Tuesday, November 4, 2008

A Few of My Favorite Things

I'm thinking about starting a little blog series on here called "These Are a Few of My Favorite Things." It'd be a pictoral tour of all my favorite stuff. Because I really do love so much of what I have. A pitcher here, a mirror there... the mirror, in fact, is what made me think of it. Upstairs in our Book Nook we have a really neat little mirror on the wall that our friend Zula gave to us as a wedding gift. I love it! And it fits PERFECTLY where it is in the Book Nook. But that is just one of the many little details I love about my house. And I would like to share them!

In other news, Anja and I had a wonderful morning out together, came home and she went right down for a nap! Since she went down (about an hour ago) I've gotten loads of housework done including DUSTING (something I rarely do) and getting a pot of soup going on the stove. I know we all have our trying days, but overall, I think there's nothing better than the life of a stay-at-home mom.

And speaking of moms, mine evidently broke her foot! Haha! I mean, it's not actually that funny, I guess... but if we're being honest, it kind of is. She was playing "Mother May I" for heavens sake. Who breaks her foot while playing "Mother May I"?! "Red Light, Green Light," maybe, but sheesh!

And this is the end of my second, non-political post of the day.
Okay, I think Martin looks SO CREEPY in this picture.

3 comments:

Anne said...

I would love to see pictures of all the little details that you love about your house. I think it would be a very good reminder about counting one's blessings.

And you're totally right about the life of a stay-at-home mom!!

Beth Facemyer said...

I love being a stay at home mom! Even if some days I can't seem to get anything done and the kids drive me crazy, there is nothing I would rather do.

M LO said...

I was thinking about doing a list of my favorite things soon too! Pics are a good idea though. I haven't made my list yet because most of my faves end up being food, but perhaps I'll be inspired by your post