Sunday Summary - Life in a Flurry Edition
By Laurel Regan on February 03, 2013
Happy February! At the risk of sounding trite, I seriously can't believe we're already into the second month of 2013. Life is certainly flying by!
Well, it's flying by for me, anyway, in a flurry of Italian classes, work, web design and blog writing, dinner out, and bowling. (Yes, I did say bowling - my first time doing so in years! I'm not going to tell you my final score, but it was distinctly UNimpressive. I had a ton of fun, though!)
Time isn't flying by quite so speedily for Peter, unfortunately. He is bored, frustrated, and restless - largely because he's starting to feel better and raring to go, yet feels like there's no end in sight to this whole using a walker business. Poor guy. :(
In Case You Missed It
You missed nothing. Nothing, I say!
Random Delights & Inspiration
Found in my travels...
- Conner and Cayden Long: SportsKids of the Year - pretty much guaranteed to make you cry. But in a good way.
- Skinnytaste and Chocolate-Covered Katie - The Healthy Dessert Blog - who says healthy eating has to be boring?!
- "No Asians" - not what you might expect, I promise. Please watch it all the way to the end!
Photo A Day Challenge
This past month I participated in the January photo a day challenge, and am now carrying on with the February challenge. I'm sharing my photos daily on Instagram, Twitter, and Flickr, and weekly here on Alphabet Salad. (Clicking on any of the photos below will take you to my Flickr account.)
January 28, 2013
January 29, 2013
January 30, 2013
January 31, 2013
February 1, 2013
February 2, 2013
February 3, 2013
Something beginning with 'E'
Now, what's happening in YOUR world?
~ Dawn @ Alphabet Salad
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