For the Love of Lists – Week 17
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How is it December tomorrow?!?!?! I think that just about sums up how I feel about life right now. I’m just floored that Christmas is approaching so quickly.
We had our first snowfall on Sunday – it was so pretty. Of course, hubby (who has to drive in it/shovel it more than the rest of us), took one look and turned to me with the most disgusted look on his face. It didn’t last, so he didn’t have much to worry about. Though it was a sloppy drive into town that morning.
List time! We have a smorgasbord this week. It really ranges from one end of the spectrum to the next. Some gift ideas, DIYs, articles about depression, and so on. This is pretty much how my brain works. It thinks of everything, all the time. Welcome to my brain.
- Exercise might keep depression at bay. I think it’s great that they’re doing research on it. But seriously though – common sense, eh?
- Laura wrote a great article on being tired of the Motherhood Martyr Act. It’s a really good read.
- I follow this lady on Instagram, and she has the most amazing cookbook out – I would love it for Christmas. Wouldn’t you?
- On my Pies I Need to Make list: Cranberry Gingersnap Pie, Butterscotch Pumpkin Pie
- A few games for people on your Christmas list. Both equally awesome.
- Here are some great DIY ornament ideas to do with the kids, or by yo-self.
- Hubby doesn’t really like sparkles, but I love them every once in awhile. Check out this sparkly dress with a really cute back cutout. Or, if you really don’t like sparkles – check this really great sweater dress. I might actually buy this one…
- Also – American Eagle has sweater leggings. I saw/felt them (I feel all the clothes when I’m shopping – is that weird?), and they looked/felt amazing.
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Have a fantastic week!
*An October visit to a local farm.