I get excited, because I have big dreams for road trips and fun in the sun, but April in New England is rather tricky. We can have a blizzard. Or, it can be 86 degrees like it was last year for Easter. Cassidy’s birthday is in mid-April and he can remember hot/cold birthdays. Our anniversary is April 26th, and sure enough, I can remember wearing a winter coat as late as then, and I’ve worn sundresses on our anniversary too. We had our wedding in late April because the rates were off the chart cheaper than having a wedding in May – wedding season – but we tried to get it as close to May as possible. It snowed the weekend before and the weekend after our wedding. Our wedding? It was overcast all morning and then 65 and sunny.
That’s why I was excited to find Kleenex Wet Wipes at Target last week, well in advance for spring break. They are perfect to use on your face and hands at home and also on the go. And they’re meant to be used every time you would like a refreshing clean to rejuvenate yourself, which happens pretty often around here! We aren’t afraid to get dirty around here.
A few more things about Kleenex Wet Wipes. Target sells all three kinds for only $1.49 each and they’re easy to find! The blue pack is Gentle Clean. The orange pack is Germ Removal. The green pack is Sensitive. We buy all three kinds, of course!
You can buy them in Target stores, or on Target.com. They have the cleansing power of water – anytime and anywhere. It’s a gentle clean for hands and messy faces. They’re strong for hands, but soft for face and body! You can clean on demand, and no sink is required. I love the on-the-go germ removal aspect – because we’re always roaming! And no harsh chemicals.
So what are the ways in which we’ll get messy this spring break? Well, I made a video of it! I love video. We plan to let our chickens out of the coop to give them some supervised roaming time, and we gather their eggs every day. We plan to play at the park in the mud season. We’ll be doing artwork, of course, and eating messy things – like popsicles! And gardening!