Friday, April 16, 2021

Five on Friday - Hey Y’all, Diffuser Blend, and Inspiration

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Hey, y’all!  Happy Fridaaaay!  We have a super fun weekend planned, and I’m looking forward to it so much!  But first, some favorites…

O N E – Hey, Y’all Mug

I’ve been wanting this mug for years because this is my catchphrase, y’all!  Unfortunately, it’s been impossible to find, probably because they get snatched up immediately here in the south.  My sweet friend, Heather, came across one in her Homegoods a couple of weeks ago, and she was kind enough to grab it and ship it to me, and I’ve been using it nearly every morning since!  It has definitely been a favorite from this week.  Thank you so much again, Heather!!


T W O – Peppermint + Lime

Y’all, I’ve been using essential oils for two years now, and I’ve come up with lots of different diffuser combinations that I absolutely love.  I don’t know why it took me so long to try this one, but I’m kicking myself for not thinking of it sooner... peppermint and lime together are heaven on earth.  Heaven.  On.  Earth.  I’ve been diffusing it nonstop for several weeks now and I just can’t get enough.  It’s uplifting, invigorating, refreshing, and it gives off aaaallll the happy vibes.

The more I use oils, the more I love them.  I never thought I’d love oils more than candles, but here we are.  I haven’t burned a single candle in over a year now… not even my favorite Sweet Cinnamon Pumpkin one during the fall.  I was able to create my own fall blend from oils, and I actually prefer it to my beloved candle.  Never in a million years did I think I’d speak those words, but I’m happy I’ve come this far to kick those candle toxins!

T H R E E – Yoga

I started doing yoga about a year ago as a way to pass the time and keep my mental health in check while in quarantine.  I ended up loving it so much that I did it pretty much every week for several months.  Around the holidays, I fell off of the yoga wagon as it just doesn’t burn as many calories as cardio or weight-lifting, but I recently jumped back on because I miss the way it makes me feel.

I’ve noticed that on the days that start with yoga, I feel much more centered and calm throughout the day, and my anxiety seems to stay in check more easily.  I had also gotten more limber when I was doing it consistently, but since I’ve stopped, my muscles have tightened back up.  Yoga makes me feel better in my body, and that makes it one of my favorites!  I’m hoping to start doing it at least once a week again. 

My favorite person to watch is Yoga with Adriene on YouTube.  She has an entire library of free yoga workouts for everything you can imagine - yoga for hips, yoga for lower back, yoga for clarity, yoga for peace and calming, etc.  If you're wanting to get started, she has plenty of beginner workouts, too.

F O U R – Calm + Tabitha Brown

Do y’all follow Tabitha Brown on Instagram?  I found her several months ago, and she is one of my absolute favorite people on there.  She is always bursting with love and light and positivity, she’s authentic, and she has the absolute warmest, best personality ever. 

She announced last week that she’s teaming up with Calm to do sleep stories, and I am STOKED.  I started using the Calm app over a year ago for my daily meditation, and I love it so much that I bought a lifetime subscription to it.  Calm + Tabitha Brown are just two of my favorite things, and I can’t wait to listen to that velvety voice of hers!


F I V E – Danielle Coke

I’ve mentioned Danielle Coke here on the blog before, but I just wanted to share some of her latest words and art with y’all to end these Friday favorites.  My word for 2021 is LIGHT and I’ve been trying (and struggling) to train my mind and actions to live in the light, and it’s been a huge challenge with everything going on in the world. 

It’s hard to keep sight of the positive things when there are so many negative things going on in the world, and I’ve lost sight of the light time and time again, but seeing words like Danielle’s in my Instagram feed have provided much needed inspiration for me to strong and stay the path. 

Friday Funnies


On the Blog This Week

 Our 2021 30A Beach Trip by the Numbers

Our Week – The One with Quarantine, Week 56 (Second Vaccine, Last Birthday Celebration, and Sunday Dinners are BACK!)

Pink and White Dot Dress 

Happy Friday, y’all! 

*Linking up with A Little Bit of Everything for Friday Favorites.

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Pink and White Dot Dress

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I posted about this dress in a Five on Friday post, and I had several requests from y’all to take some pictures of myself in it, so here they are! 

