- decent workout
- going to a 50s party
- day off!
- beautiful snow outside
- sweet flo rida music blaring in the house
- a chance to sit down
- having a dress already for the party ;)
- steadily losing a few pounds
- possibly throwing a new years eve party
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How I did it: Last year, I found out that our area was having its first Annual Zombie Walk, so I signed us up! And we had a lot of fun and we planned on doing it again this year. But now, we were more experienced Zombies and figured we might have it more down this year. We made our own blood instead of buying it and it looks much more realistic, though that means it was sticky and coagulated in some areas. We picked out some clothes we didn't care for … Read how I did it…
How I did it: My boyfriend and me registered for the Flint Zombie Walk. Cities around the world celebrate a day of dressing up as zombies and donating food + money. The money from all the participants went to the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan which has a four (out of four) star rating on Charity navigator. We had a good time moaning and groaning at local pedestrians and enjoyed tasty desserts right after. Read how I did it…
- decent workout
Okay, so no more inflammation. They seem to rarely get red. But it looks like the scars are permanent. Now, I need to work on ways to help fade the pale pigment. Been using an exfoilating type lotion twice daily. Need to remember to try retin-A every other day as well.
Gotta look up what can help fade the scar pigments.
They’ve improved a lot but I don’t know if they’ll ever be normal again. My friend said to just cover it up with makeup. Hopefully they will keep improving.