Friday, December 30, 2022

An Ode to 2022

Oh 2022, you were such a breath of fresh air after a terrible 2020 and an uncertain 2021!  I had high hopes for you, and I could feel it in my gut that you were going to be wonderful, and thankfully, my gut was right!

Shall we recap?  As always, I’m recapping the good and the bad, and I’m starting with the bad so we can end on a high note… and thankfully, the bad was very few and far between this year!  I mean, some of these “bad” things really weren’t even all that bad, but they shall be noted because that’s what I do.  Haha.

The Bad…

It was the year we all finally got Covid after avoiding it for nearly two years.  First was Jacob in February, then came Olivia literally the day that Jacob finally tested negative, and then Brian in August, and finally, me in October.  The silver lining?  The kids’ cases were suuuuper mild, and Brian’s and my cases were similar to flu and nothing more serious.  Yes, I had some breathing issues with mine, but thankfully, we all made full recoveries and nobody had to pay the hospital a visit. 

It was the year that I got the shingles?!  But again, thankfully, they were mild (at least I think, compared to other horror stories I’ve heard), and it wasn’t really a big deal… more weird than bad.  Haha.

It was the year that Brian had a terrible bout with poison ivy… all over his whole body… for days and days.  Eek!

It was the year that our beloved friars left our church to move on to their next assignments.  I still miss them so very much every single day and our church truly hasn’t been the same since they’ve been gone.

It was the year that Olivia had to have another surgery for her thyroid, and also a surgery done on her ear drum.  Thankfully, the biopsy came back with benign results again, so for that, we are most grateful. 


The Good…

It was the year that Jacob got the “best all-around” award for his class for the second quarter of school.  It’s only awarded to one student per class per quarter, and students are awarded for being hard-working, kind, going the extra mile, and following the school’s four core values of faith, honesty, loyalty, and respect. 

It was the year that after 41 loooong years, GEORGIA FINALLY WON THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME!!!!  That pretty much set the tone for an absolutely fabulous January.  We rode that high well into the year… heck, we’re still riding it. 

It was the year that we headed to Athens to celebrate our Dawgs and we had the absolute best time getting away, attending the parade, seeing all of the players and coaches up close and personal, and spending time in our beloved stadium.

It was the year that we had a day of SNOW… well, kind of.  Haha.  Even though it didn’t stick, it was still magical!

It was the year that we celebrated Brian’s 44th birthday!

 Celebrations Part 1

Celebrations Part 2


It was the year that we celebrated our sweet girl’s 8th birthday! 


Birthday Interview

Birthday Letter


It was the year that Olivia made her First Reconciliation.

It was the year that I celebrated seven years of blogging!


It was the year that I celebrated my 40th birthday… EEK!

 40 Things for Age 40

Celebrations Part 1

Celebrations Part 2

Celebrations Part 3 

It was the year that we were FINALLY able to make up our missed Disney World trip from 2020, and we had the very best time!

 2022 Disney World Vacation Day 1 – Disney Springs

2022 Disney World Vacation Day 2 – Hollywood Studios

2022 Disney World Vacation Day 3 – Animal Kingdom

2022 Disney World Vacation Day 4 – Pool Day

2022 Disney World Vacation Day 5 – Magic Kingdom

2022 Disney World Vacation Day 6 – Epcot

Disney World 2022 By the Numbers


It was the year that Olivia danced in her 4th recital… and she nailed all four of her dances both times!

It was the year that Jacob got the Grace Award for his class for the fourth quarter at school… for being a person who embodies the characteristics of Christ (loving, kind, empathetic, etc.).

It was the year that Jacob wrapped up his little league career.  *Tear*

It was the year that Olivia made her First Communion.

It was the year that we were able to get away and head to our favorite place, 30A…

 Days 1, 2, 3, & 4

Days 5, 6, & 7

By the Numbers

It was the year that Jacob found a new passion... piano playing!  (No pictures of him actually playing, but here he is waiting for his lesson to start.)

It was the year that Olivia found a new passion... voice lessons!  (No pictures of her actually singing, but here she is waiting for her lesson.  Haha.)


It was the year that we celebrated Jacob’s 11th birthday!

 Celebrations Part 1

Celebrations Part 2

Birthday Interview

Birthday Letter


It was my fifth summer home with the kids, and we got to spend more quality time with friends than ever!  We all enjoyed it so much!

 Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Week 7

Week 8

Week 9

Week 10

Week 11


It was the year that Jacob got Student of the Month for sixth grade… third year in a row for him getting this special award!


It was the year that Jacob started playing golf!

It was the year that we traveled back to the mountains for fall break, and this year, my parents were able to join us!

 Days 1 & 2

Days 3, 4, & 5

By the Numbers


It was the year that B and I celebrated our 15th wedding anniversary. 


It was the year that B and I took the kiddos on their first flights ever to New York City and they were able to experience New York City at Christmastime!

 Day 1

Day 2 (to be recapped soon)

Days 3 & 4 (to be recapped soon)

By the Numbers


It was the year that we went on 3 weekend getaways in addition to our Disney, beach, mountain, and New York City trips… so much travel this year!  So grateful!

 UGA National Championship Celebration – Athens, GA

Dave Matthews Band – Huntsville, AL

Atlanta Braves game – Atlanta, GA

It was the year that we were able to go to 2 concerts, 4 if you count Blue Man Group and the Radio City Rockettes as concerts, haha.

 Blue Man Group

Dave Matthews Band – Huntsville, AL

Dave Matthews Band – Atlanta, GA

Radio City Rockettes – New York City, NY (to be recapped soon)


It was the year that we went to 1 Atlanta Braves game.

 Altanta Braves vs. New York Mets


It was the year that we went to 3 Georgia games.

 UGA vs. Oregon – Atlanta, GA

UGA vs. Auburn – Athens, GA

UGA vs. Tennessee – Athens, GA


It was the year that B and I managed to squeeze in 5 dates.  We always aim for 12 each year (one per month), but among all the sicknesses and obligations this year, we ended up having to cancel several of them.  Boooo.

 Dave Matthews Band Concert – Huntsville,AL

Dave Matthews Band Concert – Atlanta, GA

Georgia vs. Tennessee football game – Athens, GA

Christmas Shopping Day Date

Anniversary Dinner


It was the year that we were back in full-swing with lunches and dinners and coffee dates and get-togethers with girlfriends and old coworkers!

 Dinner with Jeannine, Jen, Jenn,Jessica, and Heather at the New Mexican Place Downtown 

Dinner with Jeannine, Jen, Jenn, and Jessica

Movie with Momma

Dinner downtown with Jen, Jessica, Jenn, Jeannine, and Becky

Lunch with Donnie and Gilbert

Coffee Date with Becky, Jen, Jenn, Jeannine, and Emily

Lunch with Brad

Lunch with Greg

Dinner Downtown with Becky, Jeannine, Jenn, Heather, and Jessica

Dinner Downtown with Jessica, Jeannine,Heather, Jenn, and Jen

Dinner with Momma and Father Manny

Dinner with Jeannine, Heather, Jen, Jenn, and Jessica

Fourth of July Party at Our House

Jenn’s Surprise Birthday Party

Lunch with Shelly

Braves Game with Shelby

Dinner Party at Jessica’s House

Lauren & Zack’s Wedding in Atlanta

Mexican Dinner with Jen, Jessica, and Jeannine

Lunch with Greg

Mexican Dinner with Jen, Heather, and Jenn

Lunch with Tammy and Thaka

Homecoming Alumni Social

Lunch with Brad

Georgia vs. Tennessee Game with Family and Friends

Movie with Momma

Dinner with Old Coworkers

Fundraiser Shopping with Becky

Christmas Dinner with the Girls

It was also the year that we had many playdates and get-togethers with friends!

 Pool Party at Christy’s

Play Date at Jeannine’s House

Aubrey’s Birthday Party

Golf Lessons with Mack and Noah

Swim Play Date with Jeannine and Khristina

Swim Play Date with Jeannine and the Boys

Golf Play Date with Jeannine and the Boys

BBQ Lunch Date with Jeannine and the Boys

Evening Swim with Jeannine and the Boys

Jacob’s Arcade Birthday with Friends

Savannah’s Birthday Swim Party

Bowling and Arcade with Leo and Clara

Callaway Gardens Beach Day with School Friends

Back-to-School Social

High School Football Game

Pumpkins at Callaway Gardens with Friends

WJ's Birthday Party

School Fall Carnival

Pumpkin Painting Night with Friends

Trick-or-Treating with Friends

Jacob's First School Dance

School-Wide Tailgate

Elf Movie Night at Jeannine’s House

State Playoff Football Game

Game Night with Friends at Our House


It was the year that I volunteered more than ever at the kids’ school, joining their Home & School Advisory Board, chairing and co-chairing several events and fundraisers (Grandparent’s Day, Reindeer Run), being room mom for Olivia’s class, and also taking on a new role as part of the school’s alumni affairs team.