This dress originally showed up in an ad in my Instagram feed one evening, and all I have to say is, well placed, Amazon, well placed.  I couldn’t click on it fast enough, and I don’t ever shop from ads on social media.  There’s nothing that screams LINDSAY more than pink and polka dots. 

I’m happy to report that the dress exceeded my expectations and I couldn’t love it more!  I didn’t pay much attention to the fabric before I ordered, and I had assumed that it would be that light satin/polyester blended fabric that so many Amazon dresses are made from, so I was super pleased to pull it out of the bag and find that it’s actually made of cotton! 

The fabric is thick enough so that the dress isn’t see-through, and it has the slightest amount of stretch to make it comfortable.  The buttons are functional which makes the dress so easy to get on and off, and the color is even prettier in person.  It fits true to size... the small fits me like a glove. 

The dress was significantly less expensive when I bought it, but it looks like Amazon has raised the price a bit since then.  In all honesty, I would still purchase it at the higher price point because it’s just that good.  It comes in 20 different solid colors and patterns, so there’s something for everyone, and it is THE perfect spring and summer dress.  I’ve already worn it once at the beach!

You can buy it here from Amazon, and it’s less than $30!

 Pink and White Dot Dress

Studded Sandals (similar)

Gold Star Necklace

Apple Watch Band

Bracelets (similar)


Happy Wednesday, y’all!

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Our Week - The One with Quarantine, Week 56 (Second Vaccine, Last Birthday Celebration, and Sunday Dinners are BACK!)

Well, we made it through the first week back from spring break.  I have to admit, it was a little tough getting back into the swing of things after a beach trip, Easter celebrations, and my birthday, but we did it!  Once the kids get out for spring break, I pretty much have no desire to wake up early, make lunches, or do homework anymore.  Although, I had to remind myself that this time last year, we were doing virtual learning, and I quickly remembered just how grateful I am to wake up early, make lunches, and do homework.  It’s all about perspective, right?

Here’s how we spent our first week back from spring break...

Tuesday, April 6 (Day 389 of Quarantine)

The kids were off for Easter Monday, so I recapped it in last week’s post.  Tuesday was their first day back at school, and we hit the ground running!  I had lots of blogging to catch up on, so Tuesday was spent working pretty much all day with the exception of doing a cardio workout after I dropped the kids off.  

I loved my devotional reading for Tuesday.  My word for the year is LIGHT and I feel like everywhere I turn this year, there are little reminders for me to keep my face towards the light. 

Tuesday morning, I also got a message from the school principal with this sweet picture she'd taken of Olivia in class.  The Easter Bunny surprised the kids at school and Olivia was ecstatic!  I'm so grateful every day for our close-knit school family and for being able to receive random little snippets of the kids' school lives from their teachers and administrators while they're not with me.

Tuesday evening, Jacob had baseball practice, so Olivia and I hung around the house while the boys were gone.  We finally got her friendship bracelet done that we’d started weeks earlier, and she also did some crafting while I cooked dinner.

The boys arrived back at home a little early, so we were able to eat dinner and squeeze in a quick card game before getting the kids in bed on time for the first time in two weeks.  B and I watched a bit of TV and enjoyed a slice of leftover Funfetti cake after they were in bed, and then we called it a night, too.

Wednesday, April 7 (Day 390 of Quarantine)

Wednesday was another day of work, as well as my monthly appointment with my therapist, which we’re still doing virtually.  Olivia had dance right after school, so we dropped Jacob at home and headed straight there.  While she was in dance, I ran to the car wash right down the street and got my Telluride all cleaned up… it was filthy after our beach trip, and it also needed a good vacuuming.  There was sand everywhere!

After that was done, I still had about 45 minutes to kill, so I shot one of my old friends/coworkers a text to see if he had time to chat.  He called immediately, and we ended up talking for the rest of Olivia’s dance class.  We got all caught up on life stuff as well as the scoop at my old job… and there was a LOT to catch up on as they’ve been very busy moving from our old facility to two new facilities.  I went through one move when I worked there and it was a CHORE, y’all.  I’m so glad I’m not there anymore to have to go through that again.  It feels like just yesterday that I left, and every time I realized just how much time has passed, I can hardly even believe it!  It’s been 3.5 years, y’all!  Howwww?!

