After dropping Jordan off at the airport on Saturday night for a work trip, I wanted to hit the ground running. I filled my calendar with dinner and coffee dates and had lofty intentions to get a good chunk of our taxes prepped and organized, register our license plates, run errands, etc...and then the snow began to fall on Nashville. I am used to extreme weather, but Chicago has the infrastructure to handle it. Nashville simply does not! The lack of snow plows and salt trucks pose a real threat to the safety of the locals.
The weather (affectionately dubbed #snowbama) rearranged my work schedule and nearly wrecked my car as I tried to get to work. After all this, I'm wiped out! I am so ready to sleep-in tomorrow and pick up my much missed husband from the airport!
I haven't read Ann Voskamp's book, One Thousand Gifts, but I stumbled upon her blog while browsing Bloglovin'. "The reward of loving is in the loving; loving is itself the great outcome of loving." How Real People Really Make Love. Sacrifice, comfort, and choosing each day to be present with one another is real love.
As I near 30, more of my friends have become parents. It's special witnessing someone become a parent, but then the separation begins. The separation between moms and not moms and moms and adoptive moms...and the rest of us. It's not always easy being on the sidelines. Sally beautifully shared that she is no more of a mom than the rest of us.
Gluten-free baking isn't as easy as replacing all-purpose flour with a one-to-one ratio. I don't have the cabinet space to keep a lot of different flour obligations handy. I'm excited about these pancakes and waffles
The perfect solution for hanging miscellaneous pictures and prints. This would also be a great solution for greeting cards! I'm pretty sure I saw something similar floating around during the holidays, but I love how Samantha made this washi tape gallery wall so simple.
..And Kristen Schaal for the win! #manspreaders
Happy Weekend, all!