For several months now I have been without pictures. I lost the cord that connects my camera to my computer. I thought I’d take a few minutes to visually share some of the things in my recent life. Some of them I have blogged about and if you click the links you’ll get the whole story. And some of them are just random pictures I thought you’d like to see. Here we go…
These are pictures of my dogs trying to escape out of our front window. I popped the screen out for some reason or another (actually, I think I broke it on accident, but lets not tell Chris…) and the dogs tried to climb out all day.
These are dog treats that I bought the dogs. Chris and I have decided to just not talk politics anymore since we see so differently on the subject. The dogs, however, are equal opportunists. They loved both cookies equally.
These are pictures from the bachelorette party in West Palm. In that top picture, that’s me on the left and the BRIDE TO BE on the right. In the second picture, that’s me on the far right (please notice how I am smiling so naturally through the pain of my shoes…) and the BRIDE TO BE in purple.
These are my dogs on the day of our housewarming party, right after a morning at the spa. They stayed this clean for exactly 2.4 seconds.
These are the giant mushrooms that I picked up out of our yard. Now, look at the size of those suckers and tell me that I’m not a Selfless Wife…
This is the shrub that I trimmed into a stick. (Please notice that I am doing yard work in a skirt and flip flops…)
These are my dogs getting used to their new doggy door. I think Lucy (the little one) thought we finally put in a short window for her.
And these are my peeps, my fam, my crew. We’re chilling after a day of yard work. You can’t see me, but I took all of these pictures without ever having to get off my booty. But if I’m lazy, at least the rest of my family was on this particular day, too!
And that’s about it. That’s been my quiet little life for the past 2 months. Thanks for tagging along, for providing thoughts of encouragements and support, and for taking the time to check in on my neck of the woods. Blogging is proof that people really do have too much time on their hands, but I’m so thankful that you choose to spend your excess time peering into my life.
I’m thankful, and I’m a little creeped out.