my perfect Saturday: early workout iced coffee windows open springtime breeze yard cleanup spring cleaning organization homemade pizza date night random shopping trip frozen yogurt leftovers 8:00 bedtime my perfect Saturday Advertisements
Growing up, I had a stinky, smelly, weird little brother. I was the only child for a short time until he came along. He stole the attention of everyone! His little red ringlets on his head to his bright blue eyes; everyone loved him. We definetly had our differences and never got along. He did… Continue reading
When did my life get so busy that it’s hard to find time to sit down and have dinner with James? It’s my favorite time of the day. When we do get to enjoy dinner together, I usually get a call on my way home from work to discuss the details. But he already knows,… Continue reading let’s eat.
Okay, I have 53 minutes before I have to leave again to go to work. Get your lunch packed for tomorrow, make sure the coffee is set and if you have enough time eat some dinner. What should I make for my lunch tomorrow? Oh! I know, the same thing I have been eating all… Continue reading a little quiet time
To be honest, I’m not a very good writer but I want to be, so I try. Getting my thoughts out on paper is sometimes difficult. When reading other slicer’s posts, I think to myself is mine good enough? Are there other things I should be writing about? How’s my grammar? Any mistakes? To be… Continue reading To be honest…
200. It sounds like a large number, but when it’s the number of days until you walk down the aisle, it’s so small! Things are becoming so real. I purchased my first gift for my bridesmaids. I didn’t think something so small would put things into perspective like it has. I swear just the other… Continue reading 200.
Sunday’s Simple things. finishing laundry early on a Sunday morning a bagel and coffee with my favorite aunt. grocery shopping with mom. finally seeing Irish soda bread on the shelves. a contagious little giggle. a salad with really good salad dressing. rolling down the windows in the car. not having to wear a big heavy… Continue reading the simple things