I am not going to write about our sudden discovery of water suddenly leaking from the innards of our washing machine and suddenly appearing one room away in our master closet. Our rug was suddenly wet, along with PVT's shoes (which turned the rug black), along with our baseboards. All of this was suddenly very sudden.
I emphasize sudden because sudden is covered by insurance, and S-L-O-W, apparently, is not covered, because you are an idiot if you do not discover a S-L-O-W leak. Even if it is coming from the BOTTOM of your washing machine and leaking to a back dark corner of your closet
No, I am not going to talk about this sudden nightmare. I am, instead, going to talk about something GOOD:
eye concoction is just awesome. I'm not sure how I discovered it - a free sample? A review? - but it is really wonderful. Since I was 25, I have been concerned about crow's feet and wrinkles aging me around the eyes, but what I should have been more concerned about are the dark circles under my eyes - circles I've had all my life, even before I had a jillion kids and could sleep whenever I damn well pleased. This eye stuff works like a concealer and a corrector all at once: the applicator works against puffiness, and the cream itself brightens dark circles within weeks - but it starts working right at once. I really do notice a difference - I actually look a bit rested, which is just the most hilarious thing because I sleep very fitfully from 2 am on, when Sylvie comes into my bed and starts kicking Phil and I in the head, and the baby starts wanting to eat every 38 minutes.
And for $39.50, it's a freak a lot cheaper than some of these fancy schmancy eye creams!
So there you go, dear friends. No tales of woe here; just some good eye junk.
And of course you know Clinique doesn't know me from a blocked pore in the wall, right?
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