I know I haven't written much - but I feel like I've had nothing to say.
Summer is settling in. It's getting warmer - but we have no real plans as K is waiting to hear about a project which will have a large impact on our time for the coming months.
I've been "power walking" to my office each day and doing sort of a modified 5/2 eating plan (although that link makes it seem so serious). I'm really just eating less, okay?
As I said to a friend: I spent three months resting last year, whilst K fed me delicious things. It shows.
Actually, it shows less. So there you are.
I hate the summer. Do you remember that? I hate the heat and the humidity - though I do like summer storms. We usually resist using our air conditioning until it is consistently over 85 degrees and, though it hasn't happened yet, it's been close.
I have so many tabs open on my laptop. So many links to share...I can't help it but I will update you first.
Oldest: a few big tattoos this weekend, loving his new-to-him car. Seems to be doing pretty well.
Middle: has just been hired to travel cross country filming Ferraris, or Lamborghinis - I don't know which, but I will temper my worry over him being in fast cars with my worry over him in the desert (he doesn't do well in the heat).
Youngest: is about to begin working a few days a week doing graphic design for the summer.
Me: got the all-clear on what I think was my final post-accident test.
Now, the links...
Does anyone have any experience with this? Can I, at this point in my life, spend this kind of money on something like this when I still use chemicals of all kinds on the rest of me?
I've been busy researching accommodations for my boss and came across this ridiculousness.
While I admire the simplicity of these, I would walk right through them almost as quickly as I would find them unbearable to wear.
I may have posted this before but it is fascinating in a horrific kind of way. I cannot believe it - but I had to read it.
Imagine? IMAGINE? I cannot even.
We have too many small appliances, but this is probably a wonderful one to add to the group.
We lovelovelove these glasses...and we need more as we have broken about a dozen of them. (Although, truth be told, they are quite resilient and not as fragile as they look.)
I saw Eleanor the other day, for lunch and her dress, from here, was absolutely wonderful. Note to me.
Another note to me, about another Eleanor - might she like these? She reminisces about crab cakes with some frequency.
On my list of essential oils I'd like to try.
Amazing things I didn't know my phone could do.
OMG. My laundry falls off the top of my dryer all the time.
The next time we need to buy towels I want to try these.
My sons always have great ideas for gifts for K...but these gifts are pretty swell.
If the commute wasn't 2+ hours I'd consider buying the Door 16 house.
K is shooting in a tournament tomorrow. I'll be doing laundry and ironing.
This is all the excitement I want/can take right now.
PS: I thank you all for your notes of encouragement and support.
You are the loveliest people and I'm thrilled to have you around.