Merry Christmas, beautiful people!
This holiday was the best one I've had in a while, spent with great food, loving family and amazing conversation.
It's been a while since I've been excited for Christmas, but this month I blasted enough Christmas carols to last me the next few years.
As far as gifts go, there wasn't much to exchange this year - just some goodies for my close friends. My own mother didn't even want anything (surprisingly), but I'll still end up picking out a trinket or two for her this weekend.
On the other hand, I was fortunate enough to get things I didn't even know I wanted! The candle above is from Bath & Body Works, and I'm already obsessed with the scent. My whole apartment smells like happiness.
My sister from another mister got me this little baby...
Ah, she knows me so well!
I've had my Pandora charm bracelet for a couple years now, and nobody has gotten me the music note charm until now. I suppose everyone assumes I already have it. Well, now I do!
After taking a second look at my bracelet, I realized I couldn't put my shiny new charm on the tarnished chain.
You may or may not be able to tell from the photos, but some of the charms has also started to turn colors.
The DIYer deep within me started to surface, and I remembered an home remedy for my problem.
1. Boiling Water
2. Aluminum Foil
3. Baking Soda
So, I decided to try it out.
I dropped the charms in the pot one at a time, and it only took a couple seconds for the original shine to emerge.
Now, my bracelet looks brand new again, and the music note is like icing on the silver cake.
I hope everybody had a great Christmas!
I'm heading out to the movies for the evening.
¡Próspero Año y Felicidad!