It was another year of wonderful holiday celebrations…

 New Year’s

Valentine’s Day


Memorial Day

4th of July

Labor Day





It was the year that I continued running, and I also continued working out consistently and incorporating strength training regularly.  My body is in the best shape it has been in my entire adult life!  I feel so strong and healthy and great!


It was the year I shared a few new recipes here on the blog!

 Mint Moscow Mule

The Best Hot Toddy + Immune Booster for Everything That Ails you

Candy Corn Fruit Skewers

Easy Chocolate Ghost Cupcake Toppers


It was the year that I shared some fun organizing tips, how-to’s, and DIY projects with you.

 How to Organize Everything – An Organization Roundup

House Cleanout and Projects –Mid-January Update

How to Move Your Data from an Old Apple Watch to a New Apple Watch

House Cleanout and Projects – Mid-February Update

Items in My Emergency Car Kit

Kids’ Bathroom Refresh

The Best Way to Display Lego Builds – Jacob’s Lego Museum and Updated Bedroom

The Ultimate Checklist for the Entire Holiday Season (Start of fall – New Year’s Eve)

The Best Way to Keep Track of Christmas Gift Purchases

And now I’ll leave you with my top five most viewed posts that were written in 2022.  Before I get to these, a few notes…

These are the top five most viewed posts that were written in 2022… all of my most viewed posts of all-time were written in previous years. 

I do still have several old posts making the rounds on Pinterest, and a couple that picked up speed this year.   

Income was steady yet again which is exactly what I’m aiming for these days as I haven’t had quite as much time to dedicate to my blog since I’ve taken on so many volunteer responsibilities this year.

Y’all LOVE my Amazon purchases posts and my weekly recaps.  Those always have, by far, the most views.

Without further ado, here are my top five posts that were published in 2022…

F I V E – What I Ordered from Amazon in January 2022

Y’all truly love these Amazon recaps!


F O U R – What I Ordered from Amazon in December 2021

Another one!


T H R E E – What I Eat in a Typical Week

This post came in at number three for the whole year, and I’m genuinely surprised.  Haha. 


T W O – The Lindsay’s Sweet World Travel Guide to 30A Florida

This one came as no surprise as 30A has become quite the vacation destination.  Pinterest has given this one a lot of traction.


O N E – How to Move Your Data from an Old Apple Watch to a New Apple Watch (Including a Step That’s Needed if it Doesn’t Work the First Time)

And finally, this was my number one most-viewed post that was published in 2022.  I am so surprised, y’all!  Haha.  I guess many people had the same struggle that I did when I upgraded to my new watch earlier this year.  This one was, by far, my most viewed post published in 2022… by more than double.  Haha.



And just for fun, my Instagram Top 9 photos of the year... five of the nine were from Disney World!  Haha.  Those were some of my favorites, too!  And New York City made it in there, too, so apparently everyone likes photos of travel.  ;o)

2022, you were so wonderful, and for the first time in a few years, I’m really sad to say goodbye to a year.  We traveled to some fabulous places, we were able to spend loads of precious time with those who we love dearly, we experienced another year of good health, and most importantly, we were finally able to get back to normal after a couple of years that were anything but normal. 

2023, I pray that you bring us more of the same.


Wednesday, December 28, 2022

Our Week - The One with a Class Christmas Party, Fantasy in Lights, Game Night with Friends, and Christmas!

We managed to squeeze in a ton of Christmasy goodness the week leading up to Christmas, and it was just the most festive week of the whole year! 

Monday, December 19

Monday morning, the kids had school, so I dropped them off and then headed to Publix to get some grocery shopping done.  The rest of the day was spent working on blog stuff, prepping for Olivia’s class Christmas party, doing some last-minute Christmas shopping, wrapping gifts – aaaallll the things.

