Some things I am loving from this last weekend...
This creamy outfit her Daddy dressed Lovebug in yesterday! I'm adoring Baby Legs right now because they keep her legs warm without having to wear pants. Skirts and dresses are much preferable on Lovebug because pants are annoying (and bulky with CD's) and she doesn't love getting her dipes changed right now, so they make the whole process much quicker. They have some organic ones (their wool ones as modeled by Lovebug are so soft!) and they're cute!
My wonderful Gramma and family gathered to celebrate 80 years of her life!
The new album from Ray...this guy is good. No, he's great! He's one of my all-time favorites and this new album is beautiful. Same gorgeous music but some new sounds and instruments in there. I love me some banjo and steel guitar.
These pumpkin spice cookies from Rachel that I vegan-ed up along with a maple syrup icing inspired by Jessica. They don't look nearly as delicious as they are!
The cold front that came in last night. It felt absolutely beautiful out on my long evening run, and paired with Ray's new album playing in my ears, it was downright fun!
This cool website where those of us with no TV can watch the occasional show FREE as a special treat. Aren't Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin just genius together in this show? And gosh, why did Arrested Development ever get canceled? And aren't Holly and Michael perfect for each other?
These two. They are so sweet and funny together, and I love them more than anything.
Lentils, kale, and veggies together in a delicious winter soup my Love made.
The new deodorant, lotion, and soaps made yesterday. For the deodorant, I took the Angry Chicken's recipe and made it my own with lavender and peppermint EO's. The lotion is delicious which I posted about awhile back, but this time I added just peppermint EO and it smells divine - I could almost eat it!
Hope each of you have lots you are loving as well (please share!). Mondays are tough because I miss the weekend, but they're also a fresh start to another week which I also really enjoy. Lots to do - have a good one!