Good Monday Morning Beautiful People!
You know that ‘to everything, there is a season’ song? Well, we are without question in the ‘moving’ season. We are still ‘processing’ items from our move last month…does it stay? if it stays, where do we put it? does it go? if it goes, where do we send it? you get the drift. Tomorrow we head out of town to help our daughter and her bunny move into her new apartment and in 2 weeks we move our son back into school. So…for what it’s worth…we are getting rather good at moving and are in high demand for our skills.
Let’s talk about ‘Boy Looking’. If you have a husband, brothers or sons about the home, you know this phenomenon. It’s when your son stands in the kitchen with the refrigerator door open, in the heat of the summer, looking for his orange seltzer water and loudly questioning, “who took my last orange seltzer” and you, upstairs, proclaim, “it’s on the door, the second shelf from the bottom”. OR when your husband wanders around the house for 15 minutes, with only one shoe on, looking for the shoe that ‘the dog took’ and you walk into the bedroom and find the ‘missing’ shoe sitting beside his side of the bed, right where he left it. At our game night several weeks back we were sharing these anecdotes when my friend enlightened me of the technical term of ‘boy looking’ to explain the phenomenon. Can you relate?
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- No doubt ‘boy looking is a real thing, but that being said, we still have this picture hanging in our home because it is a thing too.
- I’d love your input, whether you are the giver or the recipient, what are some of your favorite meals to take to a family with a new baby, recovering from illness or in the midst of grief? Or what dishes did you most appreciate receiving?
- Put up a jar of dill pickles…one at a time. I developed this recipe when my cucumber plants would yield 4-5 veggies a week and I wanted to put them up while they were still fresh.
- How to Ask Great Questions for Better Conversation
- Love how this potting bench was turned into an outdoor bar cart!
- Need a recipe for your green tomatoes?
- A quick birdbath, plus ideas for birdbath stands.
- We are working through our herb garden, making cocktails with some of our favorites:
Have a fantastic Monday and a wonderful week my friends.
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