I sent you (very late) wedding gift cards via email from Macy's. Will you both please confirm that you received it? There was a little back and forth and confusion between me and Macy's so I just want to be sure.
Got it! You're TOO kind!
Okay, phew! Sorry, I wasn't emailing you to be like, "Jessi, thank me!" not that I wouldn't send such an email because I absolutely would but this specifically was not THAT email. Now please update your blog. =) ______________________________
My estimated thank you note return time is 14 months, based on my current pace
But now it's lovely and the puppies don't tromp though the garage and pee all over the place (when they're not peeing in the kitchen that is) Today, there will be a little deck/ step off the back. Are you excited? I know Birdie is!!
I used to be good at math. I used to get good grades and like, a good SAT score. I'm pretty fast with arithmetic (which, for you under twentys, is an old timey word for adding, multiplying, and the like). But I can't seem to stick to a budget.
My multitude of obsessions/ interests does not help. At any given time, I absolutely MUST purchase one or more items to satisfy my urge to: -cook something tasty -drink something bubbly -make something from purlbee.com or younghouselove.com or dana-made-it or ... You get the idea. -purchase something for our upcoming trip to new york. Like a coat. And sweaters. Tights. Legally Blonde tickets.
Did I mention we want to remodel the kitchen and buy a Honda element??? Gahhhhh
i am under thirty, and over stimulated, over (under?) medicated, over worked, under caffeinated, over connected, over accessorized, over made-up, over impressed with myself, and over dressed. when i grow up, i want to be a farmer, a crafter, a chef, a mommy, a house cleaner (specializing in steam mopping), a radio reporter, a barista, a baker and an aesthetician.