I hope your weekend was really good. I’m surprised I’m still standing upright, because I got a toooon of stuff done.
So for starters – if you’ve come to our house in the last year or so, I’ve sworn up and down that we were not getting any more pets. We have two cats, and a poodle that I love dearly, but of course, I could not keep my word. We inherited a sweet beagle named April, and we’re fostering her until we can find her a nice, sweet home to stay at. Prilla is a typical beagle, and unlike the poodle, who’s often off the leash, sniffing around the backyard, when you open the door, Prilla jets off. But we’re enjoying having her!
I got notice that my replacement Fitbit has shipped! If you’ll remember, I am a complete idiot, and mere weeks after getting my Fitbit, I was dancing, and looked down a few minutes later to discover that my new fun toy was missing. I spent the week on the phone with the company, who very graciously decided to send me another, since I’d already replaced it. All this, just in time for my next new toy…
Now to convince my husband that I need another gadget (I don’t)….
Speaking of that sweet man that I love, I was at the paper store to pick up some cards, and found this! How cute, right? It’s by a company called Emily McDowell, and the creativity that just oozes off her work is simply inspiring.
Which brings me to this!
My letterpress machine showed up! After deciding just after our wedding that I was obsessed with all things paper, I called around to some folks, one in particular in Asheville, who have antique letterpress businesses. One girl in particular, the very sweet Nicole, from Mink Letterpress, actually called me back and walked me through getting started with pressing beautiful paper. She told me about the Evolution Letterpress, and about a few local paper specialty shops that have workshops, so those are things that I’m really looking forward to in addition to the stationary conference in New York next Spring (if I can afford it 🙂 ).
The weather here is gorgeous, and I finally, finally feel like I can run without getting nauseous. Which comes just in TIME for my Ragnar in Vegas next month. In two weeks, I’m running 35 miles over the course of a weekend, along with 5 other girls. Eep!
How was your weekend?