A few Sundays ago, we were at St. Michael's when Matthew Pridgen gave a snippet of his testimony. Immediately after the service I came home and download his book off of Amazon, From Folly, chronicling the true story of his survival in the ocean following a failed suicide attempt. I sat on the couch that evening for four hours and knocked out the whole thing. It is an amazing story.
I feel like a very big girl in the kitchen following my splurge on Truffle Oil. I think I stood in the aisle of the grocery store for five minutes debating whether or not to buy it, but the $4.00 off sale won me over in the end. Now, what do I do with it!??
If you can't tell by the above two photos, I cannot get enough of OPI "You Don't Know Jacques."
I cleaned out my couponing binder earlier this week and threw out the expired ones. Seriously I felt like I felt like just threw away time when I was doing this. I have a love/ hate relationship with couponing- I love the savings, but hate the amount of time that has to go into it. I don't care about missing the deal by not using the coupons, I'm just mad I spent so much time clipping them only to chuck them.
Can you spot how many things are wrong with the picture below? This is my kitchen after a palmetto bug pursuit this evening. The cabinets are open, cutting boards fallen over, pictures broken, appliances out of place, but the bug- dead, thankfully- with my husband's shoes! You better believe I screamed like a little girl for ten minutes while this was unfolding and I was home alone.
I'm reveling in the last week at home before several weeks of travel. I can't wait to share my "What's Cooking" this week! There have been some fun surprises and delicious meals.