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About KittySkyfish

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  • My Interests
    Makeup, skin care, guns, nutrition, health, CATS, good humor, snorkeling, hiking and photography.
  • My Occupation
    SAHW, domestic goddess
  • Country
  • Car I Drive
    I'll never admit this...
  • My Favorite Movies
    Jaws, The Godfather, Star Wars, Dogma, Sense and Sensibility, BLAZING SADDLES.
  • Favorite Music
    I love 80's alternative like Erasure and Depeche Mode, but also love good jazz like McCoy Tyner.
  • Favorite Books
    Most amazing book I've read would be Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry.
  • My Favorite Makeup Brands
    Laura Mercier, Becca, Too Faced, Shu Uemura
  • One Interesting Fact About Me
    I know how to process film by hand and am talented in a traditional photography darkroom.
  1. Just watched it and I LOVE it! She's so on target satirizing pop culture and the young women who focus on the external and starve the brain. That old woman at the end...LOL!!! Yeah, little girl. Go outside and play. :clap
  2. *pffftt* I don't keep up with TV anymore...lol! But I can't see her name up there with Madonna, Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Aniston. :icon_lol:
  3. I'm not a fan of their general skincare line, but I did try samples of the CX line and it was pretty good! My favorite products from Clinique is the Color Surge color line - the glosses, lipsticks and shadows. They perform very well, there's a great color range and the prices are great! I've also liked their mascaras and liners.
  4. Ohh, no no no...lol! *grabbing Lina by the arm and guiding her back into the fold* No one is asking Group 2 gals to get crazy like us. VG is going all out, but the whole point of this challenge is to lose weight, encourage others to reach their goals and to be healthier. Heck, I don't see myself winning Group 1 but I signed on to enjoy everyone's company and to keep the spirit high! :clap I tell you what, set your goal this weekend. If you meet your goal at the end of the challenge (don't worry about who'll win Group 2), I promise to send you a really nice RAOK. New stuff. Deal?? Edited to add: I re-read what I wrote and I really came off wrong. What I was trying to say is that it's still very early in the challenge and the ones who are already active are making this challenge seem harder than it has to be. And I really shouldn't have singled you out or assumed why you would want to drop the challenge. I'm sorry, Lina! Please forgive me. Pretty pleeease? With Splenda on top?
  5. Leony, I'm so sorry that you're in this situation. But if I understand this correctly...your MIL is deceased or no longer in the house, and you're living in your FIL's house? If this is the case, I have a feeling you have taken on the role of the matriarch and the others have, consciously or not, attributed to you every role that your MIL had. If she was a silent "do everything workerbee" in the house, it's easy to see how your husband, FIL and SIL would see you that way too. Since you are a stay-at-home wife, it was easy for them to see you slip into your MIL's shoes. When SIL came back home, she went back to a routine that she probably had when she was a teenager, which means she relies on 'mommy' to take care of her. Of course her dad is going to agree with this because that's the way it's always been, and it's usually the mom that pushes the daughter to be less lazy, not the dad. Since this is the father's house and you are the DIL living there, it's going to be tricky getting the workload to balance out evenly if FIL doesn't agree with your thoughts of SIL taking on more responsibilities. Especially since you don't have a job outside the house. Remember, I'm a stay-at-home wife too and I know the drill about household duties. :icon_redf
  6. I'd suggest doing another color besides black for the smokey look, like li_matos and Laura suggested. It's just as gorgeous and a little less predictable.
  7. VG - you're having a great week! :clap Tonya - Excellent motivation! I know I would've ducked out and gone shopping instead. Well, unless it's the grocery store 'cause I hate going there...rrrr...about as much as doing lunges. he he Last night was so much better! I had all my energy back and did my 3-mile tape full force, plus did about 15 minutes of Tae-bo, focusing on arms and back. Then stretches, some were with my cats who were figure-eighting around my legs saying "mommy's done! mommy's done! let's plaaaay!" :icon_lol: Seriously, they know when I'm done exercising and come running when the floor pounding is over!
  8. So true, thinking of all the lives that are destroyed by the drug itself, whether it be through direct usage or through crime and dealing.
  9. Sick, sick, sick... NEW YORK (Reuters) - Colombian drug dealers smuggled heroin into the United States by surgically implanting the powerful drug into puppies, the Drug Enforcement Administration said on Wednesday. Special Agent-in-Charge John Gilbride of the DEA's New York Field Division said in a statement that 21 Colombian nationals were arrested on Wednesday for smuggling over 20 kilograms (44 lb) of heroin, worth $20 million at street prices, into the United States. Among the methods used to transport the drugs were human couriers, who swallowed heroin packets, as well as the Labrador Retriever puppies. In one planned shipment, six puppies were found impregnated with three 3 kg (6.6 lb) of liquid heroin packets. DEA spokeswoman Erin McKenzie-Mulvey said that in January 2005, DEA officers and police in Colombia found six puppies with scars on their bellies at a makeshift veterinarian clinic on a rural property. Ultrasound scans revealed the heroin hidden inside the young dogs, three of which later died of infection. Another four puppies were found with no drugs inside them, she said. McKenzie-Mulvey said the traffickers had planned to retrieve the heroin after the dogs had passed U.S. customs. She said the surviving dogs are now, "living happily with families in Colombia." http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060202/od_nm/drugs_puppies_dc
  10. I know you could pull off the Shu Pink 36D! It's a warm pink and easy to wear (and my skin tone is neutral and normally looks good in cool shades)!
  11. Thanks everyone! :icon_chee I'm so looking forward to doing my face tomorrow w/ my new goodies! :icon_love

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