Irritability, Christmas Trees, and Pretty Nails

The last few days have been rather interesting for me internally. I’m not entirely sure why but I have been pretty irritable for almost two straight days. The smallest things have been setting me off at a moments notice and that in itself has been driving me even more nuts than my being irritable. At this point I feel bad for John since he has had to put up with me being a bitch for the past couple days when he hasn’t really done anything wrong. Literally, things as simple as looking at his face, hearing him chomping on food, or his youtube video watching has been driving me up a wall so to speak. Example: even right now, apparently we are supposed to be finding a movie to watch. The xbox is already on and it’s just sitting there on the home screen because he’s watching random gun videos on youtube on his laptop. These things just boggle my mind sometimes considering I know it’s not a big deal, like it doesn’t even matter, but it still is bothering me just because it can apparently.

On the bright side I feel like our Christmas tree looks exquisitely pretty in the way it looks in the apartment. I prefer white lights over the colored ones that John insisted on, but I still think the tree looks pretty nonetheless. I might be a “fun killer” in the way of my decorating tastes but I am still willing to let him override my decisions and decorate whatever way he sees to be fit. I will say though that I did a terrible job stringing the beads across the tree. The beads look very uneven from any angle that one looks at tree. There are also a lot more at the top of the tree than there are down towards the base. Of course there are a plethora of attractively wrapped presents piled underneath it as well which just compliments its appearance even more.

Lately, I have been having issues with getting my nails to grow out without breaking off or chipping and I have decided to try to actively find a solution to the problem. The entire time that I was growing up I always used to chew on and bite at my nail. Even back then I knew that it was a repulsive habit, but for the longest time it was the most obnoxious habit that I had. Now that I have broken that habit, I still can’t seem to get my nails to grow that well. Luckily, they seem to grow evenly I have just been having an issue with the length. I was shopping for some odds and ends items this morning and I found a discounted bottle of VitaSurge growth gel which is a growth treatment created by Sally Hansen. After reading the box I decided to give it a try since I only paid a few dollars for it anyway I figured that it was worth the risk. I didn’t look that closely when I picked up the box that the bottle came in, but there is no brush. The applicator almost looks like the same applicator used for sticks of lip gloss. Originally I thought that it was supposed to be like regular polish, but it is this wet gel that you just cover your nails with and rub into your nails. According to the bottle the user is supposed to see results in five days as long as the product is used properly, so I’m anxious to see whether or not it actually makes a difference for my nails. The actual gel is very interesting to look at as well. It is a bright green color and has these small blue balls suspended in the gel. Visually it is quite appealing to the eye 🙂


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