TGIF everyone! It has been such a long week this week, so I’m really happy to finally reach the end of this week. This weekend is going to be a little on the busy side, but that’s okay. We have a ton of family stuff planned, as well as my fiancé’s mom’s birthday on Sunday. But, before we get into the weekend fun, let’s take a moment to share some of my favorites of the week, shall we?
Miranda Frye Mackenzie Necklace: I have had many snake chain pieces that have come and gone from my jewelry collection over the years. However, this one is my forever favorite. The reason why? It is adjustable, so I can make it fit the way that I want to. One of the problems that I have with snake chains is that if I want it to lay like a choker, than it would be too tight, and the next size up would be too long to layer with. This one? No problems whatsoever. I have layered this with another necklace from Miranda Frye, and I am obsessed.
Funny You Should Ask by Elissa Sussman: If you liked Daisy Jones and the Six or the Unraveling of Cassidy Holmes, than you’ll love this one. This is about a journalist who interviews a celebrity that later becomes to be her breakout piece, and is told in the present day and ten years in the past. I am obsessed with this, and can not put it down.
Leslie Sansone Walking Videos/App: Of course, there is a fitness app for just about everything. Recently, I wanted to do some light cardio, so I went through my mother in law to be’s workout DVDs, and found one by Leslie Sansone. Let me tell you that I enjoyed myself so much that I downloaded a few to do on my iPad and recently downloaded the Walk App to access workouts for $6.99. I’ll still do Jazzercise, but this has been so much fun to explore them.
Dragonfly In Amber by Diana Gabaldon: This is my current, ambitious read, coming in at over 900 pages on my Nook. I started it earlier this week, as I wanted to continue the Outlander series before too much time has passed since reading the first one. And, so far, I’m really enjoying the read. I won’t give too much away, but I am so happy I’m back in this series. A goal that I have for this year is to read the first four books in this series, and I can say that I am successfully reaching that goal.