When we arrived back at home after dance, the boys had already left for baseball, so Olivia and I spent the next hour getting homework done and doing all the afternoon hustle things.  I had breakfast for dinner on the table when the boys got home at 7:15, and then we were able to get the kids in bed on time for the second night in a row!  Woo hoooo! 

Thursday, April 8 (Day 391 of Quarantine)

Thursday morning, I did a nice, long yoga workout.  Yoga doesn’t burn many calories, but it sure does help me start the day out feeling calm and centered.  The rest of the day was spent working and getting a few other things done, and 3 o’clock rolled around quickly.

Jacob had a baseball game Thursday evening, so we went straight home after school to get homework done and cook a quick dinner, and then we headed to his game.  His team started out strong and our pitcher was on fire for the first two innings, but once he reached his pitch count and had to be replaced, things started to go downhill.  Since the game wasn’t super slow due to a bunch of walks, we were actually able to get in four innings which meant that Jacob was able to bat twice. 

For his first at-bat, he smashed it into left field and got a double, and the second time he was walked.  He scored a run from that one, but we ended up losing the game 13-9.  It should have been 13-10, though, because one of the umps called one of our kids out at home plate and they were nowhere near out.  And I promise I’m not trying to be one of those parents.  Lol.  He was legit safe, and every single other spectator said so, too.  I’m just glad we didn’t lose by one because that would have been very disappointing after that bad call. 

We’ve not been having the greatest season so far, but Jacob and the other boys are having fun and we’re enjoying watching him do his thing, so that’s all that matters!

Friday, April 9 (Day 392 of Quarantine)

Friday was vaccination day for B and me!!!!  (And now, every time I say that, I sing it to the tune of Coronation Day from Frozen… have y’all seen that video by the Holderness Family?  It’s so dang funny.)  B drove with me to drop the kids at school, and then he and I headed straight to the mass vaccination site.  There were more cars there this time than there were the first time, but they were still super quick and efficient and we were in and out in around 30 minutes.

Again, we never even had to leave our vehicle.  We just drove up to the tent, showed them our cards from our first dose, and they gave us the second shot.  We then pulled over to the parking lot to wait 15 minutes to make sure we didn’t have any kind of reaction, and then we were on our way.  Easy peasy.

I can’t even begin to explain the relief I feel knowing that Brian and I will be over 90% protected from Covid in just a matter of two weeks.  Now, we are just counting down the days until the kids can get theirs and be protected as well.  I know it’s still probably many months away, but it’s comforting to know it’s in the works.

B and I were back home by 9 and I spent the rest of the day working with my lazy little co-worker and hydrating.  Several people reached out to me to tell me to make sure we stayed super hydrated for our second vaccine as it can potentially lessen side effects, so he and I chugged a ton of water.  I drank 104 oz. on Thursday and ended up drinking about the same again on Friday, and Saturday, too.

Friday evening, B picked up BBQ from our favorite place, and we celebrated vaccine #2 with a beer… maybe not the smartest thing to do with the potential for flu-like symptoms around the corner, but worth it!  Ha!

We spent the rest of the evening watching the last episode of Secrets of Sulphur Springs season one, and we started getting caught up on American Idol from earlier in the week.  After the kids went to bed, B and I caught up on A Million Little Things and Shark Tank.  When we went to bed Friday evening, we both felt totally normal… no symptoms!

Saturday, April 10 (Day 393 of Quarantine)

Saturday morning, B and I both slept in a bit later than we usually do, and when we got up, we both had mild headaches and felt a little tired.  I felt good enough to make homemade waffles for breakfast, and then afterward, I unloaded the dishwasher and got a load of laundry started.

That small amount of activity made me feel pretty tired, so I sat around with my hot tea and read for a couple of hours after that.  It was a stormy day, so it was the perfect way to spend the morning.  I got another load of laundry in before lunch, and then made a light lunch for everyone.  By the time lunch was over, I was feeling a little achy and even more tired, so I settled in on the couch and took a two-hour nap.

After my nap, I felt a bit better, but still winded and a little achy, and my lymph nodes in my neck felt swollen and sore, too.  My symptoms never reached the point where I felt like I had to have pain killers, though, and all-in-all, I think B and I were both pretty lucky.  We know many people who had full-on flu-like symptoms – fever, chills, aches, pains, stomach issues, migraines, and even vomiting – so we definitely had it pretty easy. 

