Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Taking Stock this Week

Cooking: If heating up counts as cooking, then we’ve heated up soup that my mother-in-law made this week. so good and so needed. 

Drinking: Tea, orange juice, seltzer. I’m not feeling that well and it totally shows. 

Reading: I ditched Commonwealth for a second and started My Brilliant Friend—Miriam and Joe got it for me for my birthday and I couldn’t wait to read it.

Wanting: To get back to the gym—since I haven’t been feeling that well I haven’t gone and it’s about time.

Looking: For those photos, still. Did I mention my thoughts on procrastination?   

Wishing: That a chef would magically appear in our kitchen every day and make us super healthy breakfasts, lunches and dinners and also have snacks just out and ready to go when we walk in the door. A girl can dream?

Enjoying: Fall clothes. I went to a couple stores with Luca today after work and got him some new pajamas and a fall jacket, and then I got myself a couple new tops.

Watching: How to Get Away With Murder. Pitch. New Girl. Bring on all the fall shows!

Wondering: If Luca being in school means we’re going to be sick all year

Loving: What a small world it is

Hoping: It doesn’t rain this weekend

Needing: A clean house

Wearing: My new leather jacket. It was my birthday gift. (And also on super sale, which made me happy) 

Noticing: That there are three different sized trucks on my coffee table

Knowing: That things will work out the way they’re meant to. I think I always say some form of this, though it often relates to different things. This time, I’m feeling like we need to take a step back and look at the whole picture and what we can do to streamline some things—and then we need to actually do them.

Thinking: About how far we’ve come.

Bookmarking: This commercial. Yes, I realize it’s a commercial—for Ikea no less—but it all goes by so fast, doesn’t it?

Snacking: On Toblerone

Giggling: At how everything is “great” to Luca these days. And mostly to the little conversations he has with himself. He’s just such a happy kid, and I really hope he’s always that way. 

Feeling: Comfortable

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