Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Currently - February

Today I am linking up again with Farley for Currently February.  I can't believe it is already February.  I hope that Groundhog predicts and early spring today! I also want to wish my parents Happy Anniversary today. And my sister and brother-in-law a Happy Anniversary on Sunday.  This is definitely the month of love for my family.

Listening/Watching: I finished watching Parenthood in December.  I loved it so much that nothing I watched held my attention longer than 5 minutes.  This past week I discovered Broadchurch on Netflix. It is a murder mystery. (**And after the latest episode I think I'm done with this one. I think I'll go back and rewatch Parenthood.)

Loving: The other day on the way to take my kids to preschool we listened to Alt Nation.  (Love that my kiddos get my music) and we heard Nothing But Thieves cover of Where is My Mind.  I fell in love from the first note.  The kids did too and my 3-year-old asked later if we could listen to the "Mind" song again.  It was an exclusive song and we can't find it anywhere.  I HAVE to find it somewhere! 

Thinking: That Groundhog better have good results to or else! I'm so tired of cold, wet, gray days! My family loves the outdoors, but all of the "winter bugs" have taken over with lots of sickness.  I have never been more ready for summer.  We all desperately need days where we only see the inside of the house to sleep.  

Wanting:  A Horse!  I've asked for a horse since I was little.  I recently started riding again and my daughter has started riding too. My little, no-fear, child has already started posting.  Although we only ride once a week and don't own a horse (we do by heart just not financially), it is so much fun for all 3 of us.  

Needing:  To take some stuff off my plate.  I am sure I don't need to explain more as we all need to start doing this one! 

Swooning: The Crossover by Kwame Alexander.  I love, love, love this book. The words, the rhythm, the characters, all of it!  It is a combination of family, friends, basketball, and poetry.  I promise your kids will love it.  The words literally dance on the page.  


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