reading in bed

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Sunday mornings are are made for bedroom snuggles, warm cups of tea, soft pillows and good books. At least that’s how they should be enjoyed. More often than not, my weekend’s become full before they even begin and allotting time for such things just isn’t in the cards.  This Sunday I made time.  Not only because I actually had some, but also because I need to be a more diligent reader.  I love reading.  I love books.  And I love buying books.  Some may say even more than reading them, I like collecting them.  I like their hard covers, and owning full collections.  I love a full bookshelf.  I have one.  However I have not read every book on it.

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it’s going to be our year

So clearly this blog has been put on the back burner of my life since last May. 2012 was a busy year and 2013 is shaping up to be an even busier one. My family has a lot to celebrate this year. Not only is our wedding coming up in September but the list below showcases the many achievements, anniversaries and important birthdays that are happening in 2013 in my fiance and I’s immediate families.

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2 80th Birthdays
4 50th Birthdays
2 40th Birthdays
3 25th Birthdays
1 20th Birthday
1 12.5 Anniversary
1 30th Anniversary
1 60th Anniversary
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my two cents on pinterest

PinterestIf you don’t know what Pinterest is… you’re living under a rock. For those of you cave dwellers who still haven’t caught on to this popular social media site, Pinterest is an online hub of glorious imagery and ideas. It’s a place to safe-keep ideas in the form of images or videos that you want to remember, including most often recipes, crafts, interior design, wedding inspiration and fashion trends. You can search for basically anything you normally would on Google but in a more visual way. I have a few boards that I regularly pin to including ones for style, home, recipes, wedding, and crafts. Compared to most who utilize Pinterest as much as I do, I really don’t ‘pin’ that often. Continue reading