Taking Stock :: Currently…

DenaMarch 6, 2014

Making :: plans for Roman’s 1st birthday party!
Cooking :: eggs for breakfast every morning.
Drinking :: a big bottle of H20 — hydrate me.
Reading :: recently finished The Secret Life of Bees and now reading Burial Rites.
Wanting :: an early spring.
Looking :: through tons of photographs of my little boy, always.
Playing :: Ride (on repeat every day).
Wasting :: too much time with worry.
Sewing :: pillows for the birthday party with this lovely fabric.
Wishing :: that everything will work out as it is supposed to & sooner rather than later.
Enjoying :: daydreaming about warm weather.
Waiting :: eagerly for my sushi date tonight.
Liking :: my manifest board on Pinterest, so.much.gorgeous.
Wondering :: how I am going to handle all of the changes on the horizon.
Loving :: watching my little boy grow & learn every day.
Hoping :: to have the strength to make it through the next year with grace.
Marvelling :: at the fact that I will be thirty & Roman will be one — in less than less than three months!
Needing :: a bit more sleep? yes.
Smelling :: burnt eggs from this morning’s breakfast.
Wearing :: pajamas.
Following :: lots of lovely new blogs in The Mommy Blogger Collective.
Noticing :: that I need to work harder to shift my thoughts to positivity.
Knowing :: that this too shall pass.
Thinking :: about what’s next on my never-ending to-do list.
Feeling :: alright.
Bookmarking :: lots of crafty goodness for Camp Roman!
Opening :: my mind & heart to the prospect of joy.
Giggling :: at the endless funny faces my boy makes at me.

I was inspired to “take stock” by Meet Me at Mikes.

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Comments (4)

  • Katherine

    March 7, 2014 at 7:13 am

    What a lovely post, Dena. I love it! : )

    1. Dena

      March 11, 2014 at 11:16 am

      thanks, love! xo

  • Evelyne

    March 10, 2014 at 1:44 pm

    lovely, i’d like to try this list…

    1. Dena

      March 11, 2014 at 11:16 am

      you should! <3

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