Now for the things that got me through this week:
What My Kids Think of Me at The Polka Dot Daisy
POM Pomegranate Peach Passion White Iced Tea
Big Love is a show that my sister, mom and I get together every Sunday night to watch. There was a big uproar over this past episode as the show showed a sacred ceremony.
There were many people upset about this and I completely understand why.
But I [coming from a non-Mormon household] loved seeing how beautiful this ceremony was. The three of us [my sister, mom and I] were all teary-eyed while watching it. [As a side note, I was raised by a mother who got teased growing up that she could "cry over soapbox commercials" heh]I feel privileged to be given the [Hollywood-ized] chance to see something so special to this group of people.
-I've spent the entire week on the lookout for things to use for the Spring Swap I'm participating in. I still have to box it all up and get it sent out by Wednesday. I've had so much fun with it.
-This past weekend I went on a trip to Carmel, CA for "Family Christmas" [yes, I know it's March]. Family Christmas is a group of Families that have been getting together for over 30 years and most grew up together. It's wonderful to watch the group evolve as the kids I grew up with are now getting married and having kids. There are now three generations in the group. And this past gathering we found out that 2 of the women [that married into the family within the last 3 years] are pregnant! So exciting!
I feel honored to have received this award from the amazing Tanielle over at The Polka Dot Daisy! She's got the most adorable kids and her blog is where I go when I need my daily dose of laughter.
The rules of this award are to tell seven things I love and pass it on to seven bloggers I love.
Things I love:
5. My Camera
7. New Experiences
Bloggers I love:
1. Mamarazzi at Dandelion Wishes
2. Kacey at Ella Grace With The Pretty Face
3. Kele at Giles Family Of 5
4. Heather at Little Wonders
5. Kerri at Messes and Mudpies
6. Jennifer at Moix Madness
7. Melanie at Giving Without Spending