WhatUp Wednesday #32

Hey friends! So over the past couple of weeks I have had a lot of fun just being me! Going out to eat, exercising with friends, playing with fashion and even attending a special birthday party! My WhatUp Wednesday posts are just to show you all things I have been enjoying as a regular human being. Remember that people show you the highlights-they may not show you the low points in their lives so please don't waste time and energy comparing yourself to someone else! Be happy and free to be you!

With that being said, I will start by showing you a new brand that I am working with that is hot, hot, hot!! I received two items from GCGme and I am loving both of them! What better way to share the love than by offering you all a coupon code to use as well?! Use code SANDAE10 for a discount!! I love the material on these pieces-they are so comfortable and I could wear them all day!

First of all, I love this black jumpsuit and I would love to wear it to go dancing! It is so comfortable and has an elastic waist and ties in the back. Stunning! I love a blank canvas such as this to be able to accessorize and show how to wear multiple ways! I chose to only wear large earrings as accessories this time and add a pop of color with my shoes!

The second item is this gorgeous teal mermaid dress that I am crushing on soooo hard! I probably could have sized down in this one and it would show off my curves more, but it does look beautiful this way as well! I dressed this one up with some glamorous jewels and I am loving it!

To shop the jumpsuit, click here. To shop the dress, click here. Remember to use the code SANDAE10 when shopping these looks or any others at GCGme !

Now how about some food? I always try to let you all know when I am out and about and trying new restaurants! I am in the DFW area now and so many places are new to me since I lived in MI before for so long! I have gone to a few places so here are the highlights:

I am going to start with the more recent and then work backwards...my son and I tried out a new place called The Biscuit Bar on Sunday. It is a new place here in Plano on the Boardwalk in Granite Park and it was crazy busy! We did not wait in line very long to place the order but it was about 50 minutes before we got our food. It was very slow and hard to find a place to sit. I think it could have been a mixture of it being Mother's Day and a new place. The food was wonderful so I think we will go back after all the hoopla has died down.

Last week, I went to brunch with a couple of friends at Whiskey Cake and oh boy, I am already wanting to go back there! In love with the food and the cocktails were so good! I had the Mimosa Flight and the chicken and waffles and I would definitely have both of those again! We also shared a whiskey cake and it is amazing. So many things, so little time to eat them.

The day before I went to Zumba in the Park at Klyde Warren Park with a couple of friends and since it was Cinco de Mayo, of course we had to go out for Mexican food and margaritas! We went to El Fenix downtown a few blocks away from the park and it was really good! It was super busy given the day but we did not have to wait that long and the food was delivered quickly!

I also went to Tortaco before the Lularoe birthday party in downtown Dallas last week. We mainly partook of their Happy Hour margaritas for $3 and had a few tacos and apps. It was delicious but I think I would like to go back and order something else since it was a large group and we really didn't get to choose what we ate. You all know how that goes!

I will switch gears and tell you about a couple of books and some movies! I read The Heart Goes Last by Margaret Atwood- I don't remember if I told you all that but it was really good! She is the same author who wrote The Handmaid's Tale which if you are not watching it on Hulu, you should! It's kind of creepy to think that this could actually be our world in the future but it is very intriguing while being disturbing. I am also in the middle of the book The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry. It is about a man who receives a letter from a woman he worked with who says she has cancer. Harold decides to send a letter back to her but when he goes to mail it in the mailbox, he continues to walk to the next one and so on. I am not quite halfway through the book but it is very good!


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