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    Women are angels, and when someone breaks our wings
    we continue to fly...on broomsticks.
    We are flexible like that.

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    Bloom- if Laura can't find them, let me know and I'll check for you at the ones by my house.
    S+B Est. 11.09.02
    DS1 06.28.06, DD 07.23.08
    DS2 03.07.12

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    I can check too. Picking up a Rx tomorrow or tonight. How many more do you need?

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    You all are the best!! I need about 4 more. Thank you!!

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    I've got a CVS super close to my house. I'll check tomorrow if you like. .
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    bloom I can check Saturday if nobody else has found them by then. And I like the saying for the bags.

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    So DS1's birthday party is this Sunday. For the first time ever we are having it offsite at a laser tag place - they provide the pizza, drinks, utensils, etc - easy peasy! I literally have nothing to do for it but make cupcakes and pick up some fruit to accompany the pizza. And I need to do something for the goody bags (nothing like the last minute, right?). A while back DS received a gift card (like $5) to Baskin Robins and he loved it! I was thinking of doing the same thing - to a ice cream or frozen yogurt place; that way I'm not buying useless junk for a goody bag and it's not being thrown out either. So if I go this route, do you think I need anything else to accompany it? Maybe a sweet treat? Or is a small gift card enough?
    K&K 10.5.02
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    I think a gift card in a little cellophane bag with a "Thank you for coming" type note from your son would be enough.

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    I think that's a great idea, especially in a bag like dragon suggested.

    Thanks for all the offers to go to CVS!! I really appreciate it. I believe I have all my receipts from the ones I've purchased, so if I end up with more than I need from you guys, I can return mine, so don't hesitate to purchase if you see them!! <3

    ETA: CVS has a little section within the makeup/hair care area dedicated to their Essence of Beauty products. There are nail brushes, exfoliating gloves, loofahs, etc. all in this small area. I've found it hard to find in some stores but that is the only area in the store I've seen these particular masks. Thanks again
    Last edited by Bloomwood; 03-05-2015 at 10:54 AM.

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    Bloom, my cvs has 4 dark pink, 1 light pink, and 5 lime green.

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