The Week of Harry Potter and Face Masks

“Do not pity the dead, Harry. Pity the living, and above all, those who live without love.” – Albus Dumbledore

Guys, I love Dumbledore. That has a lot to do with the fact that Jude Law plays the young Dumbledore in Fantastic Beasts, BUT it also has a lot to do with how much Dumbledore values love. Life is already so hard, can you imagine not having love in your life added to all the crap you’re already going through?? Ugh. Sounds horrible.

Yesterday I finished reading the Harry Potter series. I have fallen asleep to the Harry Potter movies every night for months as I got through the books, so I finally moved on to something different….Sick Note featuring Rupert Grint…and then you know what I did? I finished both seasons of Sick Note in less than 24 hours…..what I’m getting at is I love Rupert Grint, and I would love for him to act in more things because I miss him. OR maybe I could just be bffs with Rupert Grint in real life? I’m sure he reads my blog, so I’ll keep you guys updated on when he reaches out to hang.

Over the past 2 weeks I have spent a lot of time going to people who I know love me, and that I trust, to talk to them about what I feel like God’s plan is for me. (If I haven’t talked to you yet, and you feel like I should, send me a message!! It’s really hard to get to everyone!) I am not ready to put my plan on the blog yet, but I am incredibly excited for what the future holds! And really excited for when I am going to talk about it on the blog!

Until then, here are some of the best parts of my week!

Favorite tweets of the week:

My self-care for this week:

– I have $8.45 in my savings account, which I believe means I can say that I am financially doing better than the American government. That, of course, means very little right now, but it still makes me feel better about my self.

– I scheduled an eyebrow wax with my friend Brandy! (Honestly, the reason I wear my glasses is because I don’t have energy to deal with my eyebrows…it works, but it’s been a few months, and I figured I could probably spare $12 to treat myself)

– I did the Peter Thomas Roth pumpkin face mask. It turned my face super red and made me worry that I was allergic to pumpkin…I’m not and my face is okay!

– I sat in my feelings, decided my feelings were stupid, did a moisturizing face mask (this was not the same day as the pumpkin face mask), and then felt good about life again.

I hope all of your weeks are going well!!!

Love, Hannah