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WSWW And A Few Other Ramblings

It's another installment of What She Wore Wednesday...Diva was getting creative with her pose this morning.
Dress: Gap
Sandals: Carter's
Diva and I had our haircut this past Saturday. You can't see it in the picture, but she had some feather's put in her hair. Very Big Deal! There is a red one and a pink one. There was a blue one but it fell out already.
Mr. Mayer and I had date night the other night. We went to the Brady Tavern~all I can say is YUM-O! It may be our new favorite place to go. Mr. Mayer had the burger and I had the fish and chips. I intended to only eat half my dinner. It was so good I cleaned my plate. Then we had bread pudding for dessert. I love bread pudding. The bread pudding at Brady Tavern is wonderful. We each had a couple of drinks and munched on bacon popcorn while we waited for our dinner. Sounds gross, tastes heavenly. I recommend anyone that goes give it a try! When we came home I went upstairs to check on Diva and give her a kiss goodnight. She is a little tornado when it comes to sleeping. This is how I found her...
Nice huh?
I don't typically paint my finger nails. It never lasts because I am tough on my hands and I don't like chips. I've had my nails shellaced (sp?) a few times. I like that alright, but after about a week I am tired of the color. I have seen the polish stickers you can put on your nails at the store. I have thought about it for a while so last time I went I bought a package to try. I just applied them.
What do you think? I'm not sure how long it will last. Seems like it comes off pretty easily. I'm willing to try though.

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