Thursday, December 15, 2011

It's OK Thursday

Its Ok Thursdays

ITS OK....

that I have to dress like an Eskimo in my own house b/c I feel like turning the heat up is watching $ bills float out the window

that I LOVE receiving Christmas cards but don't even feel the slightest twinge of guilt over not sending them to others

that I basked in the glory of beating some 80 year old women in Rook... a win is a win

that I moved casual Friday to casual Thursday b/c I couldn't find anything but jeans to wear this morning

that I nearly stroked out after 20 minutes on the elliptical yesterday (how does what you built up leave you so fast???)

that I seriously considered taking a new mother leftover chicken spaghetti from last Saturday night (thank goodness I asked my sister her opinion first)

that I've bought myself several things while on the Christmas present hunt...

that I watch ESPN every night to see what they have to say about Tebow (there needs to be a whole seperate post on this topic)

that Christmas still makes me rediculously giddy!!

Link up with Neely and tell what's OK with you!

Monday, December 12, 2011

Made me think...

I was at a Thanksgiving luncheon in November, and sat with a group of people that I know, but not all of them all that well.  When I walted up they were already in a conversation, and somewhere in the mix the Twilight movie came up. Now, many of you will be shocked and appalled, but I haven't read the first one, nor have I seen any of the movies; it's not that I have a moral issue with them, I don't know enough about them to know, but I just don't read a ton of fiction, and I've never been into fantasy, wizards, warewolves, mermaids and such.  Anyway, one of the guys says he doesn't want his daughter watching, not because of the fantasy part, but because of the way they talk about "soul mates".  I've thought about it several times since he said it.  I don't remember all he said, but basically, you choose a person, and you choose to love them and you continue to choose to love them because you told God you would, that "soul mates" are unrealistic, you shouldn't look for mate to complete you.  (Some of that is what he said, mixed with my thoughts since I've been thinking about it)  Not long after, in Sunday school class my preacher was talking about how his wife was disappointed when they first married because it just wasn't all she thought it was going to be, and how she had to come to the realization that a husband wasn't going to feel her every need, that she still needed to look to God first. Twilight is definitely not the first to give us this concept, most little girls grow up hearing about Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty and their prince charmings, we see it all the time, so I'm not dogging everyone's favorite set of books, just a conversation that made me think.

I know all this, I've known all this, but it's all been a good reminder.    

Thursday, December 8, 2011

It's OK Thursday

Its Ok Thursdays

ITS OK....

that I just gave a co-worker her birthday present, and her birthday was in October

that the majority of my blog's page views are from Russia?!?! (what's that all about)

that my Vols aren't going to a bowl game *tear*

that my workouts have become few are far between

that I knowingly wore a sweater to work that has a hole in it and now I have to conciously keep my right arm down (hey, it's the only brown sweater I have!)

that the cold weather makes me want to eat only comfort food, pasta for supper two nights in a row!

that a few people on my Christmas list have nothing

that I completely overtook my Sunday school class last week with my non-stop talking

that my office looks like a paper tornado hit it!

Link up with Neely and tell what's OK with you!

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Can you tell I'm hungry??

Linking up at The Vintage Apple I'm so hungry right now. This is all looking good...

Chicken and Cheese Lasagna Rollups, um, yes!!

Source: via Anna on Pinterest

Green Beans and Bacon

I actually made a version of the pasta the other day, winner!!

Source: via Anna on Pinterest

Isn't anything in a trifle bowl lovely looking??

And for some variety...

Have a great Wednesday!!

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Thankfuls - The Last of Them

I'm bound and determined to finish...

Day 22 - I'm thankful for lifetime friends, Erin and Brianne.  Seriously, the friends I remember forever, first ones.  We might not be "best friends" or see each other all the time, or know everything about each other, but they've always been there, and I hope always will be.  Brianne has the kindest heart around, she'd do anything for anyone, and she's done much for me.  Erin is so easy to talk to, always makes me feel like she's glad to see me, and just has a warm, fun personality.  These girls, and the rest of their family mean so much to me!!

Day 23 - I'm thankful for spray tans.  Yes, shallow, and yes, I'm really thankful.  I've been in a tanning bed once, complete horror.  I mean that's just gross and confining, and weird.  So, let's go much less weird by spray tanning, right :-)  But for a lily white girl, it makes me feel like a sun goddess, love it!! 

