Back to the joy

It’s been about 4 weeks since my last post of joyful things. So, here you go. These are some of the things that brought me joy this week:

This post about orange blossoms. I love them just as much.

Currently obsessing over this song by Hans Zimmer. He is so talented.

Our new couch and antique coffee table. Very beachy.

Um, these jello eggs for Easter look like so much fun!

Have you seen the baby sloth pic? It’s cute but freakish at the same time. hahahaha

The wedding kisses and gowns in this post.

My long run on the beach and phone chat with a friend.

Our new TV. Rob was like a little kid in a candy store when we took it to the check-out line at Costco.

Nienie Dialogues’ new book comes out this week!

Lucy now does a little hop when she’s about to eat. Sort of like this corgi, but not as cute. I do think she’s trimmed a little since being here. And while you’re at it, you should watch the corgi flop, too.

Also toying with the idea of making a Goldendoodle our next dog, after a basset that is.

My mom’s first blog comment. I’m so proud of her for being more adventurous on the web and looking at my blog each week.

My friend Olive has brought me lots of joy this week. Too much to say. She also introduced me to the Donavon Frankenreiter station on Pandora. Very beachy. (I think I’m saying ‘beachy’ too much, lol!)

Tacoma’s face, his ears, and his sprint to the waves.

Excited to try these carrot cake pancakes!

Locked the keys in the truck this week and I totally laughed at myself. I will never poke fun at Robby again for it. I think it’s his truck – it’s cursed to make you forgetful.

This quote. I think I’m like this most days.

My friend Jen was featured on Style Me Pretty! Kristin blogged about it, too.

These natural pet products for your Dog. Especially this tie which Mr. Gus will be receiving soon (once it comes back in-stock).

Urban Rebound @ Studio 831. Amazing work-out!

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