Week nineteen was LOTS of fun.
Sunday, May 6 (Day 127): I know this makes me quite the child, but taking a nap on a Sunday afternoon is seriously one of the things I most look forward to each week. Both girls are exhausted from the week and usually go down without a fight. We can almost bank on three hours of uninterrupted time! Yes, I realize how lucky we are. I think Josh & I even squeezed a nap in on this day.
Monday, May 7 (Day 128): Late Monday night, we decided to watch a little television. Isn’t he pretty? And if I’m being honest, he’s pretty inspiring, too. If it weren’t from him, I’d be on a ledge half of my laugh and stressed out constantly. Thank God, he is even-tempered and slow to anger. He definitely mellows me out!
Tuesday, May 8 (Day 129): I heart peanut butter. And on Tuesday, I had whipped PB on a cinnamon and brown sugar bagel for breakfast. Seriously delish.
Wednesday, May 9 (Day 130): As hard as it is to keep up with orders with a full time job, I love my freelance graphic design business. I have the pleasure of making some pretty sweet birth announcements and invitations and I am constantly packing them up to send out to wonderful clients. This card might have been one of my favorites yet. An adorable photograph paired with my current favorite font!
Thursday, May 10 (Day 131): Thursday, I spent an hour at lunch whipping up a card design to pass out at a Relay for Life function Friday night. My Bible study group is called Agape and we like having a Bible verse to share when we do service projects or “pay it forward”. This love is definitely one of my favorite words.
Friday, May 11 (Day 132): Every Friday morning my firm has breakfast catered from a local bakery for the employees. We are almost always stalking the kitchen counter around 8:15 waiting for it to come it. I usually go for a bacon biscuit or an ooey gooey cinnamon roll.
Saturday, May 12 (Day 133): Saturday might have been one of my better days recently. Early that morning we had mini-session photos with my favorite sister/photographer. I was thrilled that the girls were so cooperative and I think we got some great ones. Afterwards, I ran Sophie home to her daddy and Ella & I set out for an afternoon adventure of thrifting with my friend, Beth. I scored these awesome matching lamps for $7 each and got lots of other fun surprises, including that brass trinket box!