Day 24 - Thanksgiving!!!  My favorite holiday of the year.  I'm thankful for a day that's all about being thankful, family, and food.  Throw in a little football, and PERFECTION!!!!

Day 25 - I'm thankful for my friend Brandi. You have friends you are attracted to because you are oppisites and those that you connect with because you are a lot alike. Brandi and I think a lot alike. When I first met her I told my mom that's who I wanted to be when I grew up. She has a great marriage, great kids, a fun job, a cool side job, and she runs. Since meeting her, I have started the running part! She does all that and still does community projects and stays involved with extended family and church. Just thinking about it makes me tired. But she does inspire me in so many ways, and she's a great sounding board. We got to know each other better on a mission trip to Honduras (see, I told you she does everything), and have been good friends ever since. I'm so thankful God put her in my life (and in my Sunday school class so that I'm not the only one talking!)

Day 26 - I'm thankful for a family named the Osteens.  All of them.  They all bless me in different ways.  They all make me smile, and the all bring joy in my life!

Day 27 - I'm thankful for my health.  I've struggled with a foot injury lately and it's so frustrating.  Then I think about those with health struggles far more severe or painful, and I'm reminded what a blessing good health is.

Day 28 - I'm thankful for my nephew, Will.  He's definitely been a great add for my family this year.  He can always bring a smile to my face, and he's given me my first overnight baby babysitting job!

Day 29 - I'm thankful for sports.  I think they teach so much and bring joy to so many, those playing and watching.  I'm thankful for coaches I had in my past who pushed me to be better.  I just can't tell you the joy I have watching people, especially kids, be great at something, and be able to show off those abilities.  Sports teach teamwork and mental toughness.  There's just something about them...

Day 30 - I'm thankful for this exercise and being able to focus on my blessings.  As you can see family and friends are incredibly important to me.  Once I call you a friend, I want to keep you.  Again, it all comes back to God, and who and what he has put in my life and allowed me to do.  As Dave Ramsey says, I'm doing better than I deserve!

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Oh How Pinteresting - A Little of Everything

Link up at The Vintage Apple, and check out everyone's cute pins!!

 This is so me...

Just talking about this movie with a friend last night...
Source: via Anna on Pinterest

A whole board devoted to it, and no boyfriend :)
Source: via Anna on Pinterest

I think this is why I have such a hard time blogging...
Source: via Anna on Pinterest

 I like it, and I need a personal shopper...

Lastly, is that not one of the most amazing looking things ever??? Pecan pie cheesecake!

Happy Pinning!!

Skinny Runner Giveaway - Bic Bands

I think I've mentioned it before, but I really enjoy Skinny Runner's blog.  She's funny, she runs a crazy number of miles, and she lives in the land of eternal sun.  Anyway, she's doing a giveaway for Bic Bands.  She's talked about Bic Bands a LOT, and they look super cool, they are a great way to keep those flyaway hairs off your face, and add a little style to your outfit!  Follow this link to enter yourself for the giveaway!

She makes me think...

Do you ever have those people who speak to you?  You read their articles or blog posts, and think, "we could be friends" or "how is she dealing with the same thing".  Lysa TerKeurst is one of those people for me.  Our lives look nothing alike, she is a married mother of 5 who writes devotional books and speaks.  I'm a single accountant.  But when I read her blog, sometimes I feel as if she's writing just to me.  Of course, I know that's God encouraging me, or rebuking me, or reminding me of His love.  I read her book, Becoming More Than a Good Bible Study Girl and I loved it.  Again, we've lived completely different lives, but she still talks to me. 

Anyway, loved her blog posts both yesterday and today and wanted to share.

The first about letting go of unmet longings, we all have them, different ones, but how do we let go?  My favorite part, the prayer she had toward the end of the post...
"Lord, I sacrifice chasing this so I might more fully and with more focus chase you. I release this grip of desire. I praise you for who you are, what only you can bring, and how you will fill whatever gap this release might leave."

And the second post about taking the path of the easy, and how it's the wrong past.  This is a struggle for me, I can be lazy at times, with most everything, my food, my working out, my cleaning house, my Bible study, and she talks about how picking a pattern of easy can can lead down an ugly path.  Good reminder.

Shopping Time

Have you checked out the deals Amazon has going all week long?  I've already bought my dad some gifts, some toys for my nephew, and a new laptop for me after mine played out on Moday.  They have some neat things available...

