Thinking…that it’s crazy that I haven’t had a cold in over a year. When I was working in an office, it felt like me and my officemates were passing around illness after illness all year-long. I couldn’t go a month without getting the sniffles. But now? I can’t even remember the last time I saw a person with a cold. I love it. Not being cooped up in an office all week with 30 other people does a body good. *fiercely knocks on wood*
Feeling…guilty that I’ve been slacking off on the Super Summer Challenge so much. I haven’t tracked points in weeks. But I’m back on track now!
Watching…the West Wing (still) and Heartland. Loving Heartland. It’s a Canadian show about a horse ranch in Alberta. It’s pretty fluffy and cheesy, but it’s highly entertaining and the scenery is beautiful. I want to go to there. It’s the perfect show to watch while working.
Reading…the tail end of Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns) by Mindy Kalling. It’s a pretty entertaining read. I love me some Ms. Mindy. Next, I’m starting up Wildwood by Colin Meloy (yes, that Colin Meloy). I love me some Mr. Meloy.
Excited…about the melons growing in our garden. I’m going to be so sad if the raccoons scale our fence and start nomming on them. I can’t wait to eat our first cantaloupe!
Missing…boots, scarves, sweaters, pumpkin pies, bonfires, changing leaves and chai lattes. We’ve had a few fall-like days lately and it’s got me jonesin’ for my favorite season.
Wondering…if it’s possible to actually “make it” as a small farmer now-a-days.
Working…on a lot. Next week, my cookbook manuscript is due. As is the launch of a big website I’m working on for a client. As are a few other smaller projects that are floating around out there. I’m pretty much going to sleep through all of August.
Stressed…about the above. Obviously.
Proud…that we harvested over 100 pounds of food last week. That’s feels like such huge amount!
Wanting…a vacation. #brokenrecord
Wishing…there was a remote for life. I want to fast forward through the times that are rough and slow down during the times that aren’t, that way it’d balance out to the same amount of time overall. Although, admittedly, I guess if you don’t have to suffer through the bad, it’d be hard to recognize when something was good.
Eating…my weight in tomatoes and cucumbers and a lot of cookbook leftovers.
Drinking…a lot of sun tea with mint. I love sun tea.
Loving…my marriage. Yes, I love my husband (a lot!) but I think I love our relationship even more than I love him individually. Our whole is so much more than the sum of our parts. We make a good team. </mushiness>