I didn’t know I needed this Apple Watch until John gave it to me for my birthday. You can talk into your wrist like you’re a spy. It vibrates when your driving and need to turn. It’s totally unnecessary. It’s the future. And I feel super cool.
My aunt and her twin sister are incredible fiber artists in Bend, Oregon. (They designed the artwork for the Deschutes Brewery Jubelale label last year). I’m about as far from an art expert as you can get, but I love the depth, creativity and content of their pieces. John got me this one for my birthday (it was obviously a big birthday). It’s the essence of central Oregon and it makes me miss my family and the mountains.
This next week is going to be crazy. The baby’s school closes at noon tomorrow, and all bets are off until lunchtime next Wednesday. I think I have enough babysitters and John is taking enough leave to make it through. But, I just keep thinking, how are we paying SO much for day care and still having to pay MORE for her teachers to watch her when they’re closed?!
Dry shampoo has made me incredibly lazy. I love this one. Mostly because it’s not an aerosol can, it’s a puffer bottle. It gives your roots a ton of volume.
The Charleston airport now has organic snacks! I was so excited, I bought them all, and tweeted at the Food Babe (who favorited my tweet!). Huge day.
The baby stole my phone off the couch today, called her dad and put on Macklemore. Clearly she has no idea what she’s doing, but I was impressed by her taste in music.