This is my go-to date night makeup lately - very neutral and glowing. That little eye shadow quad is the @elizabetharden palette that my grandmother gifted me (yes, I know it's old, but she only used it once and it's just too beautiful not to use!)
This made me initially contemplate patience. But then it made me remember that it can be very unfair and very self-centered to make assumptions about someone's growth or lack thereof.
From Dragonfly-site.com: "Once the dragonfly eggs hatch, the life cycle of a dragonfly larva begins as a nymph. A nymph looks like a little alien creature. It hasn’t grown its wings yet and has what looks like a crusty hump hanging onto its back. Dragonfly nymphs live in the water while they grow and develop into dragonflies. This portion of the dragonfly life cycle can take up to four years to complete, and if the nymph cycle is completed in the beginning of the wintertime, it will remain in the water until spring when it is warm enough to come out - See more at: http://www.dragonfly-site.com/dragonfly-life-cycle.html#sthash.KbfbH8Tl.dpuf"