Wednesday Ramblings – May in Photos
I feel like it was just yesterday that I was posting a roundup of photos from April. Now here we are on June 6 looking back over May. Seriously, where is the time running?
May was a great month. I dropped my laptop on our concrete floors, and shattered the screen. That actually sucked, but I got a new computer out of the deal with a nice large screen for effective photo editing. It’s also immobile so that I won’t drop it again.
I finished A Secret Kept (Tatiana de Rosnay) and House Rules (Jody Picoult) both of which I highly recommend as summer reads. I’m not much of a book reviewer so if you have questions on them, email me!
I sneaked some Biscoff spread into no-bake cookies and we discovered Spicy Buffalo Wheat Thins.
#SheReadsTruth caught like wildfire and I have been incredibly encouraged and amazed by God’s power to work in numbers. It’s not to late to join!
My cousin graduated from high school. How did that happen when I haven’t gotten any older in the last few years? I’m not really sure. What I am sure of, though, is these kids better STOP growing up because I’m starting to feel O.L.D.
The Aspotle Paul is pretty brilliant. See: Ephesians 4:6-7
Have I mentioned that I live a mere two blocks from the KC City Market? I do. And it is heavenly.
Avocado grilled cheese. I still can’t get enough.
Hillbilly wine glasses. Can’t get enough of these either.
Nor can I get enough of that cute husband of mine.
Cookie dough too. Never enough cookie dough.
And I’ll go ahead and add butterscotch chips and Abita Amber Ale to the list.
And that sunset? Come on!
Paul is pretty handy to keep around. Here he is spending his Memorial day helping me build photo backgrounds for the blog. I think I’ll keep him.
Frank’s Red Hot Sauce, I love you, the end.
The lake. I need not say much more than this: relaxation headquarters.
Again, the sunset on Memorial Day. The perfect end to a perfect month.
Cheers to June!