This one is the farthest from my currently as it’s been for awhile. I’m actually now into Roswell. Yes, the show from the late 90’s, early 2000’s. 😀 Aliens and whatnot. I like it.
Hart of Dixie was SERIOUSLY good though! Enough so that I had to add the show to the planner, because you know, once it’s in the planner, it’s written in stone. Well, maybe not, but hey, it’s fun to think 😛
I’m so excited for 30 Days of Lists starting on Sunday! I have a card made, but I’m not sure if I’m going to use it!
I’m not sure how I’m going to do the cards, though. The lists. All of that. I think I’m going to blog them, but I’m not sure if I’m going to do them on my phone, which is how I do most of my currently cards (the above one was done with Photoshop Elements), or if I’ll do it on the laptop. I think it will depend on other things.
Life is currently good and interesting, and I love it! I love how happy I am most of the time!
I honestly hope that your life is going along happily. I hope that you’re not too buried in the snow, and are able to be warm and safe with the ones that you love.
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Fitbit Flex: I want one because my current tracking isn’t that reliable (my Samsung Galaxy S4), because I can’t carry it with me all the time. Plus, it tracks sleep 😀 I need that! I’m never sure of how much sleep I actually get! Continue reading →
Day 16, Friday: Blogging is about sharing the love. Tell us about 5 blogs that you love reading regularly.
Moosh in Indy
Casey is her name, photography and ADORABLE kids is what she’s known for. She’s always so open and honest about her depression, her struggles, and all of that. She’s seriously so SWEET and makes me miss Indiana more and more, every single time I read her blog!
Another blog about a mom, but more than just a mom. I love the open honesty in this blog as well. She’s hilarious, and her posts always hit home, no matter the topic.
Yes, I’m a reader. Yes, I enjoy the “smut” side of romance. These reviews really give the books a nice “kick” and you know what you’ll be getting yourself into, without having the whole plot spoiled on you.