger Games here daily."
Him: "Oh boy lol :) how long have you had the little ones for?"
Me: "Nothing little about them. Cats are both 20 pounds each and the dog is a Great Dane."
Him: "I use the term "little" as a cute term...doesn't necessarily mean their light weight :) they sound great :)" "You have beautiful eyes"
Me: "Thanks. They are. I'm planning on getting a llama this summer. Do you have any pets?"
Him: "At the moment I don't but it is definitely in my future. My job does not give me the amount of time it takes to give them enough attention. I used to do cat rescue a while back :)"
Me: "Animals are great! But unfortunately, if you don't have enough time for a pet, you don't have enough time for me. Good luck to you!"

In real life, it's always harmonious here, okay for the most part. And none of my babies are even close to 20 lbs. And for what it's worth, I felt bad for leading him on for those short 10 minutes...so Karma, if you're listening to me, I'm sorry.

This was one of my fave topics to post about. I didn't end up continuing online dating cause it was a complete bust, but I did get some great material out of it. Let me know if you have any horrible online dating experiences, we can trade war stories together, xo!