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Sticking to what I know

For the past couple of weeks I have been trying new things with my WOW routine and ummmmmmmm I’m just going to stick with the basics, lol. 179 more words

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About face

I think I’m reversing my previous comment about enjoying camp. I’m enduring it.

Who wouldn’t after having to give one hundred triple hunches? Don’t Ask me what that means. 63 more words


Now that we're corps members

The swearing in ceremony yesterday has confirmed us as bona fide corps members of the republic. Now we’re full government’s (via the military) bitches. They feed us, cloth us, dictate to us and basically own our asses. 154 more words


Changing It Up

First! Thank you for all of your super kind words! I’m over her cheesin’ (people still say that, right?)!

So, the past few days I’ve been rinsing my hair at night and letting it dry over night. 163 more words

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As Easy As 1-2-3

So I’m at the end of my third week and I’m still impressed!

I did manage to make a minor mistake this week, though. Last week, I stopped using my wide tooth comb to detangle my hair, but a couple of days ago I decided to us it again and destroyed my curls. 141 more words

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©Royal Danish Life Guards, Copenhagen Denmark

The Royal Life Guards is an infantry regiment of the Danish Army, founded in 1658 by King Frederick III. They are the permanent guard for the Royal Family at Amalienborg Palace and serve both as Ceremonial Guards and also in a front line combat role. 44 more words


©Household Cavalry, London

The Blues and Royals (top) and the Life Guards are the two Household Cavalry regiments in the British Armed Services, though they retain their own separate identities, officers, customs and uniforms. 22 more words