An [almost] Wordless Wednesday


It’s been a long week around here, and it’s only Wednesday, so I’m distracting myself by catching up online for a minute and looking at some photos of our weekend.  I planted my herbs for the summer season.  Basil, parsley, mint, sage, and thyme this year.

Mother’s Day was really laid back which was perfect for what I wanted.  Scott and Jude got me a tortilla press, so I’m officially in the business of making our own tortillas with fresh-ground flour!  They also got me an awesome Jane Austen card (kinda hilarious, no?) and the new Billy Collins poetry volume.

Then we spent the afternoon at the park, and Scott took some pictures of Jude and me.

Sometimes I think it feels a little surreal that he’s looking like such a big boy now.  At times, I almost want another one, but then my brain goes to two in diapers and the inevitable chaos, and it seems a little scary.  Maybe that feeling never leaves, and no matter what it’s chaos.  Who knows?  Nevertheless, he seems so old these days.

The times they are a changin’ for sure.  I hope all of you had a lovely weekend and are enjoying some spring weather.  Long week or not, I have fun things to look forward to like Indian food with friends on Friday night and a Fleet Foxes concert on Saturday.  I’ve been doing lots of freezer cooking lately, so I hope to drop back in later this week with some recipes.

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One thought on “An [almost] Wordless Wednesday

  1. Lovely, lovely photos! I especially love your Mother’s Day goodies. I didn’t realize Billy Collins had a new collection out. I’ll be jumping on that one asap.

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