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viva lost wages

i was in las vegas this week! although it wasn't a pleasure trip, it did mark my very last trade show of the summer season, so i am happy about that :] (to recap, since june i have been to dallas, chicago, san francisco, new york, and finally vegas)

here are some photos from the trip:

about a year ago, i posted about trade shows, what they are, and why i have to go to them. the short story, in case you don't want to read through that again, is that the company i work for sells products to retailers (stores you buy stuff from). the way they find our products is by attending industry shows. hundreds of wholesalers (what my company is considered) display their products in hopes to sell them to retailers (stores). this show in vegas is pet-specific (SuperZoo), so we had all of our pet products on display for retailers and stores to check out!

because SuperZoo is for all things pet, there are also actual animals on display! i thought this chameleon was super cute

we do get to squeeze in some fun! my little sephora haul [clinique chubby stick in #10 bountiful blush; sephora bronzer in los cabos; sephora concealer in 05 porcelain; tweezerman travel nail file]

i'm thinking this may be a new look for lilly.. except she'd have pink accents :)

our neighbor. the girls in the booth next to us brought their puppy, which made me miss mine so much!

my pretty baby girl :) wearing her new jacket courtesy of green monster!

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