“I spy with my little eye, something that begins with s“
“I spy with my little eye, something that begins with m“
“I spy with my little eye, something that begins with e“
Even more snow. And that’s when I shot him, your honor.
[adapted from an episode of Babylon 5…yea that just happened]
My dad has been thwarted from far too many basketball games this season because of all of our crazy winter weather. Finally he and Lucas made it up for a game 🙂 Lucas even let me go (though we lost) while he and Brett hung out with some of our friends 🙂
So one of the blogs that I follow has some great make up advice. Everyone once in a while though, after reading one of their posts, I think to myself….is that too much _____? 🙂 Here is a post from last week of the beauty department. What do you think? Too much gold?
Our third biopsy-versary has come! 🙂 February 14 will always be an interesting day…but it is much more than Valentine’s Day in our household. We talked in depth about our first biopsy-versary last year. You can find that post here. The phrase biopsy-versary was taken from an xkcd comic that we have shared before. 🙂
This year for Valentine’s Day Brett and I went to a Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors concert in Evanston, IL. We saw them almost exactly 3 years ago in the same venue. That evening three years ago was hard…we had just found out my diagnosis but hadn’t done any of the staging yet. (This means that we knew that I had cancer but we didn’t know how far along it was or what my treatments/prospects were). There is a song of theirs called Live Forever. These lyrics made me feel so scared and uncertain about what would come next for us…
This year the concert was great 🙂 Instead of the entire band, the evening was spent with just Drew and Ellie Holcomb…unplugged and totally awesome 🙂 Drew and Ellie even played our song 🙂 Do you remember it from our wedding?
I’m making progress on the quilt 🙂 It is kind of nice to be at a stage in the project where I don’t have to check my instructions over and over…sewing the rectangles together into columns and then sewing the columns together is fairly straight forward 🙂 I love how this project is coming together though. The different patterns are so fun and the way the colors from each color blend together is pretty neat. I’m really looking forward to sharing my updates as the project progresses! For my post on the first update see here 🙂