I did stop midday to go have lunch with Brian and Olivia at our favorite local Mexican restaurant, though.  All of the kids in third grade passed all of their multiplication facts tests to become Multiplication Masters, so they had a field trip to eat lunch.  ;o)  B and I both ate with Olivia and the entire third grade plus all of the parents, and I brought cupcakes for all of them to celebrate. 


After school, Jacob and I dropped Olivia at dance, and we’d just walked in the door at home, when Jacob’s music teacher contacted me to make sure we were still coming to piano lessons. 


Y’all.  I thought they were already closed for the break, but they were not.  Haha.  His music teacher had even given me a slip of paper with the dates that they were going to be closed, and I totally just dropped the ball.  Thankfully, they’d had a lot of no-shows at the school on Monday, so all of the teachers started contacting parents to send reminders… if they hadn’t done that, we would have totally missed Jacob’s lesson altogether.

Thankfully, we live like five minutes from the music studio, so we literally walked in our door at home, put down Jacob’s backpack, and then we turned right back around and walked out the door to go to piano lessons.  Haha.  We somehow even managed to get there right on time.  Whew.

After piano, Jacob and I headed back home, and then I got started on dinner while B headed back out to pick up Olivia from dance.

I got in a stair stepper workout after dinner, and then B and I put together all of the craft bags for the kids for Olivia’s class Christmas party the next day while we watched the new Lego Masters holiday special.  After that, it was another episode of White Lotus for B and me and then bed.

Tuesday, December 20

Tuesday morning, I got the kids off to school and hit the ground running – Starbucks for some fuel, UPS to drop some Amazon returns, back to the school to set up for the teacher’s Christmas luncheon, and then straight to Olivia’s class to set up for her class Christmas party. 

The room mom for the other third grade class and I had arranged for them to have a full breakfast with all the works – Chick-Fil-A chicken minis, donuts, muffins, mini quiches, yogurt, fruit, and lots of other brunchy goodies, and then a full hot chocolate bar with marshmallows, sprinkles, candy canes – the works.

After their brunch/hot chocolate feast, we did the craft that I’d put together, and then their teacher put on a Christmas movie while we cleaned up.

I was done there around 11, so I hung out at the school until the kids dismissed at noon, and then we all headed home to eat lunch and hang for the rest of the day.  The weather all last week (and this week for that matter) was dreary and wet and SOOOO COOOOLD, so there was very little outdoor time. 

Olivia had dance at 5, so Jacob and I drove her there, dropped her off, and then we swung by Publix on the way home to grab a few things.  I got started on dinner after that, and B grabbed Olivia on his way home from work. 

We all had dinner, I did an arms and squats workout, we finished the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting show that we’d started weeks earlier, and then we watched some more of the Lego Masters holiday special.  

B and I finished season two of White Lotus, and then we headed to bed, too.  Why is that show so good, y’all?!  OMG.

Wednesday, December 21

Wednesday was the kids’ first day of Christmas break.  B had to work, so he was up and out of the house early, but the kids and I slept in a little.  I made breakfast, they watched some cartoons, and then we made gingerbread houses for the rest of the morning.

The kids are so old now that they barely need my help with them anymore, so I just sat and watched instead. 

The rest of the afternoon was spent getting ready, having lunch, playing video games, and doing some blog work, and then when B got home, we made the drive to Fantasy in Lights for our annual tradition.

The kids hadn’t yet seen Santa this year, so they were able to visit with him – and actually sit on his lap for the first time since 2019!!  Then we walked around and looked at all of the decorations before jumping on the trolley to ride through the main attraction.  They had added yet another new section to the trolley ride, and it was really beautiful!

Since we were in the area, we also stopped by a subdivision nearby to watch their amazing light show that they have every year.  Right as we were pulling up, they were showing a University of Georgia themed show, and it was SO GOOD.  Haha.  We ended up hanging around for another 30-45 minutes watching a bunch more of the songs.  It’s so entertaining, I swear, we could’ve stayed there all night.  Haha.

By the time we got home it was laaaate, and we hadn’t even had dinner, so we whipped up some eggs, grits, bacon, and toast really quickly, and had a very late dinner before getting the kiddos into bed.

B and I started the new season of Handmaid’s Tale after they were in bed, and then we went to bed, too.


Thursday, December 22

Thursday morning, the kids and I slept in again, and B headed off to work, and then we had a leisurely morning at home.  The kids requested Christmas-themed coloring pages, and then I got in a cardio workout.  I did some laundry and then got ready for the day, and then I made lunch when B came home.  He only worked a half day Thursday, and he has been off of work since then.

