I’m on the hunt for some books to read this summer. I read this one a few years ago and remember loving it. Has anyone read any books by this author or have any recommendations? I’m up for anything!
I’ve noticed a theme at a lot of baby showers lately. In leiu of bringing a card, the invite asks you to bring a baby book. I think it’s a really cute idea and have no idea why I haven’t shared some of my favorites before?! Here they are. 🙂 Happy Friday everyone!
What I’m watching/reading:Has anyone watched Chesapeake Shores?!
Here’s the deal. One Saturday I was doing some light work and saw this on Netflix. It looked kind of like a Hallmark Christmas movie: Cheesy, yet cute. I started watching and got hooked. Over Easter, I told Eric I was so excited to have the day off and watch some of this, only to find out they took it off of Netflix! Now I kind of want to buy the seasons and keep watching! 🙂
Our small group is reading, Staying in Love by Andy Stanley. It’s an easy read and really inspirational. 🙂
What I’m listening to:
What I’m wearing:
This tee. I wear it when I layer shirts. I wear it by itself. I wear it all the time.
That it’s one month closer to summer. I’m craving some sunshine and pool days!
What else is new:
Same old, same old and I am just fine with that!
Bonus Question: What’s your favorite spring/summer shoe?
I keep it so simple over the summer. A few years ago I bought sandals that are kind of like this. I just said this weekend how I keep going back to them and I should probably get rid of them. But they are my go-to’s and I’m just not ready quite yet! 😉 I also love my rainbows!
Last year, we invited our Grandparents, Mom’s, Dad’s and sisters over for Mother’s Day. Theme and all. It was a Mother’s Day Fiesta and boy oh boy, was it fun to plan! We went heavy on food as the main focus (why not, right?!) and let the rest unfold as the day went on. We had margaritas, cornhole, and a lot of sunshine. We didn’t have many decorations. We kept it simple with flowers and a chalkboard that had the words, “Mother’s Day Fiesta”. A cute little banner drawing was right by it’s side as well. However, if we were to throw this party again, (and I really hope we do!) I would add some more decorations for an added touch.
I have loved so many showers, birthdays, weddings, etc. that I have gone to/thrown but it was impossible to capture all of them in just one post. 😉 Happy Tuesday and I hope you are a little inspired (and reminded) that Mother’s Day is just around the corner! xo
Woo it’s Friday! This weekend is packed! We have dinners, a baseball game with some friends, church, brunch, small group, etc. 🙂 I hope you had a great week and have some fun things planned this weekend! xo
The Loft had 50% off AND free shipping on Monday. Honestly, I know this is going to be a favorite! I love it! 🙂
Two.This blouse! It’s so soft and light weight! Pssst…they still have some sales going on! 🙂
Our sugar consumption has been a little higher than normal over here. My body is blantently craving veggies. I can’t deny it. It needs some more real food asap! This detox bowl that is packed with veggies is a spin on my Veggie Cornucopia. Both are equal delicious and filled with nutrients that your body needs. Pick up some of your favorite veggies and get the oven ready. Your body will thank you! 🙂
2 large beets (peeled and cut into 1 inch pieces) (Chop beet greens and stems into 1 inch pieces and set aside)
2 Yukon potatoes (cleaned and cubed into 1 inch pieces)
1 sweet potato (peeled and cubed into 1 inch pieces)
4 kale leaves (stems removed and torn into small pieces)
*I took a picture of the snap peas before making this for dinner and forgot to add them. You can completely switch up the recipe with what veggies you like best! 🙂
What to do:
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Lightly drizzle EVOO onto two large baking sheets. Place all beets, potatoes, broccoli, and onion onto the baking sheets. Bake for 45 minutes to an hour. Stir occasionally and check often between 45 and 60 minutes.
Meanwhile, cook the rice as directed. Set aside.
In a large pan drizzle EVOO lightly on medium heat. Add beet greens and kale. Cook for about 20 minutes or until wilted and crispy. Stir often and make sure they don’t burn.
To build the bowl: You want the same ratio of rice and veggies. Spoon rice onto the bottom of your bowl. Add veggies from the oven. Add greens from pan. Lightly drizzle with balsamic vinegar. Top with a dollop of guacamole and hummus. Eat your heart out! 🙂