So I've been pretty MIA from the blogosphere since my last trimester where I ended up being on bedrest, and then hospital bedrest since March, and ultimately having my twins at 35 weeks on March 24th. And now after a stint in the NICU, both twins are home :)
This week my twins turned one month old, and after learning that this week was National Infertility Awareness Week, I think it's finally time to share my story which I've been meaning to share for awhile now. Sorry it's going to be verbose (and really not all that interesting), but mine obviously has a happy ending. ^^
Since I'm always supportive of a good cause, I was excited to learn about the Clarins and FEED launch of this year’s National Million Meal Mission. This collaboration aims to provide 1,200,000 meals to children around the world in 17 days – It started on April 22, 2016 and ending on May 8, 2016. Nine retailers across the country will be offering a FEED 10 pouch filled with deluxe Clarins products. Each pouch provides 10 meals to children, helping them grow, learn, and thrive – an investment in their futures.
For many children around the world, hunger is not only a daily struggle, it is life threatening. School meals offer hope. Since 2011, FEED and Clarins have provided over 10 million meals to children around the world. Through this year’s National Million Meal Mission, FEED and Clarins hope to make the world a better place for present and future generations, one meal at a time.
After a week of poor decision making, making a trip out to the Boardroom in Tanglewood was about the best decision I had made thus
far. About a stone's throw from my place in the Galleria area- well, if I
could throw a stone 1.5 miles- I ambled in on a Saturday
morning. I had never been to a salon tailored towards men so I had no idea quite what to expect.