I have been hit with crazy allergies this week. Ever since I got back from Virginia, I’ve had a sore throat, aching ears, sinuses draining, and fits of sneezing. Mostly the sneezing fits come when I’m carrying a cup of coffee. Yup. It also makes it hard to sleep when I’m exhausted yet I can’t stop the coughing and the draining. Thanks for that, body.
But despite the allergies, I’ve manged to blog every day with Katy and Meghan for Blogger, May I. I’m so proud we made it! This is the last day that I’ll be a semi-cohost with those two and Nicole for Sunday Lately.
Preparing for a yard sale. It’s been years since I participated in a yard sale. It wasn’t even hosted at my house, it was at my uncle’s house. I’m woefully unprepared for this.
The peony flowers in my yard. I love the way they look and how they smell so wonderful in my house. The only downfall of fresh peonies in the house are fresh ants in the house. It’s kind of annoying. But, I’ll gladly take some ants if I means I’m surrounded with beautiful, fresh flowers. I’m sure there’s an adage in there somewhere.
Because I have fresh peonies, I took some new shots to use for desk photos here and maybe an image on a home page. I’m excited at the prospect of seeing where I can go with this little blog of mine. I’ve been energized by photos of flowers, which I want to share more of here, and late-night wine, and early mornings waking up gently and getting some things done. The late nights and early mornings don’t happen back-to-back.
Taylor Swift songs. One of the companies that I do social media posting for is going a TSwizzle concert ticket giveaway. In the posts, I’ve been trying to get punny with song titles. And after I write it, I get the song stuck in my head. Guess I’m just gonna have to shake it off.
To be busy in June. There’s the yard sale all next weekend. I want to keep going writing a post per day in a continuation of Blogger, May I – I want to call it #GoBlogGo, but we’ll have to see what the group decides on! And I’m also going to be participating in Emily Levenson’s Project:Food Budget. And like I said, I want to share garden updates and photos of the progress there.
What have you been up to lately?