Thursday afternoon, we decided to have some friends over for a game night, so I headed to Walmart at 4 PM to grab some things for the get together, and my goodness, what was I thinking?!  Haha.  That place was a MAD HOUSE.  What I thought would be a 20-minute trip ended up being over an hour because there were so many people there.  I also had some random guy ask me a million questions about wine because he was trying to pick out a good bottle for a gift for his lady friend.  Haha.  I ended up talking to him for probably 10-15 minutes before getting back to my shopping.  Hopefully his girlfriend enjoyed the bottle we selected.  Haha.

By the time I got home, my friend, Jeannine, and her boys were already there at our house, and my friend, Khristina and her husband and son all showed up right behind me.  I couldn’t crack open a beer fast enough after my trip to Walmart.  Haha. 

We heated up a few frozen pizzas and chatted while the kiddos played, and then after we ate, we all gathered around the table for a few rounds of Exploding Kittens, Uno, and Luck of the Draw (which is soooo fun and great for a crowd!). 

We had the best evening together and before we knew it, it was after 9, and time to wrap things up.  We vowed to start doing game nights on the regular, though, because it was such a fun time.

After they left, we got the kids into bed, and then B and I watched Christmas Vacation before calling it a (late) night ourselves.


Friday, December 23

A huge winter storm blew in overnight Thursday into Saturday, and the wind was insane, so it kept me up a lot of the night.  Our power ended up getting knocked out for a few hours, but it finally came back on sometime in the wee hours of the morning. 

Needless to say, I was dragging after drinking Thursday night and then not sleeping at all, so Friday was lazy.  We slept in, and then B picked up donuts for all of us for breakfast.  After breakfast, we played another few rounds of Luck of the Draw.  Our kiddos loved the game so much, that they decided to make their own version of it that we could play since the game we played Thursday night didn’t belong to us.

They made the playing cards, the adjective cards, the color chips, and the little color spinning wheels and everything.  They’re just so creative, y’all!

After that was done, we all sat down and watched an episode of Nailed It Holiday, and then I did some laundry and got in a stair stepper workout.  We made grilled cheese sandwiches for lunch, and then I got showered and ready for the day.

The high maxed out at 27 degrees on Friday with wind chills in the teens, so none of us ever left the house.  It was waaaay too cold.   

I spent some time in my office working on blog stuff while the kiddos played video games, and then after all of that was done, B picked up Five Guys for dinner.

After dinner, we decided to introduce the kids to the movie Serendipity since they’d just eaten at the restaurant in New York City, and they both LOVED it.  There is one part that we fast forwarded through since it’s a bit much for their young ages, but other than some mild language here and there, we thought it was fine for them to watch.

Olivia loves romance, so she was head over heels for the movie, and Jacob enjoyed it just as much as she did… maybe even more!  I was so thrilled that they both loved it because it has been one of my favorite movies for 20 years, and I’ve probably seen it nearly a hundred times.  My work here is done.  Haha.

After the kiddos were in bed, B and I settled in for our annual viewing of Love Actually.  We saw it in the theater when it came out in 2003, and we’ve watched it every single Christmas since then, so I suppose this was probably our 20th annual viewing.  Wow.  It’s my all-time favorite movie.  I love it SO much.


Saturday, December 24

Saturday morning was Christmas Eve, and we woke up to a temperature of 12 degrees and a wind chill of 2.  TWO, Y’ALL.  In Georgia.  Haha.

We had leftover donuts for breakfast and then we watched three episodes of the The Santa Claus show on Disney+, so it was an extra lazy morning.

After that, B baked his grandmother’s famous chocolate chip cookies, and I got in an arms workout and did some laundry, and then we had a light, quick lunch.

By the time lunch was done, it was time to get ready for church.  We always go to the children’s Mass at 4 PM on Christmas Eve, and it’s one of my favorite hours of the whole year.  We hadn’t been since 2019 because of Covid, so I was thrilled to be back in church on Christmas Eve. 

It was a packed house, and we were able to see lots of family members and friends, and it was just a joyful celebration with everyone.  We were also able to see my cousin, Wil, which was nice, because we rarely get to see him due to his work schedule.  He works for the UGA football team, and as y’all know, football never stops this time of year which means he never gets to come home for Thanksgiving, and he only gets to come home for a very brief period on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, which means he always misses our family’s big celebration Christmas night.

