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checking: a few things off of our summer bucket list. we’re coming for you, provo river and outdoor yoga and drive-in movies!
cooking: flautas. from costco. in the microwave. every night for the past week.
reading: z, a novel of ella fitzgerald. it’s similar to the paris wife, in that it chronicles the life of a famous writer’s wife. it’s impeccably written.
listening to: the parent trap sound track.
missing: my sister missionaries. having them both gone is haaaaard, you guys. i still pick up the phone to call them or accidentally send them snapchats sometimes. then i think, oh. and i get a little misty eyed.
looking forward to: friday night—our big plans involve in n out, watching movies, & falling asleep early. married life, am i right?
needing: to unpack my bag from last weekend. but i don’t have to pack one for 2 whole weekends! i am so pleased about attending my own ward and sleeping in my own bed and going on dates with my freakin cute husband.
watching: million dollar arm. we saw it again & it was just as good as the first time J
excited about: the food we are going to eat while in nyc. but really, i think about it every day. pastries, bagels, pizza, ice cream, oh and shake shack every day, because duh.
needing: more sleep! what else is new. why do i always think “i’m having fun, it’ll be fine. i’ll just drink caffeine tomorrow!” ugh. i could strangle myself.
smelling: my anthro candle that i finally broke down & purchased last month. #worthit
excited: about taping a little segment for ksl tomorrow morning.
wearing: nail polish for the first time in months.
experiencing: a lot of pain in my crotch. tmi? my downstairs parts were not prepared for that 20 mile bike ride last night. however, bike riding at night is bliss, a thousand times bliss!
thinking: about a conference talk i listened to on the way home from boise—“love, the essence of the gospel.” thinking about ways to better center my life around love.
feeling: super grateful for the family i have. feeling hopeful. feeling excited.
loving: my life in this moment.