I was in a panic when our friends asked Shane for a list of what I wanted for my birthday in October. Sure, there are always things I want, but I don’t ever remember them off the top of my head. I finally made myself stop and write out a short, budget-friendly list of things I would genuinely like to receive. I’ve modified it a little for my Christmas list, but here’s my Christmas wish list for 2018. Continue reading “My Christmas Wish List”
My favorites list for May is relatively short, but there are some things I feel strongly about. I didn’t include some items I tried over the past week or so because I want to give myself a chance to really try them out before I decide whether or not they’re a true favorite (because you know I like to do a yearly favorites roundup in December/January). That means everything on this list has been something I’ve enjoyed over the past month.
Oh, March, you confused month of freezing cold and heat. It’s been as low as 32°F and as high as 84°F and that doesn’t include wind chill or heat index (each of which got down to the 20s and up to the 90s, respectively). That doesn’t mean I haven’t don’t have a nice handful of new favorites, though! So many (okay, only seven) that I can make March it’s own list instead of combining it with another month! What?! I know. It’s crazy.
Anyway, here they are, y’all. Here are my favorites of March 2018. Continue reading “March Favorites”
I will be honest with you: my interest in rosé came out of my love for the color pink and promises of a semi-sweet wine with hints of berry flavors. I’m not much of a wine drinker, but I do love a good cider, so when I saw that cider companies were putting out rosé ciders, I knew I had to try it. Continue reading “Partners in Wine: Rosé All Day”