Saturday, after Skye & Lindsey had spent the morning helping me carry boxes and unpack books, we gathered together and ate Cadbury Creme eggs and watched Looper.
It was lovely.
Then, on Sunday, blue paint and I met once more.
This was by my mom’s doing – if you’ve been following along my home glimpses on Best of Fates’s Facebook page you might have seen that I’ve grown accustomed to the lack of cabinet doors, especially given that putting the doors on would require actual work.
Then my mom came over and did the work.
It was lovely.
I’ve cheated with a celebrity autobiography here and a list of famous fictional characters there, but have steadfastly remained committed to reading all of Hercule Poirot’s novels.
I’m about halfway through and am already a little bit dreading the end.
What will I do without Hercule in my life?
(Sure, I could switch to Miss Marple, but it just wouldn’t be the same.)
(Poirot & Me, we’ve got a thing going on.)
Skye surprised me last week with this scrapbook page of my Grandma & me.
Isn’t she lovely?
Skye also recently brought around Snooki.
Snooki is her boyfriend’s dog and she is the sweetest thing you’ve ever seen.
Skye got to spend a week with Snooki while Justin was out of town and I took quite the advantage of Snooki’s availability.
Though we never got around to the music video we’ve been trying to convince Justin to let us film her in.
(It would have been lovely.)
After a year of watching me fumble and become terribly far behind and accidentally stamp my table, Skye has seen the light and decided to attempt Project Life with me this year.
We are, as you would guess, already behind.
(I know, right?)
But we have grand plans to catch up.
Which, if we do, will be lovely.
And, if we don’t, at least you’ll have all seen it coming.
After getting this fortune cookie and its hilariously incorrect fortune, I’m starting to doubt the legitimacy of the dessert future prediction system.
Though I wouldn’t completely rule it out until I gave a brownie a good hour with a crystal ball and some tarot cards.
What’s making you happy right now?
MeganIf There Were More Cadbury Creme Eggs, The World Would Be A Happier Place