I don’t hate a lot of things but I do have many pet peeves. One of those boils down to pretty much the entirety of “self help”- especially when it involves the topic of emotion.
I’ve had the baking bug for two months now. It happens every time its starts gearing up for spring. But with my stomach still on the fritz, I didn’t know if I wanted to bother.
I didn’t expect to get the outpouring of support that I did whenever I announced the new posts focusing on Tea and Book pairings. But I’m so incredibly honored to receive every bit of it!
I don’t remember the Tea that got me hooked, just like I don’t remember the first book. But they started something that changed my soul- inspiring a love for something simple, timeless, and never ending.
I spent 3 years losing over 70 pounds… I’ve gained it all back recently thanks to physical and mental health issues, and now I’m right back where I started. Still, I learned a lot along the way.
What’re the chances of true love and fairytale endings? Most people argue they don’t exist. I was one of those people once. But I’ve found it, and I’ve never been more happy to be wrong.
I hate having to use such a plain banner, but none of the pictures I took this week worked… Isn’t that annoying? So here we are: Another week- and a really boring post header. Oops.
I often refer to my cat, Myra, as “Dainty Princess Goals”; I’ve honestly never met a Cat so prim and proper… But I think the world could likely learn a thing or two from her.
Occasionally WordPress recommends some gems to me. This week its algorithm must have caught wind I’ve been working on my Garden, though, because its kept me knee deep in Gardening posts- not that I’m complaining!
For the first year I was absolutely dedicated to being a picture perfect wife- and I had a plan. A vision. I had dedication and discipline and moxie- and a whole helluva lot of elbow grease.