After Mass was over, we stopped home to grab Maui and all of the stuff needed for Christmas Eve at my parents’ house, and then we headed there for the rest of the evening. 

Unfortunately, my brother and sister-in-law and their kiddos weren’t able to come home this year, so our gathering was a bit smaller than usual – my parents, our family of four, my brother, my uncle, and my father-in-law.  We had a great time, though!

My Momma made white chicken chili (our new tradition since 2020), and then we opened presents and then settled in with our dessert to watch Home Alone… a longstanding tradition that we’ve been doing for most of my life.  My Momma and Daddy gave my brother and me each a framed movie poster from my late grandfather's movie that he was in, and my Momma captured the moments of us opening them... I cried, of course.  I can't wait to hang it in our house.

We wrapped up things at their house a little after 10, and then our kiddos left cookies and milk for Santa before finally getting into bed a little before 11 PM.  Oh, and let's not forget the candy canes... they left one for each of the nine reindeer.  ;o)

B and I settled in to watch Die Hard (because it is a Christmas movie!) and once the kiddos were all nestled in their beds, Santa left their gifts.   

He and I finally turned the light out a little after 1 AM.  Whew.


Sunday, December 25

Christmas morning, the kids came in our room at 6:50 AM (waaaay too early in my opinion – haha), but B and I managed to get ourselves out of bed so we could get started. 

The morning was spent looking at the things that Santa brought, opening gifts from each other, and opening stockings.  Jacob has been asking for a full-sized keyboard, and he got his wish, so we are excited to follow along with him on his journey to take his piano playing to the next level.  He is obsessed, and I’m so here for it… we’re going to fuel that fire for as long as we can!

All Olivia wanted on planet earth was a live baby chihuahua and Squishmallows, and she ended up getting one of those two things.  I’ll let you guess which one it was.  Hahahaha.

Thankfully, she wasn’t disappointed that she didn’t have a baby chihuahua under the tree.  We’d already told her it was never going to happen.

For breakfast, I made French toast and bacon, and we cut up some fresh strawberries and made pineapple mimosas to go along with it.  After breakfast, I was already exhausted, so I lay down on the couch with Maui and rested for a bit.  I never quite fell asleep, but having 45 minutes of peace and quiet (well, kind of – haha) to just do nothing is always a special treat that I rarely indulge in.

The whole rest of the morning and afternoon were spent playing with new toys, tidying up a bit, and just hanging out.

We had a light lunch, and then afterward, Jacob and Olivia got showered and played video games for a bit while I spent some quiet time in my office. 

Sunday afternoon, I made my dish for Christmas with my extended family, and then we drove to my aunt and uncle’s house for Christmas dinner with the whole group.  My extended family is huge, so there were at least 30 of us there, plus nearly 20 were missing due to illness or other reasons.  It is a BIG group.  Haha.  Not everyone who was there made it in this picture either.

We spent the whole evening over there eating all the yummy food and drinking and chatting, and it was just the perfect end to a really great Christmas Day.  I’ve been so very grateful for this normal Christmas after 2020’s Christmas that was anything but normal, and 2021’s Christmas that also wasn’t quite normal.

And now for a few current things…

Currently Reading


In December, I started reading People We Meet on Vacation by Emily Henry, but I didn’t quite finish it.  After reading one of Henry’s other books that I didn’t love, I’ve been pleasantly surprised with this one.  It has been entertaining so far, although, it’s not one that’s necessarily a page-turner.  Yet, at least.


Currently Watching


With B:  We finished the latest season of Manifest, we flew through season two of White Lotus, and we started the newest season of The Handmaid’s Tale.  We also watched a couple of Christmas movies like Christmas Vacation and Love Actually.


With the Kids:  We’re still working our way through Nailed It and The Santa Clauses, and we finished Lego Masters, and The Amazing Race.  We’ve also been watching some TV Christmas specials like the tree lighting in Rockfeller Center, Beauty and the Beast, and also some Christmas movies, like Serendipity and Home Alone.


Alone:  The Holiday and Serendipity on repeat.   


Currently Listening To

Christmas music, 90’s R&B, and the new Taylor Swift album.  I can’t quit any of those right now.

Happy Wednesday, y’all!