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haha, some mineral makeup from a company called Everyday minerals. Ever heard of them?





Until one has loved an animal, part of their soul remains unawakened.

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Went to Centinela Feed and Pet Supply after work and bought:



Four cases of canned cat food for my own furgirls



An extra case of canned cat food to toss in the store's donation box, all donations to be given to the local animal shelters, since it's a BIG box and there was just one tiny thing inside already and it looked really pathetic sitting way down at the bottom all by itself.



Nine stainless steel food dishes which are easier to clean than ceramic dishes



A 16 pound jug of cat litter which the staff will refill for about half the cost every time I bring the jug back to the store.



and a catnip filled soft dreidel Chanukah cat toy to find out for sure if Violet is a Jewish cat.



She is. *dances the hora*

*this space not for sale*
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and a catnip filled soft dreidel Chanukah cat toy to find out for sure if Violet is a Jewish cat.



She is. *dances the hora*



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She is. *dances the hora*







Oh man this cracked me up!
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Woops forgot to post what I bought.



Eco Tools foundation brush...

http://www.parispresents.com/product_p/et1202.htm



...and the Eco Tools wash cloth sponge-y thing made from bamboo. It is very soft! Link here since my description is terrible:

http://www.parispresents.com/product_p/et7404.htm\\



You can wash it and hang dry it so it is very eco friendly.



I got both of these at target.
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Did you buy the brush kit too?
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yes, I got that a few weeks ago and I love it! I have been contemplating the foundation brush and shower cloth thingy for awhile so I broke down and got them last night. I love everything I have of that brand!
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Oh yes, I remember now Now all you need is the EM Kabuki brush
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LOL! You absolutely love that brush!



I should order it, I could convert one of the other brushes to a blush brush then.
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Seriously, I tuck it into bed with me at night I'm thinking about getting my sisters one. There's no harm in having more than one foundation brush
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Oh yes, I remember now Now all you need is the EM Kabuki brush



I have that brush! My buddy at work (female) gave it to me...she hadn't used it and didn't want it.





Oh, the last thing I bought today was a big thing of ibuprofen.


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a color changing battery operated candle.



Peace Love and Happiness



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Pants ($13 at Forever 21), 3 lipglosses and 2 mascaras from Victoria's Secret, vegan carnitas, a smoothie, Pelon Pelo Rico, a book of stamps, and some groceries.
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Sephora had $15 off of a $35 purchase so I bought the urban decay Loose Pigment in Baked and the eyeshadow primer potion.



The loos pigments are really cool, I think I want to get rockstar if I like the way the baked looks on me.



I also got some soft socks from bath and body works and a pink lip gloss.
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Sephora had $15 off of a $35 purchase so I bought the urban decay Loose Pigment in Baked and the eyeshadow primer potion.



Oh crap, was that a store sale?
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I got a coupon in my email from them about 3 days ago. They sent the email to me many times though before this.



Do you have a beauty insider card with them? I think that is why I got the email. It was cool, I got to try two urban decay products rather then one for $5 more!



My friends that I went with all got the email too, but they have the card also.
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I joined their club I was asked last time I went to Sephora, but since I had to drive far to get there, I figured I wouldn't need the card. Now they have one in our local mall (also, at Downtown Disney, I go there sometimes), so I might as well I love coupons!
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The beauty insider rewards are really good! When you spend $100 with them you get free stuff and on your birthday they will give you free stuff. I just ordered something online when they had a free shipping deal and then the $15 coupon right after which I spent in store. You will find the card rewarding.
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The only thing I really buy from Sephora is Urban Decay's primer potion, that's it. I've only been there a few times, only once to actually buy something. I'm just so hooked on EM
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I like having a mix of products so I do end up buying makeup there every couple of months. I have to say my makeup collection has grown immensely since I found a sephora and you introduced me to everyday minerals.
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I'm weird, I'd rather everything match. I get a little obsessive over my makeup being in order, wiped down (loose powder is messy), and matching. I hate even having 2 different types of makeup brushes. Right now, I have MAC, Victoria's Secret, and Everyday Minerals makeup. I don't mind these 3, I just need some consistency
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A big hat, it's great
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A camelbak.
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I'm weird, I'd rather everything match. I get a little obsessive over my makeup being in order, wiped down (loose powder is messy), and matching. I hate even having 2 different types of makeup brushes. Right now, I have MAC, Victoria's Secret, and Everyday Minerals makeup. I don't mind these 3, I just need some consistency



that sounds like how I am with my house rather then my makeup. Nothing can be out of place and if it is, it drives me nuts!
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A new game.

"Hell exists not to punish sinners, but to ensure that nobody sins in the first place."
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A Christmas tree We spent a little extra this year and got a really nice fake one.
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Christmas Presents!

I got lots of various things.
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that sounds like how I am with my house rather then my makeup. Nothing can be out of place and if it is, it drives me nuts!



My room is a mess, but not because I want it to be, it just doesn't stay clean! I have 5 animals in there, they throw stuff out of their cage and onto the floor. My bed is covered with Christmas stuff and clean clothes.
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