Friends are coming to town this weekend and I can’t wait! 🙂
Five.Sundays have become one of my favorite times lately. I’ve been letting myself sleep in a little bit but then I still have a about two hours before we leave for church. I have been listening to music, sipping coffee, and making some food. It’s so nice. 🙂 I realized I haven’t made my homemade granola in a little while, so last Sunday that’s exactly what I made! xo
On the busiest of weeks, Friday feels even more amazing. Although, I took off yesterday for some R & R and let me tell you…it was the best! I slept 11 hours (I know?!), went shopping, met Eric for lunch, and just relaxed. It was definitely a favorite of the week!
Ladies, this sweater is $30 from the loft and so functional. You can mix and match it for the holidays and even after.
I talked about this on Wednesday but have definitely dug deeper into the study since then. It has been really eye-opening to do a study again to switch things up and I love her heart throughout each page!
Five.I made my pumpkin bread this week and it is just so dang good!
One. Last week was a rollercoaster of emotions and I didn’t feel well on Friday. On Saturday though, Eric surprised me with a trip for my birthday. It was possibly the sweetest thing he has ever done and the weekend was perfect! Incredible food, amazing weather, and just quality time away. 🙂 I posted a few more pictures, here.
Two.Once you start making my quiche, you won’t stop!
All the birthday love was so sweet and I definitely felt so loved! Thank you, thank you, thank you!
It. Is. Friday! Yay! We had parent-teacher conferences (which I love!) on Wednesday and Thursday which leads me to my very first favorite of this week…
…I am probably still sleeping as you read this. 🙂 That my friends, is a favorite after a long week! We also have off for Columbus Day so I am SUPER thankful for a four-day weekend to catch up on life. 😉 I’m also almost positive that anyone who knows me well can vouch that I need my sleep! Ha!
Two. I also did two activities this week with my students that have been of FAVORITE of the year so far. I feel like students need many different representations of fractions as possible to really grasp the idea of what a fraction is. I found this fun activity and the kids had a blast making the kites! 🙂
Three. Thanks to Andrea, I also talked to my class about the importance of brightening someones day. We made these cards and the kids were SO sweet and excited about them! It made my week! 🙂