We were supposed to get our third light snowfall last night, but all seems clear today. We went for a jog with Izze and Sawyer that morning, and then went out for breakfast and Bloody Marys, but I forgot my camera. Plus, there were six pages of options, all of them cute. I love snow, no matter how meager the flurries. I had felt for awhile that I was emphasizing quantity, not quality of work. I was in a battle between gifting the print and keeping it for myself.
It's a really good feeling. Serve with whole wheat Ritz crackers, on a sandwich or over lettuce. We hung out around the house and town the rest of the day, and then went to a burlesque show Saturday night which was a first for all of us, I think. It's a work in progress, so I'm going to wait to unveil it.
I served it at my sister's bachelorette party a year or so ago, and it was a huge hit. I'm lucky that journalism is a field in which you can always practice. Right now it's this one, because that was the photo already in the frame, and the bluish color scheme continues in our shirts. Brandon and Jen also brought us something else, but that if for another post later this week! My family supports and encourages me. My little family hasn't starved, we haven't lost our house.
If only typewriters had Gmail chat. I can't believe we didn't realize how great cooking and running were before! Blankets are just so comfortable, as evidenced by Sawyer. I will certainly miss them when flip-flop weather rolls around. I will, however, show you a few of the things we want to include in our arrangement.
We have a warm house, Netflix, great friends and family even though they're all spread out across the country! Our six month wedding anniversary falls on Valentine's Day, and I'm looking forward to it. So far Hammie has been. Target has the best socks, hands down. Sawyer needs shots in February, and Sawyer will get his shots.
I take pride in my work. I have no idea what those terms mean but Andrew says the difference between the Belgians is about four percent alcohol. Nurse A and I couldn't afford to eat out every meal of every day, so we started cooking from the Williams-Sonoma Bride and Groom Cookbook, and we realized that one of the best part of our day was coming home and spending time in the kitchen together while Sawyer managed to steal butter and get flour all over his nose. I have steady work if not always steady paycheck and my client load is growing all the time. Last Sunday night we found Hammie in the sink—he had walked across the cold stove, through some pans he had olive oil on his little paws and over to the sink. The cake itself looks strange because I put too much food coloring in the sugar and it clumped up, but it tasted really good, I swear! Framed wedding invite Number four is a framed engagement picture, but I haven't completely chosen the photo yet.
Nurse A and I spent the rest of the day relaxing, dog walking and eating chicken wings and fries even though we didn't watch the game. This weekend we had house guests for the first time in a while. I've taken on lots of freelancing clients and I've begun producing work that I'm proud to send to my editor. Being able to sleep under tons of blankets comfortably is one thing I definitely miss during spring and summer.
It's best if refrigerated overnight. Then, back in November, I won her first to host and my first to win! I didn't really get the trend until I put my foot into the fluffy, furry, warmth of an Ugg boot. I definitely see a splurge for these chocolate brown Uggs in my future. Four items the print, of course, included have officially made the grouping cut. Yeah, I forgot about it too.