I basically avoided almost all computers this weekend. It was nice. We spent the weekend watching football, eating, napping, and sewing/working. It was thunderstorming up a storm, so it made for a cozy weekend at home eating lots of banana bread.
My one unpleasant task was cleaning out the pantry cupboard (the pantry moths have been upgraded to enemy number one status). But it did make me smile when I found all these cans of tuna fish. My guy sneaks one or two in the cart whenever we go grocery shopping, just in case.
I am in the category of people who show they care by making things. In the case of birthdays, this usually means treats. My beloved panda celebrated his birthday on Sunday. We filled the weekend with things he loves, including a trip to the Co-op, football, tacos, random errands, napping, and birthday cake. It also helped that it was just about the most perfect weather that ever existed on Sunday, and we ate our breakfast cinnamon rolls outside on the patio and didn’t even sweat a little bit. Happy birthday, my most wonderful husband. I can’t wait for thousands of more birthdays.
This guy makes me truly happy inside. You know what else makes me happy? This headband I made. Because my hair is always so big and puffy in this weather, and the headband really reins it in. And another thing that makes me happy? The boy that likes my big, fluffy hair.
I made the headband using this tutorial, and an old t-shirt. I am going to try another version this weekend.
I just love him so much. And now its time to go to Hawaii!
I have had “write wedding ceremony” on my list of things to do for a couple weeks. I have been putting it off, because I really want it to be sweet and simple, but it seema kinda impossible to fit all our feelings in there. And then there is the writing of the only vows I will ever get to say to my precious fiance! I just really want the whole thing to be right.
The guy’s silly puppy dog is always so happy to see me at the end of the day. She follows me around constantly. On Monday, she was basically doing yoga on the mat with me at one point.
She just likes to be as close to me as possible. Just like her owner.
Stamps are one of the things that you never really think about. I am also constantly misplacing the stamps all over the house.
I like the look of the stamp groupings for wedding invitations. I like the color variations, and the eclectic stamps you can find. It just looks more fancy, like your envelopes has moved across space and time to announce your love.
Good hygiene and health are a huge pro when looking for a potential mate. My guy inspired these little love note cards last year, because he would say sweet little things like these to me all the time. The cards are available in the shop, and ready to go for Valentine season, if you need to tell someone you care.