I never wrote much in February and March (who's surprised?) so I thought a good Thursday 13 would be to share a few random tidbits from those two months.
1. JJ Watt, need I say more? As often as football is on in our house during the season, I can't believe I'd never seen him before February! I may have to start paying more attention to this sport! (Just kidding, if I need to see Mr. Watt there's this wonderful thing called Google.)
2. A February girls' night with a delicious dinner - salad with homemade dressing, garlic bread and pasta - and this amazing almond cake for dessert. Seriously, my friends can cook and bake! We also played more Tenzi and I'll say it again: I HIGHLY recommend this game.
3. Mitch hosted a Super Bowl party in which he was the only one invited, just the way he wanted it.
And while Mitch watched the "big game," Crickett and I watched the PuppyBowl. For a few minutes anyway, until I was tired of listening to my silly little girl growling and barking at the television.
4. During one of my thrfiting lunch breaks in February, I stumbled upon this little guy. I could barely contain my excitement; he's so ridiculously cute and I love having him in my library!
5. I was introduced to a new game called Codenames. It is a lot of fun; I highly recommend this game as well.
7. The glorious time of year when Girl Scout cookies arrive. Yum, yum, yum!
12. Crickett's highlight of the month: One of her favorite toys had a bit of surgery done by Mitch and my mom (Mitch did the cutting open and removal of the broken sound ball, my mom added extra stuffing and did the stitching up) and now Mr. Raccoon is getting even more love and attention than he used to receive! So much cuteness!
13. I finally read The Necklace by Cheryl Jarvis (it's been on my list forever) and while I didn't particularly care for the book (not much substance paired with poor writing), there was a paragraph that I loved and thought described my feelings perfectly:
"She liked to document her life. Every trip, every family vacation, she was the one with the camera. It was a way of remembering the fun, prolonging the experience. And sharing the photos with people was like giving a gift."