currently link up | holy cow

Currently is a weekly link-up hosted by  Randalin of Harvesting Kale and I am super happy to be co-hosting the series with her. I hope that you can participate by writing your own Currently post (using the provided themes or your own) and please join us by linking up. This week, around these parts, we have been...

Feeling a bit less overwhelmed, finally! Still overwhelmed though. ::clacks imaginary castanets::

Imagining that Easter is going to be a quiet, sweet little holiday this weekend and I can't wait. We are dying eggs tomorrow. Visiting Katherine for a picnic and egg hunt Saturday. And maybe just discovering Easter baskets and having a nice picnic outside in our yard on Sunday.

Considering deviled eggs. How I love them so!

Listening to the Keurig brewing for all the coffee I've been guzzling lately. Water running for a handful of baths I've been able to take now that Etta is laying down peacefully at night in the evenings -- her molars seem to have stopped giving her hell, at least for the past few days. I've been reading Raymond Chandler in the bath and it's been a serious dream come true. I realized last night, though, when I entered the dark bathroom and noticed through the window that our neighbors were having a firepit cocktail hour in their backyard, that I could see them super clearly through our bathroom curtains, right down to their fingernail polish, so it seems that in reverse we've been giving them a real peepshow! During daylight hours you can't see a thing through the lace and trees between our houses, but I'm thinking that if they were in the dark and looked into our lighted bathroom they could totally see our bathroom business. Scandal! Temporary opaque curtains were thrown up immediately. I will be no one's "the naked guy" hmmph. 

Moving and shaking things UP! around this blog. Well there are a few fun things coming up soon  that I am pretty excited about including a discount code, giveaway, and some adorable pictures of Otto and Etta playing with custom, handmade dolls by my amazing, creative, and crafty as hell mama friend Kat of the Etsy shop From My Hand to Your Art. I am also starting a once-a-month project-based blog series on the 1st and hopefully every 1st thereafter where I tackle one project at my house with a goal and a budget. I'm excited about this because I'm hoping it motivates me to get some of the things on my to-do list done! And also my house will stop looking like such a train wreck maybe? A lady can hope.

That was this week. Here are next week's themes:
drinking, buying, driving, missing, obsessing


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