I spent the next hour in my office catching up on a few things, and then I got ready for the evening.  My father-in-law brought over pizza from my favorite local place and a Dairy Queen Oreo Blizzard cake to celebrate my birthday one last time.  The weather had cleared up and it was a gorgeous evening, so we spent the whole evening outside on the back porch.

After he left, B and I got right back into our PJs and the four of us piled on the couch for some more American Idol.  I was still feeling pretty tired, and my headache was still there, so I didn’t move from the couch for the rest of the evening.

My headache and body aches never got so bad that I needed medicine to function, but after battling the mild pain for 14+ hours, I finally broke down and took some Acetaminophen before bed because it was wearing me down.

One last thing I wanted to mention about getting the vaccine is that I had one other side effect that I didn’t even realize was a side effect from the vaccine… I noticed at dinner Saturday evening (about 34 hours post-vaccine) that my pizza had a bitter taste to it.  I didn’t really think much of it until later that evening I popped a piece of Peppermint gum in my mouth, and it tasted bitter, too. 

I decided to Google “Pfizer vaccine, bitter taste” and it turns out that a verrrry small handful of people experience this side effect with the Covid vaccine, and also other vaccines (flu, etc.) + antibiotics and pain medication.  The article I read said that people describe it as a “bitter,” “metallic,” or “rancid” taste in their mouth.  The article said it resolves in a few days, and it happens to so few people that they don’t even list it as a side effect.  SO WEIRD. 

Sure enough, it lasted for about 15-16 hours for me and then went away.  And I only noticed it when I ate savory foods… not sweet.  My pizza and gum tasted bitter, but my Dairy Queen ice cream cake and cinnamon rolls Sunday morning tasted normal.  I did have a weird taste in my mouth when I wasn’t eating, too, but it was gone by lunchtime on Sunday and it’s been gone ever since! 

Just wanted to put all that out there in case you had something similar happen and you couldn’t figure it out!  It is normal (just not common), it’s not dangerous, and you’re not alone!

Sunday, April 11 (Day 394 of Quarantine)

I ended up sleeping well all night, and I woke up feeling refreshed, energetic, and pain-free!!  Just like most other people experienced – the pain and exhaustion lasted about 24 hours and then turned off like a light!  It was like it was never even there. 

We started the morning with virtual church and cinnamon rolls, and I pulled out my planner to plan the week ahead.  Once all that was done, I decided to test my energy and do a mixed cardio workout, and I ended up getting in the entire hour with no problem at all!  Starting out I felt a little winded, but after about ten minutes I found my groove and then it was full throttle from there on out.

The rest of the day I felt great, and B felt great, too… so great that he was able to get outside and mow the front and back lawns for the first time this spring.  While he got that done, I helped the kids with homework and started prepping everything for the week ahead – sorting laundry, getting bookbags packed, etc. – and then we all had a quick lunch.

After lunch, the kids played video games, and I got some things done in my office, and then Jacob had baseball practice at 4.  B ran him over there, and Olivia and I hung back at home to bake brownies and prep the house for Sunday dinner!  That’s right, now that my Momma, Daddy, Mama Cass, and B and I are all fully vaccinated, Sunday dinners are BACK IN ACTION!!!! 

For now, we’re just doing them at our house on the back porch since the weather’s nice, but hopefully once the heat of summer kicks in, we’ll all feel comfortable doing them inside at my parents’ house again.

The weather Sunday evening could not have been more perfect… our unicorn weather was back!  Momma brought her famous spaghetti over and we had salad and bread and wine.  We turned on the Masters and gathered around the same table (that will never get old and I’ll never take it for granted again, y’all), and it was the perfect evening. 

Another great week followed by a weekend well spent!

Happy Tuesday, y’all!

Monday, April 12, 2021

Our 2021 30A Spring Break Beach Trip by the Numbers

We decided at the last minute to head to our favorite place for spring break, and the trip did not disappoint!  I’ll be recapping the entire thing here on the blog as I always do, but here’s a little recap of our trip by the numbers first…

5 – Days we were on our trip

4 – Nights we stayed in the condo

5 – Little beach towns we visited while we were there (Inlet, Rosemary, Seacrest, Seagrove, Seaside)

1 – Pandemic that was going on while we were there

2 – Times Olivia asked for snacks (this is, by far, the lowest ever… I feel like I didn’t record this number properly.  Haha.)

