So unfortunately for my poor husband, he is having to suffer through watching The Bachelorette with me each week. Normally I would probably get annoyed at his constant talking/making fun, but even I have to admit that this season has been a little bit...boring. So he makes it pretty fun.
I started taking notes of some of his comments during the show and I decided to share with y'all. If you don't watch the show, sorry, you won't get them. If you do, I hope you enjoy. I was crying I was laughing so hard.
"Way to make us all feel totally uncomfortable with that terrible kiss. Get out." - about Doug
"Are these guys really serious when they cry as they're leaving? They barely know her."
"Does he have on skinny jeans and pawpaw slip on shoes?" - about Jef
Emily: "Jef has fun with anything." Hubs: "Yeah, because he's twelve."
"What is so fascinating about walking into some dadgum library?"
"This is creeping me out. They aren't even looking at each other. They are talking with puppets."
"Oh look, there just happened to be a blanket in the library they stumbled upon."
"The things these guys say better be scripted. Or they are pathetic."
"Oh my gosh, you woman. Quit crying. He's got a quivering lip and everything." - about Chris at the rose ceremony
"Where are the men who don't cry?"
"Wow, that's a hideous dress." - about Emily's rose ceremony dress
"I'd punch him in the mouth right then for doing that." - about Chris asking to talk to Emily during the middle of the rose ceremony and then getting a rose
And that's just the ones that I remembered to take note of. The hubs is a hoot.
Sometimes: I get so excited when people link up with me each week.
Always: It takes me awhile to get around to reading them all, but I really do try to!
Sometimes: I wonder what happened to my late night loving ways.
Always: I am in the bed before 11 each night these days, whereas it used to be 1 or 2.
Sometimes: I just don't have much to say. Working a 12 hour shift will do that to ya.
Always: I've really changed my way of thinking about my blog, making it more of a hobby instead of a requirement...really just enjoying it and not feeling guilty if I don't post for a day or two.
Sometimes: I wonder if I will have a favorite child, because I kinda sorta maybe have a favorite dog.
Always: I feel like that's pretty awful to admit!!
Shhhhh...don't tell the other two!
Now say hello to my adorable sponsor, Meghan. She's really one of the sweetest people that I've met through the blog world and she just radiates this great happy, positive attitude that I love. The world (blog and real life) needs more people like her, I think. See for yourself as she shares a few sometimes/always of her own with us today.
Hi! I'm Meghan and I'm the newly 20 something behind the blog, They Call Her Meghan. My blog is my showcase for my love of Jesus, my family and friends, and all the little things in life that make it so rich! Come by sometime and say hi! I love meeting new people!
Sometimes: I wish I lived on my own in my own apartment.
Always: I am so grateful to my parents for letting me stay with them while I'm in school!
Sometimes: I take my family for granted.
Always: God reminds me how much I should cherish them!
Picture this: It's Saturday night, the hubs and I are snuggled up on the couch and the tv is on.
(Yes, we are party people)
Me: "S'mores sound delicious right now. I would love one."
Hubs: "Want me to get the stuff?"
Me: "Would you?? YESSS! Do I have to go, too?"
Hubs: "No, you just stay here and I'll be right back."
Ten minutes later and he returned with all the yummies needed to make s'mores and I was the happiest little wifey on the planet. I mean, I'm always pretty happy, but when he does things like that (involving food!) I just get even happier. He knows the way to my heart.
Did y'all do (or eat) anything sweet this weekend?
Wait, that wasn't supposed to go like that. Let's try that again.
If there's one thing I love, it's forming relationships with y'all and really getting to know each other. I love that "internet friends" can really become real life friends. It can happen, trust me.
So with that being said, let's get to know each other a little bit better today. I'm going to share a few things about me, and then in return I want y'all to answer the same questions in the comments. Deal? (Hey silent readers, y'all can comment, too! Yep, I just called y'all out.)
1) Where the heck are you located?
- I'm in good ole hot and humid Louisiana.
2) How old are you?
- I'm 26, feeling more like 80 some days.
3) What is something that you are passionate about?
- I'd say food, my husband/family and the Lord.
4) Favorite book?
- Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers, hands down.
5) Morning or night person?