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Thankfuls - Several

I think one of my New Year's Resolutions will be sticking with something...

Day 14 - My grad school friends, and email friends, Kathleen and Melissa.  We now only see each other 3 or 4 times a year, but stay connected thru email, and I mean really connected.  They know more about me than most folks.  They make my work days go by faster, and it's really neat to have friends in your field, friends who celebrate your accomplishments, and can commiserate on the bad days.  I love them lots, and I'm so thankful we met and that Melissa didn't jump off the boat the first weekend of school :-)

Day 15 - I'm thankful for the "Lunch Bunch".  This is a group of families that have been friends for years.  When I was a kid, we met at a restaurant every Sunday after everyone was out of church, and sometimes were there for hours (now, having been a waitress at one point, I'm sure they loved us), we spent holidays together, even all went to the beach one year together.  It was families of mostly girls, a couple poor boys in there, and we had a great time together.  Today some of the girls are still some of my favorite people to be around, they love me as I am, and they have always been good to me.  I feel so blessed that we grew up together and are still friends.

Day 16 - I'm thankful for my home.  A roof over my head, a place I can relax, a place I can entertain and welcome others.  It makes me happy.

Day 17 - I'm thankful for another friend named Thomas.  We've been friends a long, long time.  He makes me laugh, he makes me mad, multiple times it's been good that neither of us had a knife, but he makes me think and he's a good friend.  Happy Birthday!

Day 18 - I'm thankful for my brother-in-law.  Other than becoming a Christian, I think marriage is the biggest decision you make, and my sister picked well.  He is a good provider, a good Christian man, a good father, puts up with her :-) and puts up with all the rest of her crazy family.

Day 19 - I'm thankful God saw fit to create me, put me here on Earth, and let me live out this life.  Each day is a blessing, even the ones that draw attention to us getting older.... Happy Birthday Me!

Day 20 - I'm thankful for my grandparents.  I'm blessed I still have all 3 grandparents I had when I was born, and they are all still in pretty good health.  I've learned so much from them, how to handle success and tragedy, how to treat people, how to give, how to be faithful... I could go on and on.

Day 21 - I'm thankful for my cousin, Emily.  Although I've recently fallen off the wagon due to an injury, Emily got me on the workout train with our late night workouts, and then somehow convinced me to join a running program, which I fully intended to hate.  Hate it I did the first few times, and then it became and addiction, and fun addition which included not only getting healthier, but also fun breakfasts with my running friends.  Emily has motivated me to do things I thought impossible.  And God willing, we will run a half marathon together next year!

Are you still reading???  If so, you must be related to me :-)

Save on all that Christmas Shopping

I post this every year.  It has saved me a ton of money, and I'd love to see you save some, too.  It's a little late for most of your Christmas shopping, but I'm still working on some last minute gifts, so I've already used one of the rebate websites today.  I'm an online shopping aholic.  I love online shopping from the couch, and in honor of the start of shopping season, here is how I make online shopping a little sweeter, rebate websites, it's all free to join and use…

Here are the ones I use and a little bit about them

Ebates has over 1,000 stores. Some that I have used include Land’s End, Expedia, OldNavy, Zappos, and Hotwire, all reliable retailers. You just go to the Ebates website, find the store you are making a purchase from and click on the store. Rebates at the different stores run anywhere from 1% to 10%. I’ve been using ebates for maybe 4 years or so, and they’ve sent me over $325 in checks so far.  Below is the link

Shop at Home is a lot like Ebates, lots of the same stores so usually I just check both sites and see who has the higher rebate amount.  So far for this one, I've received over $170 in checks. Link below.

Another I use if I’m really in the mood to check around and see who has the best % rebate back.  I actually used it today, and I've received over $190 in checks from them.

In some other random info, Ebates has recently started doing cash back for a few select Amazon categories, and they are back to doing cash back for eBay, yay!

Hope you enjoy these and make a little money back, it’s lots of fun to get those $10-$20 checks when you aren’t expecting it! Happy Shopping and Merry Christmas!

Sunday, November 13, 2011

November Thankfuls - Days 12 and 13

Day 12 - I'm thankful for lazy days with nothing to do except watch football.  They don't happen often, but yesterday was one of those days.  I knocked out a few productive things, but never left the house, never took off my yoga pants, and cooked myself spaghetti (my favorite food)  Everyone should have a day like that every once in a while!!

