Showing posts from February, 2012

Extra Day

I am linking up over at my mom's blog today for the Hodgepodge. Since it's a leap year I had all this extra time to sit down and blog.
1. The Hodgepodge falls on the last day of February this year, a leap year. How will you spend that extra day?
Who really wants an extra day in February? And …

Write It Down

I write in my journal almost everyday. Pages of thoughts, dreams, musings, quiet times with God. I never have a shortage of things to write about. Words easily fill up the pages. Of course the difference here is that no one reads my journal and I can write truly about anything I want. Whereas on t…


Hello strangers.
I won't dwell on my absences. Just hop right in. Soo... anywho...
How was everyone's weekend?
Friday night was spent with my honey. We ate dinner in and went to a movie. Low key and lovely.
Saturday I popped in a movie and took a nap on the couch. Is there anything more restf…

Wednesday Hodgepodge Love

1. George Washington, Abraham Lincoln,Thomas Jefferson...who would you most like to meet and why?
Thomas Jefferson- he was the primary author of the Declaration of Independence, had a lot to do with drafting the Constitution and I think he'd have some choice words for the people in office today.…

Heart Day Treats

I came home from work yesterday to find a sweet package from my mom spoiling me with valentine's day treats!

1. A sweet Valentine's card from my parents
2. A subscription to Relevant magazine
3. Sweet heart napkins
4. Candy, of course (my love language)
5. Fuzzy polk-dot socks
6. Conversation hea…

Be Creative

So I recently received a comment asking if I still do blog designs because she was looking for a revamp.
Well... I do!
Mostly just my own though, hehe. {but if you're also interested leave me a comment or head over here}
I am working on coming up with a design for this little ol blog of mine tha…

Waiting Game

When I started this blog over 2 years ago it was a way for me to document my last year of university. To capture all the memories and the thoughts I had as I transitioned from college girl to whoever I would be in the "real world." There were so many big moments that I didn't want t…