6 – Times Olivia asked if we were almost there

1 – Time we had to pull over on the way because the rain was too heavy to drive safely

2 – Times we had to turn on our flashers because the rain was so heavy, and we had to drive slowly

1 – Time we had to stop at a shady gas station for a bathroom break

0 – People wearing masks inside said shady gas station

3 – Times somebody said “cows” on the way down there and back

0 – Time the GPS fell off the windshield (this has never happened before… we always have at least one casualty)

11 – Adult beverages consumed

24 – Donuts consumed

14 – Ice creams consumed

16 – Hours spent on the beach (15 daytime and 1 evening)

1 – Time we went crabbing after dark

0 – Crabs seen (I think it was too cold since we went so early in the year)

2 – Bottles of sunscreen that we went through

0 – Times we had to move on the beach because people set up their stuff too close (we lucked out this year!)

1 – Time we got takeout for dinner and ate in the condo to avoid restaurants

2 – Times we ate outside at a restaurant for dinner

1 – Time we ate inside a restaurant for dinner (we were literally the only people in there the entire time because we went so early)

3 – Times we ate lunch in the condo to avoid restaurants

0 – Time we ate at a restaurant for lunch

1 – Book I read on the trip (The Two Lives of Lydia Bird)

0 – Times we were asked if the kids are twins (we used to get this question all the time, but we rarely do anymore, and honestly, I think they look more like twins than ever right now!)

445 – Pictures taken on the trip with my iPhone

0 – Pictures taken on the trip with my fancy camera

52 – Videos taken on the trip with my iPhone

?? – Miles driven (I forgot to keep track again… whoops)

I’ll be recapping our entire trip soon, but if you want a little sneak peek until then, you can always check out the “Beach ‘21” highlight in my Instagram bio.

Happy Monday, y’all!

*Linking up with My Glittery HeartThe Other Side of the Road, and The Sirois Family for Hello Monday.

Friday, April 9, 2021

Five on Friday - April Goals

My motivation was back in March after struggling pretty badly in February, and I ended up doing pretty well on my goals.  I didn’t do quite as well as I’d hoped, but when I set my goals for March, I didn’t know that we’d be going to the beach for spring break since it was a last-minute trip.  Going to the beach meant less time to accomplish everything, but I’d choose the beach trip over accomplishing goals any day!  Beach time was time well-spent.

Today I’m recapping my March goals and listing my April goals.  As always, I’m using a Y for YES and N for NO to indicate whether or not I accomplished my goals. 

March Goals

Relationships/Connect/Be the Light

Y  Visit with my Mama Cass for her birthday. – my extended family was able to get together for an outdoor, socially distant party and it was so much fun!

Y  Visit with my mother-in-law for her birthday. – we were able to get together for a socially distant lunch at my MIL and step-FIL’s house!

Y  Catch up with an old coworker.

Y  Send a random text to someone I haven’t talked to in a while.

*There were a few other things that I did this past month to connect with others and “be the light,” but it just feels weird listing all of them out since good deeds don’t necessarily always need to be recognized.  For this reason, I’ll probably continue to keep some of the things I do each month to myself.


Y  Meditate, quiet time, and affirmations every day.

Y  Drink 64 oz. most days.  Gotta get back on the wagon!

Y  Find another new healthy dish to add to my lunch rotation. – this month I started making Greek yogurt, fruit, and granola parfaits… I use the Oikos Triple Zero Greek yogurt because it’s high in protein and very low in sugar, I add strawberries and blueberries, and I use organic granola.  I top it off with some Chia seeds and it is so delicious!

N  Close all rings on my Apple Watch at least 15 days. – I closed mine 14 days this month… I totally dropped the ball on vacation and have no regrets!

Y  Try Pilates. – yep, tried it and loved it!

Y  Get outside in the fresh air more often. – we ate many dinners on the back porch this month and I also started taking breaks several times per week to get out for walks around the neighborhood with Maui.

Y  Visit with therapist via Zoom.

Y  Go to DMV and renew my driver’s license.

Y  Get my hair highlighted and trimmed!  Finally!

Y  Donate blood.

Y  Continue observing Lent (Best Lent Ever video devotional, gratitude journal, give up something, no meat on Fridays).

