Friday, you get more beautiful every time I see you.
There’s something about cramming five days worth of work into four days that makes me feel like this.
If you have elementary aged children, I cannot recommend this book enough. The students in my third grade class LOVE it and ask any time we are transitioning if we have enough time to read “Edward Tulane“. I also recommended it to my sister who has a son in fourth grade, and they sent me a Marco Polo the other night after they finished it at bedtime. It’s a great story.
I’m a big fan of crocheting. I’m not a big fan of Star Wars. I don’t understand it. I haven’t watched a single movie. I asked a student last year if the “mandalorian” was a space car. It’s just not my thing, but one of my good friends loves it. Her son is due in early November, so I crocheted this little number. I found the pattern on Etsy and went to my home away from home-JoAnn’s for yarn and went to town. I don’t understand it, but picturing a baby boy in this hat is really filling me with joy.
If you’ve been reading along, then you know I have an affinity for Bob Ross. I went to his museum in Muncie, Indiana for my spring break for goodness sakes. I just watched the Netflix documentary about him last weekend, and I have allllll sorts of mixed thoughts and feelings about it. Watch it. Let me know how you feel because I have so few people to commiserate with on this.
I’ll go ahead and tell you right now my list of favorites have zero to do with Bob Ross. I do not understand Kat’s love for that soft spoken man. There. I said it.
I have a list of things that if I see them on TV, I will stop and watch no matter what: Steel Magnolias, anything about Casey Anthony, anything about Scott Peterson, Father of the Bride, The Parent Trap, and anything about 9/11. Just call me multifaceted.
I LOVE a good 20/20 episode. An enjoyable 20/20 starts the weekend off on the right…yet sometimes murdery foot.
Do yall remember this picture?
Because I do. Tonight’s episode features these babies 20 years later, and there is a 100% chance I’ll cry.
I purchased this charcoal face mask a few weeks ago. I have heard great things about it but never bought it because it is a little pricey for a face mask, but you get what you pay for, and you’re getting something that works. It minimizes your pores, calms your skin, and basically removes the gunk-that’s a technical term. When you have it on, you can actually see the spots where there is excess oil that it’s just grabbing away-gross but gratifying. It works. Get it.
My little sorority all started school this week. Claire’s in Pre-K, and Annie and Ellie just go two mornings a week, but I honestly felt like I was sending them to college. Bless their hearts; they all did so well and will probably soon by applying to medical school.
That’s all for today! Please please leave a comment if you watched the Bob Ross documentary. We are both dying to know what you think. That’s a big, fat lie. I don’t care, but Kat does deeply, so please amuse her.