Friday Confessions 3.8.13.
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I spent most of yesterday evening trying to teach myself some new crochet stitches and cursing at a pattern that was being particularly challenging. In the end, I had a small practice “doily” to show for my hours of effort, but the Mister was impressed. I wish I had more time to be crafty. It’s a shame those bills come every month.
The Mister has black belt class in the morning, so I’m planning a little “me-time” date. I’m thinking that if the weather is nice, I’ll take myself out for coffee and then head over to the local farmer’s market, where there’s a sale on bacon tomorrow. Locally-raised, cruelty-free animals = better-tasting pork, but it is expensive.
I need to spend some serious time de-cluttering this weekend. There’s too much stuff in the house, and it’s starting to drive me crazy. It really is amazing how quickly that stuff accumulates, but we’ll be gifting all the extra clothes and stuff to a local charity so it can find new homes.
We have baby tomato and pepper plants growing in the office/sunroom. The Mister is on top of getting the garden going by Easter (as promised in the Hey Girl photo). I can’t wait until summer when we can have tomato sandwiches and homemade salsa. I’m also hoping to do more baking from scratch this year. Anyone want to share their favorite bread recipes?
I started reading The Happiness Project last weekend. How did I miss this book up to this point? I can see why so many of you like it. It’s really positive and motivating and logical. I can’t wait to dig further into it this weekend, because so far it’s really helped me change how I think about certain things. (Maybe that’s why I feel like I need to de-clutter.)
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