Y  Read Everybody Always. – Yes, and I adored it!

Y  Read a fiction book. – I read Dear Edward and I thought it was really good!


Y  Watch Jacob play baseball.

Y  Eat dinner on the back porch.

Y  Do something fun/safe for spring break. – We went to the beeeeaaaach!

Y  Record a video every single day of the month and upload to my One Second a Day app.


Y  Clean out closet under stairs, take two.

Y  Clean out command center, take two.

Y  Clean out buffet table in dining room, take two.

Y  Clean out my dresser, take two.

Y  Clean out my nightstand, take two.

N  Clean out master bathroom, take two.

N  Clean out kids’ bathroom, take two.

Y  Complete 1 thing on Master To-Do list. – I ended up doing, not 1, but 2 things this month!

Blog/Social Media

Y  Post 3-4 times per week.

Y  Start sharing daily to-do lists on Instagram stories again.

N  Install new blog template and reorganize layout, blog tabs, etc.

N  Start reorganizing blog labels.

N  Start updating/reformatting blog pages.


28 items accomplished

6 items not accomplished


Monthly Stats

Books Read: 2

    Everybody, Always

    Dear Edward

Meditation Days: 31

Rings Closed on Apple Watch:

    Move Ring: 14

    Exercise Ring: 14

    Stand Ring: 31

Workouts Completed: 22

    Core Training: 0 

    Dance: 0

    High Intensity Interval Training: 0

    Mixed Cardio: 9

    Outdoor Run: 1 (1.81 miles)

    Outdoor Walk: 7 (8.45 miles)

    Pilates: 1

    Stair Stepper: 0

    Strength Training: 2

    Yoga: 2

Time Spent Working Out: 13:28:33 (hours:minutes:seconds)

Calories Burned During Workouts: 3,396


Pictures of My Successes

Apple Watch rings - Didn't accomplish my goal, but did pretty well!


Mama Cass's birthday celebration

My MIL's birthday celebration

Spending more time outside

Finally getting my hair done!

Donating blood

Reading Everybody Always

Reading Dear Edward for my fiction book

Dinners on the back porch

Watching all the baseball

Now for the April goals…

April Goals

Relationships/Connect/Be the Light

Possibly start up Sunday dinners again, on the back porch.

Catch up with an old friend.

Do a couple of other things that I have in mind.


Meditate, quiet time, and affirmations every day.

Drink 64 oz. most days. 

Close all rings on my Apple Watch at least 15 days.

Run at least twice.

Take more walks with Maui.

Visit with therapist via Zoom.

Get my second Covid-19 vaccine!!!!

Read Growing Boldly.

Read 1 fiction book.


Celebrate my birthday!

Celebrate Easter and attend mass for the first time in a year!!!!

Celebrate Olivia’s Millionaire Bash with her at school!

Go the the G-Day game!!!!  (UGA Spring training game in Athens)

Decide whether or not kids will attend summer camp and book if need be.

Book swimming lessons.

Watch Jacob play tons of baseball.

Eat lots of dinners on the back porch.

Record a video every single day of the month and upload to my One Second a Day app.


Add additional cameras to home security system.

Clean ceiling fans.

Transfer all photos to hard drives and Amazon cloud.

Start listing summer clothes on Poshmark.

Start tending herbs.

Buy ferns for porch.

Clean off the back porch and prepare for summa summa time.

Clean out master bathroom, take three.

Clean out kids’ bathroom, take three.

Complete 1 thing on Master To-Do list.

Blog/Social Media

Post 3 times per week.

Complete 2 blog posts for summer.

Start sharing more on Instagram stories.

Pitch to one brand.

Install new blog template and reorganize layout, blog tabs, etc., take two.

Start reorganizing blog labels, take two.

Start updating/reformatting blog pages, take two.


Friday Funnies

We're officially old.

I wonder where it could be?

9:00 PM?  Maybe in 2007.

Y'all Lil Jon fans know what I'm talking about!


On the Blog This Week

 Happy Birthday to Me… 39 Things for Age 39

Blue and White Gingham Dress… and It Has Pockets!

Our Week – The One with Quarantine, Week 55 (Easter and My Birthday)

Previous Monthly Goals Posts

Happy Friday, y’all!

*Linking up with A Little Bit of Everything for Friday Favorites.