Things I Heart Right Now

-I quadruple heart Janice Hardy's blog, so I know what you're thinking.  What took me so flippin' long to start reading the Healing Wars series?  I have a little secret for you.  I have an intentional bad habit of starting series late in the game.  Because I'm impatient.  And whiny.  And impatient.  Once I know how good a book is, I have a very hard time waiting for the sequels.
But do yourself a favor and go pick up this book.  Now.

-Anything by Amy's Organics.  The Pea was recently diagnosed with a peanut allergy, and we've known of his egg allergy for more than a year now.  Until you've had a child with a food allergy, you don't know how nice it is to be able to pick up a brand and not have to scour the back for evidence of egg and peanut/tree nut.  Plus, all their stuff is yummy.  Especially their bean burritos and mattar paneer.




-No one ruining HP7 part 1 for me with spoilers.  Hubbykins was out of town last week, so we decided we'll see it over Thanksgiving when my parents can watch the Pea.  Free babysitting probably deserves its own "heart" category.

-Hrmmm...okay, this is a tough one.  I want to put this in the heart category: snuggling on the couch last night with Hubbykins.  But we were watching Star Trek V: The Final Craptier, which should land it in the "not heart" category.  Please don't send me any "How can you be anti-Star Trek?" hate comments.  I love Star Trek.  As a whole, it deserves its own heart category.  But this movie stinks.  But there was much amiable snarking, which was fun.  So I'm going to stick with hearting it.

-White Fudge-Covered Oreos.
It will make my heart cry if I find out you've never had these.

-The overwhelming sense of thankfulness I feel for every breath given me, for every moment with Hubbykins and the Pea, for every word I've been able to write.  God has blessed me more than I can fathom.  I'm so glad I have an entire day to celebrate it!  And eat turkey.  And white fudge-covered Oreos.


3 comments:

  1. OMG, I am so with you on the starting a series late thing. It is so nice to finish a book and not have to WAIT for the next one!

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  2. I loved The Shifter, especially the beginning. I read it on her agent's blog and had to pick the book and finish it. Usually I wait until the series is about finished too. Has the next one come out. Okay, okay, I'm checking out the author's blog. I don't think I even knew she had a blog.

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  3. I loved THE SHIFTER too. And Janice's blog is awesome.

    I'm trying to picture what your heart might look like when it cries because I've never had those Oreos... ;D

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