It's crazy to think of all the changes my body has gone through these past three years. I've stretched in ways I never knew possible and have found some squishy like I never knew could be. At the end of the day, it's all incredibly amazing. To think that my two baby boys grew and formed in my womb. But, also at the end of the day, I'd like for my womb to be home to more new life (God-willingly). Leaving me with the desire to do what I can to make it as cozy a home as possible.
So, with that, onward with whatever workouts I can squeeze in during my days filled with my life.
Reading// OK. I know I said last week I was going to start The Hobbit, but now I'm feeling a bit torn. You see, a few months ago I downloaded the Anne of Green Gables series to my Kindle. Fast-forward to last week when I went to check-out The Hobbit, and found myself opening up Anne of Green Gables. I was swept away into all the loveliness that words can conjure! So, for now, I'm saying I'm reading Anne of Green Gables and may still take up The Hobbit, because that's just how I do sometimes.
Watching// My husband and I have these little after-bedtime-dates watching different TV series. We've watched 24, Dexter, Game of Thrones, and now we're in a strange limbo trying to find a good series we can enjoy together. We thought we'd give The Leftovers (new HBO series) a try but I am pretty over it. I think right now we've only continued watching it because we want to finish it, but gee-whiz it's incredibly pointless! I know it's a new series and they may be trying to establish some groundwork/introductions, but it has my head spinning and spinning for some...any direction as to where this all may be going. I know that there may be some artistic value that I am majorly missing, but if it's this exhausting to find it, I'm okay with saying I'm done. Or at least, done enough I am not interested in watching a second season of it.
Any suggestions for good series out there? I'm anxiously awaiting Downton Abbey and Game of Thrones! But, am all ears for anything in the meantime.
Listening to// Sweet sweet silence.
Thankful for// The sweet silence, a workout, a good night's rest, friends, family, life, love, Christ, the saints, moments, naptime, and the fact that I'm going to Edel this weekend.
Speaking of Edel, it's all still pretty surreal. It hasn't hit me that I'm actually attending. My husband completely had me convinced that this was a no-go this year only to surprise me in April with tickets. I have a slew of different emotions that run through me when I think about the weekend. But, the what I most experience is gratitude. Gratitude for my husband for going above and beyond to love me in this way and for all that will help make this weekend incredibly special (family and all the wonderful women that are putting it on and attending!).
This little heart of mine has lots to be thankful for. Times are good.
Remembering// To close, I'll share a sweet photo of Linus who fell asleep on me this past Saturday during Family Movie Night. We're all ready for this boys teeth to cut through and let him/us rest! So, this is me trying to find the sweetness in the sleepiness.
Linking up with Jenna.
Oh! Have fun at Edel! What a blessing to go! (And hope you soaked in some of that silence to last you the rest of the day :)ReplyDelete
Naps times are awesome! I have been able to get all five kids on the same nap time/quiet time schedule and it is so nice.I so wish I was able to go to Edel Conference. Have a great time! I am stopping by from the Currently link-up.ReplyDelete
Ha! You sound like me with the reading. I start a ton of books but usually take forever to actually finish one. In the past month I have started four books and finished none.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photo of your sleeping baby
I'm in the middle of the Anne books too, but I had to start some others because they're library books that I have to finish! Loving the whole Green Gables series though - I can't believe I'd never read them!ReplyDelete
I hope you have an AMAZING time this weekend :) I'm a teeensssyyy bit jealous. But am so excited to hear about it. Prayers for you, Amanda. Thank you for linking up with me. ~JennaReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Jenna! I'm hoping to join your link-up more often! As for Edel, it was such a gift! I pray you'll be able to attend next year! Thank you for your prayers! They were truly felt! PS I think you're amazing.Delete