Going on in April

Monday, May 4th, 2015

watching the buds turn into flowers and leaves. And learning about everything that’s already planted in our yard. I just picked purple tulips from the garden for a bouquet, and there are still many mystery flowers we’re waiting to see bloom. ripping up sod in preparation for our veggie gardens and our prairie grass/wildflower garden. […]

7 things: summer 2014 faves

Thursday, August 7th, 2014

What’s this? A new 7 things post? Who’d of thunk? But here I find myself, freshly on the other side of 30. New city. New baby. New blog. With all these new things in my life I thought I’d offer up a list of my tried-and-true summer faves for a little bit of balance. 1. […]

Seven Things: that I will do when I am done with grad school

Friday, December 14th, 2012

Friends, I finish grad school in 4 and a half days. No, I do not know what I will be doing next.  But aside from finding a job I will be doing the following: 1. Rereading Anna Karenina, and maybe Harry Potter. I’ve been reading a lot of crap lately, mixed in with reading for […]

My guide to young adult dystopian series

Monday, July 30th, 2012

Ok friends, as you may already know, I have a penchant for reading dystopian fiction. I’ve been gobbling them up this summer and thought I’d offer my guide to the hot new series in this genre. It seems that most of these books, similar to The Hunger Games, tend to bewritten for a young adult audience, […]

Seven Things: to do to pass the time while husby is on nights

Sunday, July 8th, 2012

Husby just started his third year of med school, which means he’s finally seeing real patients in the real hospital and getting to do real things (like holding legs during labor and delivery. Was that TMI? oops.) And all of this real gets to happen at night for the next week. Which means we won’t […]

Sunday, April 3rd, 2011

looking forward to the end of the semester so I can read my own books again

Seven Things: on my ‘To Read’ list

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

I’ve been a book worm since basically forever.  I remember one of the first books I learned how to read was Dr. Spocks Where Did I Come From (which probably speaks volumes about my parents and who I am today, but that’s a whole other topic).  I remember my dad reading The Jabberwocky and other […]