Macy's

Everyone talks about how shitty and stupid customers are, why don’t we ever talk about the cool ones? 

-Bilingual children translating for their parents/grandparents like a boss

-The drunk guy you had to deny a sale to and he took it so well and maybe even thanked you for keeping him safe

-The random peeps in a long check out line who stop to tell you you’re doing an amazing job

-The regulars who have your back when someone starts giving you a hard time

-Customers who let you know to keep an eye on someone for shoplifting

-Bros who insist on cleaning up their own mess/spill

-The really upbeat/cheery mom/aunt type customer that just kind of brightens your day a bit

Feel free to add, you guys. You know who they are, let’s give them some love.

⚡️UPDATE⚡️

The Master Palette By Mario from Anastasia Beverly Hills will be AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 29th online and October 4th online at Sephora, Ulta, And Macy’s. In stores October 15th.

Limited time, until it’s sold out.

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Here’s the link to the Q&A livestream during the Shawn Signature event, which is hosted by Macy’s!

Tomorrow 6PM EST | 3PM PST. :)

Park it in the Ole Garage

Back in 1945 department stores such as JC Penny’s and Macy’s made available for consumer consumption a small aircraft.  It was the spin-proof Ercoupe (otherwise known as ERCO) and the ads claimed that if one could drive a car, one could fly one of these planes.  “Every family can own one” was a popular tagline.  And to think one could have it all for just $1,000 to $3,000.  …Uh, 1945 dollars, that is.

I saw one on display at the Carolina Aviation Museum while passing through Charlotte, North Carolina (top photo).  Wanted to trade my rental car in for it!