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Showing posts from March 13, 2017

My JLB Favorites

Hey y'all! Here are some of my favorite JLB Spring Collection items! They are all so cute and you can get 15% off on any item from JLB by using my code GBBHS17! If you use my code, send me a message at WITH PROOF of using my code and I will send you free stickers!! 

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Florida Update

Hey y'all! I am FINALLY at the beach!! Today we are at Pensacola, a town an hour away from Destin. We are staying here tonight then we are heading to Destin tomorrow. When my family and I arrived at Pensacola, it was sprinkling so my mom and I decided to check out some shops near our RV resort. I found a Jadelynn Brooke hat in a boutique that says "Beach Vibes Only", it's so cute!! I can't wait to take pictures of it tomorrow. I'm not sure if the hat is a new or old product, because it is not available on the website and the boutique had some older shirts from Jadelynn Brooke. It could possibly be a new hat but JLB hasn't shown it yet. Click here to view Jadelynn Brooke's hats and accessories! (Use my code GBBHS17 for 15% off at checkout!)

Anyways, after my mom and I went shopping we went on a drove on a road to see all of the colorful houses. I saw a sandy trail on the side of the road and asked my mom to stop so we can go to the ocean. We stopped the…

Festival of Colors

Hey y'all! So if you have been on Google, you will notice that the logo for Google is splattered with bright colors today. I got curious so  I clicked on the logo to discover what it meant. Well, today is the Holi Festival celebrated in India, Nepal, and many other countries! Today Hindu people celebrate by hugging each other, throwing bright colored powders in the air, and giving blessings to others. The people tell stories and legends around a fire with friends and family and sing songs. The Holi Festival is also known as Festival of Colors and Festival of Love. The night before the festival, people build a fire to celebrate that good conquers evil. The colorful powders represent the coming of spring and all of the bright colors that nature brings. I think it is important to learn about other cultures and religions because you can connect to several other people that way and you can gain your knowledge. Thank you for reading!


Source of Information: http://www.holifestiv…