Months ago an author friend of mine, Mallory Rowe, inspired me to write a haiku and after not writing one since probably middle school gifted English class, I finally did it.
We are approaching the last month of the year. What?! How has this happened?! It’s the oddest thing how time simultaneously goes by slowly yet quickly. I’m looking forward to continuing to celebrate the holiday season.
I love reading other people’s favorite things. The items they love at the moment. The songs they can’t get enough of. The books they rave about. You too? Okay, great, read on because I’m bringing back my Friday Favorites posts!
I really cannot believe it’s the last day of November. Shep is almost 6 months old and this year is almost over. It’s wild! As much as I want the infant stage to speed up, I also want the holiday time to go slowly and have us be intentional about cherishing it. It really is the best time of the year!
2020, it’s been a strange year. Ups and downs. Toilet paper and meat shortages (which, PSA, you can survive off zero meat, folks, but zero TP, I don’t want to try). We’ve evaluated our lives and then reevaluated them. Tried to figure out what the eff is happening. Who we are and what was going on. It truly was a year unlike any other I’ve seen (and hopefully ever see again).
Listen, I know some of y’all haven’t finished your Christmas shopping. Ron (that’s my brother), I’m talking to you. But, that’s okay, your secrets are safe with me. Here are some super last-minute Christmas gift ideas you can peruse and purchase immediately without having to leave your home. Best part is that there’s something for every price point. Most of them can be tailored to what you specifically want to spend. Here goes!
It’s been too long since I’ve done one of these. My apologies! Here’s to the last few days of October! Happy Halloween weekend! What are your lasts?
Pfeiffer enjoyed the tradition I have of celebrating her birthday all month long. She loved it! She’s continued to ask, “it’s my birthday month?”, in which of course I know how to tell her it’s October. But she then says, “it’s Issac’s birthday month?”, who is a friend in her class who must have an upcoming birthday hah She’s a hoot.
Celebrating Mother’s Day 2020 and rereading this great book my mom gave me when I was pregnant, Motherhood: 55 Reflections on What It Means to Be a Mom. I could highlight almost every quote in the book but picked a few to share with y’all today. Enjoy!
Hi! I’m teaming up with my cousin Holly at Osborn Extravaganza for our series, Mid-Month Minutia: Little Details of Random Things. For February, fitting with the lovey dovey theme that rings throughout the month, we’re discussing a detail about our spouse that we love.