Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Wednesday ~ Here, There, This & That

Really, folks, there's not much going on around here, other than normal, every day life. Unless my car making a weird noise qualifies as something worth blogging about. Which it doesn't. Or me setting a mouse trap for the first time (and getting my fingers snapped in the process). Which also doesn't. Or the many, many times I've checked airline ticket prices in hopes of finding something low enough that would let me go visit my two siblings who are at a camp that's had huge place in my life in the past. But nope, nothing low enough and I'm sure that's not worth posting about anyway.

So, happy Wednesday. Here's what mine looks like.


 Looking forward to starting this on my lunch break today, it looks to be a humorous read, even though the cover is less than gorgeous.

Breakfast.

{ dusty keyboard alert }

As you can see, very exciting. But I like slow days, so it's actually quite nice. Hope your day is lovely, too!

22 comments:

  1. Peanut butter and apples are my FAVE snack. Also, speaking of books, I am reading one of the books you recommened, in Broken Places and I love it!!!!!!!

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    1. And it's healthy, too, so even better! Oh yah! I'm so glad that you're liking it!! It's definitely one of my absolute favorites this year so far!

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  2. I like slow days too. =) Also, you are so adorable! Love that first picture!

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    1. Thanks, Emily! You are too kind. :)

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  3. Where did you get the top you are wearing in the first photo?

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  4. Doesn't sound like a bad day at all, Kellie. :) I am with you; I like simple, quiet days. Busy-ness and I don't get along.

    Happy reading!

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    1. I'm definitely trying to schedule in more quiet days lately! I'm going so far as to actually have on my calendar a "mandatory don't make plans" night. :)

      Off to lunch break and my book. :)

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  5. As adults, I think it's so important to learn how to love the ordinary days because that's most of what our lives are made up of. If we're not thankful for them than we're missing out on a huge part of our lives. Anyways, hope you have a grand ordinary day :)
    Andyou'resoprettyyupyouare.

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    1. Absolutely! And tonight is my newly instituted "mandatory don't make any plans" night. Can't wait for just a quiet evening at home. :)

      And thanks. *blush*

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  6. Love the random pictures. :)

    Iris♥

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  7. Slow days are lovely. Sometimes it's nice just to be able to sit back and relax and enjoy life.(:

    ~Vicki
    Decked Out in Ruffles

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    1. Definitely so, Vicki!! I've been missing the slow days. :)

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  8. Oh man, coming form someone who has snapped her fingers in a mouse trap (maybe more then once.....) I am truly sorry 'cause I know how much it hurts!!
    I love the anticipation of starting a new book! =)

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    1. Haha, oh yes, KatySue! I was thinking as I was struggling to set the trap (I had to watch a youtube video on how to do it, since the itty-bitty diagram didn't show the finer mechanisms of the trap) how it would be sorta funny if I caught myself in the trap...and then proceeded to do exactly that. Learning experience! :D

      Me, too! I have about four different books sitting on my bookshelves just waiting for me to read them! I finally finished this one book I was reading and was NOT liking but was obligated to finish it due to it being one of my review books, but I just finally finished it and now I can move on with reading. :)

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  9. I do love that you have lots of selfies...I wish I did more, but I.m not very good at it :/ I guess I am saving you guys! ;)

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    1. Oh whatever, girl! Just take 'em anyway. :)

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  10. slow days can be great! :)
    I need to look into that book on goodreads! :)
    And apples + peanut butter = golden!

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    1. You should, Amy! It's actually quite funny, interesting and so far, even though provoking. :)

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  11. Setting a mouse trap for the first time definitely qualifies as blogging material, at least in my book!

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    1. It might have been...if my two peanut-butter laden traps had actually caught anything other than my finger. ;)

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