Day 13 - I'm thankful for my church.  I've attended the same church all my life.  It's interesting to think back on how the church has changed and how I've changed.  After moving back to my small town after college, church has become somewhere to meet new friends, to be encouraged and to encourage, to be challenged, and to serve.

Friday, November 11, 2011

November Thankfuls - Day 11

Day 11 - It's Veterans' Day!!  Today I am so thankful for those soldiers who have and are currently protecting our freedom.  I know I take for granted sometimes the country we live in and the freedoms we are allowed.  Today I am reminded those freedoms didn't come without a cost, without bloodshed, or without great sacrifice.  We are so blessed to live in this country!!

Thursday, November 10, 2011

November Thankfuls - Day 10

Day 10 - I'm thankful for technology.  Today I found out through a blog that a dear friend of mine from college will be moving with her family to Kenya and living out a dream they have had of working in medical missions.  I'm so excited for them!  Through emails, blogs, and facebook, I'm able to keep up with old friends, send and receive encouraging messages, and work from home certain days, all incredible blessings in my life.  
I know technology comes with good and bad, but today I'm thankful for all the good it does in my life!

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Let's Talk Turquoise

I'm linking up at The Vintage Apple...  Today is all things Turquoise, my favorite color!!


Source: via Anna on Pinterest
Source: via Anna on Pinterest

November Thankfuls Day 9

Today I'm thankful for my job and co-workers.  Just left a get together with them, and I'm reminded of what awesome people I work with.  People who care about me, people who work hard, and people who make this a fun place to work.  I am blessed to be in a growing, busy company and to have a job that challenges me and allows me to learn new things.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

November Thankfuls Days 1-8

I had this idea from all the posts I've seen on Facebook telling what people are thankful for.  From what I can tell, looks like they are posting one each day of November, so I've decided to do the same thing, but on my blog.  I have some catching up to do...

Day 1 - I'm thankful for my God and his Son, Jesus.  It's a blessing to know I'm loved unconditionally.  I have someone to turn to no matter the situation.  To God be the glory.

Day 2 - I'm thankful for my mother, the best person I know.  God blesses us all with talents, I have no doubt one of the talents he gave her was a gift for mothering.  She taught us about loving God, loving each other, and loving friends.  She is always fun, always willing to listen, and just the best.

Day 3 - I'm thankful for my father.  He taught me the value of hard work.  He gave me a love of farming, sports, and business.  He has shown me the importance and value of long-term friendships.  He is generous and incredibly hard-working, and even after living with 4 women, he still loves us.

Day 4 - I'm thankful for my sister, Clair.  She is one of the first I go to for advice, for opinions, and just to talk to.  She is level-headed, unflappable, and most always calm and cool.  She tells me the truth about things, and I need never wonder what she's thinking.  She's given me the coolest, cutest nephew ever!!

Day 5 - I'm thankful for my sister, Susan.  She is upbeat and joyful.  You can see Christ in her life.  She is honest and looks for the positive.  She has such a sweet spirit.  She works hard, takes up my slack on the farm, and can do anything.

Day 6 - I'm thankful for my friend, Jessica.  She always makes me laugh.  We have memories that go back for years.  She is welcoming to everyone, she knows how to make conversation with everyone.  She loves people, and she keeps people together.  She brought me into her family, and gave me a second family.  

Day 7 - I'm thankful for my friend, Martha.  We can be neurotic together, I can be honest with her about everything and she doesn't judge.  She is adventurous, and inspires me to be.  She meets people easily and is loved by those that know her.  She's an excellent beach vacation buddy!

Day 8 - I'm thankful for my friend, Thomas.  He makes me laugh.  He knows what to say when I'm down.  He is, by nature, an encourager to those he is around.  He is full of integrity.  He's dedicated and self-disciplined.  And he teaches me more about football!  

I'm blessed beyond measure to have these people in my life.  I do believe God puts people in your life for a purpose, and I'm so thankful these are the people that have been put in mine.  They challenge me and encourage me.  I see things in them that I want to imitate and mirror.     


Just tried a new recipe for lunch, very good.  I think next time I would like to add portabello mushrooms, but other than that, delicious!!  Here is the link to Skinnytaste.

