Loving that my fireplace mantel is ready for Spring with hydrangeas and antlers. (Because those things mean Spring, right?)

Drinking green tea with lemon and amazed at how easily it has replaced my morning cup(s) of coffee.

Reading Crazy Love by Francis Chan. I'm only on chapter 2 and I already think it is amazing.

Needing a haircut. Badly. I honestly can't remember the last time I cut my hair. Maybe September?

Stressing over some new rash that has appeared on the back of my neck. I have a feeling it's from my yeast free diet and my bodies telling me I'm allergic to eggplant or some other vegetable I've recently introduced it to. Or maybe it's caused by stress. If that's the case I'm screwed and it will be there forever.

Excited for hot yoga tomorrow night. I went to my first hot yoga class in over a year this past Monday. It was amazing...

Laughing about am email I received this morning titled, "Do You Poop Enough?" Kind of made my morning.

Anticipating Spring. Did I already mention that? Unfortunately Washington has rainy Springs. Who would have thought ;)

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Anonymous said...

Your fireplace is so pretty!

Anonymous said...

agreed! that fire place and mantle are soo pretty! loving that look!

Kristin said...

Yes! They absolutely mean spring! Well, at my house anyway ;-). I'm looking forward to working on spring decor myself this week!!

Jen said...

Just read an intro to Crazy Love on the website and had to order it for my Kindle!
We are definitely on the same page with the anticipation of Spring!!

siddathornton said...

i seriously can't remember the last time i got a haircut either, & i'm thinking i need to change that soon! i recently moved states, though, & i don't have a person here yet... so that's holding me back.

i absolutely LOVE your springy mantle. hydrangeas are my favorite flower!

Anonymous said...

I love your fireplace! I am so envious - we have a gas fireplace, and it is expensive to use.
Green tea is so good, and good for you!
I need to get my hair done too.. I cut it myself a couple months ago but I'm not talented enough to do layers so I just cut it straight across.
Love the e-mail you got ha ha!
I am so with you on Spring. I can't wait, but it is always raining. The other day I was headed to Olympia and within a one mile stretch it went from sunny and blue skies, to hailing and slush covering the highway, back to sunny and blue skies.. then it started sprinkling. Ugh.

kelsey bang said...

i have never done hot yoga before! I have heard fun things about it! love your fire place! its dreamy!

Sarah and Stewart said...

Don't worry, Spring in Seattle isn't so bad... and our summers are the best kept secret in the country! Gorgeous. :-) Love your fireplace!

Casey said...

Oooo I love your mantle, too! And that cute ladder! :)

Tiff said...

I love hot yoga!!! I hope you figure out what is giving you a rash - that doesn't sound very nice.

Blue Dog Belle said...

Hope you had a great time at yoga :)