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3 Things I Cannot Live Without {Show and Tell Tuesday}

When it comes to things I cannot live without, let's just already assume the givens: God and His Word and my people.

Three things I cannot live without (or for sure don't want to try to live without them....)

1. Bubble Baths

(The view from my bath last night. She really doesn't understand why she can't jump in the tub with me!)

I love a good bubble bath. It's the #1 for me to relax and rest. It's my quiet time and my reading time and my me time. Often, it's my "talk to Jesus" time. I really don't think I could survive without baths. When we were looking at houses when we moved, we came across a few houses that didn't have a bathtub in the Master bath. I walked straight out and said NOPE not for us! I am constantly flabbergasted watching Chip and Joanna fix up gorgeous bathrooms but no bathtub. In my dream world, Chip and Joanna would not sacrifice the bathtub for a bigger shower, they would just knock out another wall and build on for the bigger shower.

A while back, I wrote a post about the Perfect Bubble Bath.

2. My phone

I really didn't want to be one of these people. You know the ones. You probably are one as well. The ones who cannot live without their phones. It's so true, yall. I just can't. It connects me to everything. And I'm not just talking social media. I almost put "books" instead of my phone but the truth is that we can put books on our phones, so there! ugh. It's the ugly truth, but it's the truth.

3. Cokes

I love Coca-Cola! I am Tom Cruise standing on Oprah's couch shouting "I LOVE THIS.... COKE". I really wish Coke counted as water. But unfortunately for my jelly belly, it does not. Even in times where I'm trying to watch the Carbs (like now, waaahhh!), I drink Coke Zero. Not the same but better than diet. *sigh*.

Today is Show and Tuesday and I'm linking up with the Momfessionals Blog.  In case you missed any of my past Show and Tell Posts, you can read them here:

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