Thursday, November 3, 2011


I am a Christian.  I love Christ, and truly, without Him, I am nothing.  I couldn't face the day, nothing would have purpose or meaning.  Being a Christian doesn't mean bad things don't happen, but it absolutely means we don't have to face hard times alone.  I have met a guy and his wife thru another friend of mine.  I knew they were great people, nice, talented, and I knew they were Christians.  I saw them about three weeks ago, she was getting closer and closer to her due date, and was very excited for the baby to be here.  Two weeks later, at 37 weeks, the doctor was unable to find a heartbeat.  She had to deliver a stillborn child, and they buried the baby two days later.  It brings tears to my eyes as I write this.  I went to the father's facebook page, and started reading.  His tone was amazing, saying they were sad and struggling, but glorifing God in every post.  I messaged him, told him how sorry I was and asked if there was anything specific I could pray for, his response "If you would pray that God would continue to use the death of our son to bring Glory to His name and further edify His kingdom, that would be best".  Today I read his latest post titled "Two Weeks Later".  I don't think he would mind it being reposted here, as his true passion is that others come to Christ so that they can be comforted during their hard times...

"It has been two weeks since October 20, 2011, the day that Halley and I found out we lost our child. I have been reliving the events of that day and my emotions have swelled and burst the wounds I thought were beginning to heal. I remember the medical workers not being able to find a heartbeat, and then driving Halley to Dr. Ghearing’s office. I remember what songs played on the radio on the car ride over. Most vividly, I remember the moment when the doctor told us he couldn’t find a heartbeat during the ultrasound. I was holding Halley’s hand tightly when I felt a dread like flames explode inside my body. I felt everything, but in a way I was numb. I suppose I was in shock. I remember calling my mother and mother-in-law and telling them the sad news we had just received.

From that point, the next three days were a blur of sadness and important events. Halley and I hugged and cried a lot and laughed a little. For the 30 hours we spent in the hospital, we were blessed with excellent care from our nurses and our doctor. I thank God we were also surrounded by the love and support of our family and friends. At last, Halley delivered our little boy. What a bittersweet experience! I was so happy to hold him and dote on him, but I was sad to know that he wasn’t alive for me to teach or play with. In a way, this made the short time I was graced to spend at his side all the sweeter.

Since then, God has used the death of our son to manifest the glory of His name. How I hope God will use his death to touch the lives of more people!

Halley and I have been enveloped by the love and prayers of the people in our area. What a comfort it is to know there are people who care for us! Most of all, Halley and I are comforted by knowing that God is using the loss of our son to bring people closer to Himself.

Many people have asked how Halley and I are doing and at this time in our grief, the heights of joy are higher, the valleys of despair are lower, but overall the grief is becoming more manageable. As I reflect on the events of October 20th, I realize I had no idea how significant the occurrences of that day would be to the rest of my life. I am still laid low by thoughts of the person my son would have grown up to be. I would love to be able to sing with him and play toys with him! I miss him so. How is it possible to miss a person as much as I miss my son, though we never met?

The greatest challenge Halley and I face now is knowing we must begin again the process of becoming parents. We were so close. Halley was due to deliver this Sunday. Though I am forever little Josh’s father, I long to care for and parent a child in a conventional way.

But amidst all of the pain and sorrowful thought, I humbly submit to the Sovereign plan of a Good and Almighty God. The Lord has given to us graciously, and at this time He has chosen to take our son away from us. I am not mad at Him; He knows best. I only bow and say, “Blessed Be Your Name.” As the wounds of my grief fester I am renewed by the power of Christ and the hope of the resurrection. I have a peace in Him who is the fountain of salvation, Jesus Christ.

I would encourage all who let their eye fall on this letter to cling closely to Christ in the midst of suffering. Though you may not be suffering now, make no mistake that those who walk upon the earth for even a small amount of time will find themselves in pain. My wife and I would be without hope or peace if we didn’t have Christ from which to gain strength. I wouldn’t desire any of you to meet a manner of trials without the power of Christ to sustain you. In fact, I don’t know how anyone could endure without the power of Christ! I encourage you to repent and believe the Gospel; If God has not already saved you by His grace. Through Christ you can have this peace—the peace that surpasses all understanding.

Though Halley and I are still in a great deal of anguish over the loss of our child; the source of our strength is Christ. We see more clearly as days go by that God is using our affliction for His glory. God has also bestowed a good gift on little Josh and his parents! Little Josh has bypassed the sorrows of this world and is in in the arms of the Savior. God has brought this trial into our lives to teach us, make us steadfast, and make us more complete for Christian ministry. In this, we rejoice! (James 1:2-4)

Thank you once again for your prayers, and please message me if you have any questions about the Gospel."

