This is SOOO Not Dainty!

This is SOOO Not Dainty!

This is SOOO Not Dainty!

I recently read an article about how to make a positive impact everyday. With so much negativity swirling around I thought it was a good idea and I wanted to share it with you. The concept is kind a like the 10,000 step idea that Fit Bit came up with a few years back. Note: I personally never got caught up in that craze because at the end of the day I like to feel good about myself and not downcast because I was 500 steps short. Sorry I digress. 

The idea is that everyday you need to compliment at least 10 people and you reward yourself with something that makes you happy. Sounds easy right? You might be surprised though. What about Hag Days when you never leave the house? A texted compliment is just not the same as in person but in a pinch...

Well this got me thinking about compliments I will never hear. No one will ever call me Dainty. The closest I ever came was when my dentist told me I had the smallest root canals he had ever seen. Lucky me.

So for a few days I became obsessed with Dainty. Then I came across this amazing video I just had to share with you that raises Dainty to Mars. Click Pic! 

I thought seed bead embroidery was tough! I hope you watched to the very end. Did you see the miniature bread rolls? Well, my husband said we should call it the Nano Diet and market it as a diet that is guaranteed to work. Can you image?

I would love to hear from you and please tell me what compliment you will never get and why. Next week I'll publish the funniest! With a gift to the winner!

Needless to say I don't have any Dainty Jewelry to feature but my Spring 20% Off Sale is still going on. Code at Check out is: SPRING20    


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