Meet Me at Mike’s, not stealing broth.
Making : Nada
Cooking : Risotto, lots of pasta, banana pikelets, apple pie, chocolate custard, and soup.
Drinking : more herbal tea
Reading : Say Goodbye to Survival Mode by Crystal Paine, and The Wind in the Willows to the kids.
Wanting : To never have to vacuum carpeted stairs again as long as I live.
Looking : At tram timetables.
Playing : Lots of make-believe. I’m often a baby. Who isn’t allowed to talk…
Wasting : Time, searching for the perfect thing.
Sewing : Nada
Wishing : I got more sleep.
Enjoying : The warmer weather, and being within delivery distance to many, many cuisines.
Waiting : For Christmas. Is that bad? I LOVE IT! When can I start showing the kids Christmas movies?
Liking : Stuff
Wondering : About the effects of some changes.
Loving : Homemade chips – our oven is GOOD.
Hoping : That nobody gets me up in the middle of the night.
Marvelling : At how long you really can go on with interrupted sleep.
Needing : to find the Apple TV remote.
Smelling : Yogurt. Smalls is onto her second bowl.
Wearing : Black leggings, grey top, grey jumper, everyday Uberkates.
Following : The Saturday Paper
Noticing : Lots of motivating things
Knowing : That there is a time for all things. And for some things, that time is not now. Also: pens are not bikes
Thinking : About those tiny little feet. I’d forgotten exactly how tiny! (From the post Things I’d Forgotten About Having a Newborn). It appears I forget a lot. Probably because I’m
Feeling : Tired. heh.
Bookmarking : A whole bunch of resources for you. I put together a list of all things I recommend – from home and organisation to blogging. All stuff that’s made things so much easier for me!
Opening : Up my fortnightly newsletter again. News, meal plans, subscriber giveaways, and more! I had such fun doing it last year I thought I’d revive it now that we’ve moved and are almost back into the land of the living. You can sign up here.
Giggling : At this (in addition to being horrified) #turnt
Listening : Against Me!, all the podcasts in the world, my kids fighting.
What’s happening with you?