Wow, that's the kind of Christian I want to be.  That's the kind of relationship I want to have with Christ.  That's how I want to deal with tragedy and disappointment in my life.  I thank God for letting me read this, for challenging me, for using this precious child's life to make me reflect on my own.  My prayer tonight is for those Christians who are suffering, that they remember where to turn, who is the true Rock in their life... and for those who aren't Christians, that they find this amazing gift we have been given, a relationship with One who loves us to the core, and who can use painful, terrible situations to bring about hope and promise.


Wednesday, October 26, 2011

What I'm Loving Wedneday...

That's right, I'm on a blogging roll today...  It's Wednesday, and I'm loving a lot!!  Link up at This Kind of Love and tell what you are loving!

I'm loving that tonight is supper club!  I have a chance to get together with all the girls for good food and fellowship!

Source: None via Anna on Pinterest
I'm loving I have a trip coming up soon!  Can't believe it's almost time for NYC!

Source: via Lori on Pinterest

I'm loving my early birthday present I received today, gift certificate for spray tans!!

I'm loving a potential Halloween get-together at my house, with plenty of hot soup and candy for the cute kids!

Source: via Kim on Pinterest

I'm loving my co-workers who are easy going, thoughtful, and fun!  Sadly, finding a picture reflecting happy co-workers is pretty difficult!

Hope everyone has a wonderful Wednesday!!

Really, for my Christmas card...

Yes, so I started running in March, and ran my 5K in May.  It was 1000 degrees.  Seriously, people who had run the race multiple years said it was the hottest day they could remember for that race.  It was terrible.  I didn't find it necessary to stop at both water breaks, which made it even worse.  I thought I might die whey I crossed the finish.  Then, I receive this photo.  Close up, you can see just how terrible and near death I was (yes, I know it was only a 5K), so of course, absolutely no way do i want this photo.  So last week, they send it to me again, this time surrounded by a cozy little Christmas frame and with an option to order it as a Christmas card.  Who would want this as a Christmas card?  Obviously people order them, and grant it, I've seen race photos far better than mine, but  the thought of sending this horrid photo to family and friends with a Merry Christmas message just cracks me up!!

How Pinteresting

These are my favorite pins today.  Share yours and link up at The Vintage Apple.

Source: via Anna on Pinterest

Source: None via Anna on Pinterest

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Trivia Win!!... Kind of

Well, win is a bit of an exaggeration, but we placed 3rd.  Again, I'm super excited about the new camera, so I made the team take a picture with our winning scorecard and our gift card.  The plan is to save up until we can get a meal for all of us for free... at $10 a pop, should only take a year or so :-)

Ok, so between my Picasa crop and the glare off the window... I'm still learning on the picture stuff... Just imagine how cute we all are...

This shall be on my fridge by the end of the week...

Monday, October 10, 2011

I Was In Charge, All By Myself

Big news, I finally got myself a camera, maybe this will liven up the blog!! So this weekend my sister left my nephew with me for the weekend...

We really had the best time. The rest of the family (Daddy pictured :-) came for lunch on Saturday, and allowed me to get a shower (Moms, I'm not sure how y'all do it all)

We were documenting how long his hair is, he's getting the Justin Beiber look.

Side view

He wasn't completely onboard with the picture taking session

I decided clothes weren't necessary. If the peas end up on your chest, you just wipe them off, no laundry necessary.

This kid LOVES some electronics, phones, blackberries, he can't get enough!

Last one, more fun with the blackberry case. We had a great weekend, glad to know he and I can make it alone. Hope to get to do it again soon!
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Thursday, September 29, 2011

I'm addicted...

I’m addicted, not just a little bit, but a LOT. To Pinterest. Here are some of my favorites today…

Source: via Anna on Pinterest

Love it

When you can’t make it to the gym

Yup, hysterical! This is a conversation I would type, no wine necessary.

Yup, so I’ve pretty much started planning my wedding, we will ignore the fact I have no boyfriend :-)  Don't judge

Love me some turquoise!

I should be able to do that hair…

Source: via Anna on Pinterest

I have a random giant mirror, what a great idea!

Yes this describes some of you reading… and I love you for it!

Happy Thursday!