One of two beauty dilemmas. I have this weird skin thing called K.P. My skin doesn't exfoliate as it should and I have these little bumps on my arms and legs. It's something I inherited from my dad and that I unfortunately passed on to my son. About a year ago I started using lotion with glycolic acid and it makes my bumps clear up. (Check it out here.) Woo hoo! The trade off is that it doesn't smell good and it stings. Have you ever shaved your legs and gone to the beach? That's what it feels like when I put it on my legs after I shave. Oh, and I shave every day. My skin's already bumpy and I can't stand for it to be stubbly too! Gross! I have been using Jergerns Natural Glow lotion and I love it. While it doesn't smell good, it does take the edge off my whiteness. The dilemma is that it allows my bumps to come back. So I throw in a K.P. lotion treatment every few days, but it exfoliates my natural glow! Dern! What a dilemma!
I complained about this last year and here it is again. Basically, during the summer I have to slather my face with sunscreen to protect against further skin damage and awful sun spots that were bestowed upon me during my pregnancy with Jackson. The dilemma is, it gives me acne. Gross! Do I want acne or wrinkles and sun spots? Neither! What a dilemma!
Every time I take Jackson to the park, some kid has brought an awesome toy that Jackson wants to play with. While this kid is off doing his own thing, my child has spotted the nerf football or dump truck laying on the ground and he wants desperately to play with it. I don't want to let him play with it because it's not ours, but he's in a downward spiral over the dumb toy. Hello! We have toys at home! Look at that awesome slide! So that makes me want to bring our own toys for the park, but then I'd be tempting someone else's kid. Stink! What a dilemma!
I can't remember what it was, so here's a picture of Mister-My-Mister.