He enjoys batting at the daffodils as I say “gentle, gentle” the entire time. Until he sees a bird – “Bird!!” he yells. He was yelling Bird! from the back seat on the way home a short while later and I had to really look a while to spot the vee of geese waaay off to the left. Kid has eyes like a hawk.
Since deciding to run toward rather than away yesterday, I’m feeling very energized about the blog and my presence out in the world and the possibility I can make Curly Girl Press into a business. I know you have complete faith in me, Mom, but I’m still working on having it in myself. I sincerely hope this feeling sticks around for a while.
If the weather holds (currently a wee bit of the great orb is shining down upon me) we may make a trip to the zoo tomorrow so Forrest can see in person all of those animals he knows and loves from his books. According to the weather on my phone it won’t be holding (and in fact may be snowy in Tigard?!).
I need to take some pictures of my paper collection for an upcoming post. If you’ve ever seen my paper collection you know that’s a pretty hefty task. I’m bound to find some gems I forgot, and I’m hoping to find a sheet of alphabet letters with pictures to put on the wall for Forrest, but regardless trying to take pictures will involve touching and fondling and loving on a lot of paper goods. I’ll be in BLISS!
Just finished listening to the soundtrack for Inside Llewyn Davis, which I bought on iTunes because of the song Fare Thee Well by Oscar Isaac & Marcus Mumford (could listen to this on repeat for a good hour or two), and I’ll be moving on to a good Jack Johnson session next.
And I get to dance again on Sunday, as long as Karen is feeling better since we use her house. Will you all join me in wishing Karen better so I can dance with my friends? Thank you so much!
Here’s to a fabulous Friday and an amazing weekend to come. Will you all join me in that, too? You’re the best. = )
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