- I'm such a night person. The earliest part of the morning that I want to see is noon.
6) What is one fun/unique thing about you?
- I rock back and forth ALL the time, whether I'm sitting or standing. I have to constantly be in motion. My mom says it's because I was the only baby in the nursery when I was born, so I got all the attention.
Thanks for playing along. I'm excited to get to learn a little bit more about y'all today.
I'm sitting with my computer open right now (it's Tuesday night at 10 pm) and there are several topics that I want to write about. I want to pour my heart out onto the screen and just write one of "those posts" where you sit back and sigh and just say, "wow, that felt really good."
But I keep getting distracted by my cute hubby and our crazy fur-dogs and how cute they look playing and snuggling and just being all around silly. They are dancing for treats and trying to squish onto the couch/chair with us and it's just a sweet little sight for my eyes.
Even though they really aren't supposed to be on the couch, I just had to take a few pictures. But sometimes looking cute gets you privileges, am I right?
Great pictures, yes? Or not. Because great pictures would require light and there was no way I was getting up to cut the light on. Oh well. You win some, you lose some.
So yeah, that amazing knock your socks off deep blog post that I was going to write just got shot down by a pretty sappy post about my sweet family. But that's okay, because I'm just feeling happy and blessed and all kinds of content and it's nice to treasure that feeling.
Quick, what are three things that you are feeling blessed by today?
Don't make excuses for why you might be having abdominal pain/chest pain/arm pain/blurry vision/etc. Don't try to explain it away by saying "I'm too young" or "It's probably nothing" or "It's just stress." Just make an appointment and see a doctor. Easy as pie, right?
We see TOO much stuff in the ER that ends badly, when people have been feeling the symptoms/problems for days, weeks and months. Then they end up having something serious that could have been less serious if it was caught earlier.
Just like you, dad, who waited WEEKS to go see a doctor. And then needed open heart surgery. But I still love you. Promise. Just don't ever do that again.
Sickness doesn't care how old or young you are. Really. It likes all ages.
So from me (as a nurse) to all of y'all...when you feel bad, go see a doctor.
I would appreciate that greatly. : )
And thank you, Lord, for weekends with nothing to do.
At long last (more like four days later), I'm sharing some pictures from my friend's wedding this past weekend. Mostly because the new bride keeps texting me every morning before they head off to Disney, "Is my wedding on the blog today?" Totally true story.
My little friend Shannon is so stinking cute. Her and her fiance' are sweet and adorable and a little bit odd, but super cool at the same time. Does that make sense? Their wedding was "so them" and every single detail just really spoke of who they are and what they love. I love weddings like that.
The sweet bride.
And that last picture is how we all felt afterward...pooped.
I'll be back with deeper thoughts and words soon, just as soon as I can stop going to bed at 9 pm.
Before I share any more wedding pictures from my friend's wedding this past weekend, I just had to share a few pictures of the cutest babies in the world. I spent three nights with them (their mom is one of my college besties) and we had the best time just spending the days together.
These two little cuties are such a joy to my life.
PS: I am STILL trying to catch up on my sleep. I just cannot get enough of it lately.
After three days away, I'm home and recovering from wedding planning. I'm off today and I'm pretty sure that my recovery calls for the bed until noon and breakfast lunch in bed.
The wedding was amazing and the Lord kept the rain away (it was an outside wedding with no real backup plan...eeks). It was so emotional and sweet to see one of my best friends walk down the aisle and get to experience the entire day and all the special moments with her.
I'm seriously exhausted and can barely think to type, but I wanted to share a little sneak peek with y'all and make sure that y'all know that I'm still kicking over here.
Special thanks to my hubby for cleaning the entire house while I was gone. What a nice surprise to come home to! I think I'll keep him.
For those of y'all that are long time readers over here, y'all know that I'm not a fashion blogger.
Getting dressed up and convincing my hubby to take pictures of me is just not my cup of tea. I like scrubs and pajamas, thank you very much. However, duty called...my blog bestie Michaela asked me to do a style post for her this week as she prepares to move back home and I happily consented.
So head on over to her blog to check out my first "real" outfit post...and leave some love for Pete's sakes. I'm feeling all kinds of awkward and vulnerable. Hats off to the fashion bloggers that do this every day!