Anne, at In Residence, hosts a linkup on the first Wednesday of every month and invites readers to share a few things that they are currently up to. Be sure to head over to Anne’s blog and see what everyone is up to this month.
loving – While I was sick last week, I watched “Virgin River” on Netflix and I just loved the show.
I am eagerly waiting for the release of Season 2 and for my hold to come available at the library for the book (yes it’s based on a book series by Robyn Carr).
embracing – The fact that my girls are growing up. Claire potty-trained herself last month and then this past weekend we set up a bunk bed for them and transitioned Claire out of her crib. I might’ve teared up some, because that was the last of the “baby stage” I was holding on to. However, I am trying to embrace their growing up because it is neat to see them change and grow into their own little selves.
tasting – Since I’ve been sick I have been drinking a lot of teas and have really been enjoying them. It’s also been soothing to sit down with a cup of “calming” tea before bed and just unwind from the day. This is the one I’ve been enjoying lately.
Yogi Soothing Caramel Bedtime Tea – Yogi Soothing Caramel Bedtime® tea is purposefully blended with Chamomile Flower, Skullcap and L-Theanine to support relaxation and help calm the body and mind for a good night’s sleep. Naturally sweet Rooibos – exclusively sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified™ farms – combines with notes of Vanilla and Caramel for a delicious and warming tea that also supports wildlife conservation efforts. Unwind with a naturally sweet and comforting cup of Yogi Soothing Caramel Bedtime® tea.* (description taken from their website)
wearing – All the heart shirts for Valentines Day. I don’t know why but somehow I have ended up with three “heart-type” shirts to wear next week for Valentines week.
preparing – I am starting to compile ideas to start preparing the girls’ Valentines baskets. I’m trying to come up with useful things and not just some little toy that will get played with for an evening and break or just get thrown away after a few hours of play. Any ideas, please pass them on!
Until next time….keep it simple!