I’m not even going to go into the whole sickness thing again. You should know my home will be Lysol-ed and bleached and aired out to dry when we have a few consecutive days to do so. The end.
So what are you guys doing this weekend?! I’m so very excited about ours – we are going to the wedding of one of my dearest friends in the entire world. This woman is incredible, a loyal and encouraging and true friend. To know that she’s met a man she loves deeply makes my heart the happiest kind of happy, and I’m honored to be able to stand up next to her while she vows to love her husband forever. It’s going to be awesome!
Also, I’m almost the mom of a 4-year old. I can’t even handle that without sobbing right now, so I’m not focusing on it yet. But my baby is growing up and I’m so excited and sad at the same time!
I hope you guys have the best weekend ever, and enjoy these links below!
1. Freedom of expression in a Photoshop world. So eye-opening & humble. (Desiring God)
2. A baby ruined my body. So beautifully said and such a good reminder that whether we have kids or not our bodies are more than what we give them credit for. (Phylicia Delta)
3. 20 working from home tips to boost productivity. These are really solid, although doing it with 2 rambunctious boys is always a challenge. (Hubspot)
4. Ten things you can do today that you won’t regret tomorrow. Got this from Jessica, and as she said – all the yes! (Thought Catalog)
5. A lot of good reasons why we should all go barefoot more often. I actually try to keep us barefoot as much as possible, but I think we’ll do it a lot more this summer! (Washington Post)
6. So intrigued by this oatmeal latte – I can’t wait to try it! (How Sweet Eats)
7. This was such a beautiful homage to the process of waking babies up. It’s not always easy, but the vulnerable state they’re in is always so sweet. (For Every Mom)
8. I think I’ll be trying my hand at this beautiful DIY poster hanger after the weekend. (A Beautiful Mess)
9. Off-Menu in Paris – I’m hungry now! (Salt & Wind)
10. Some great practical tips for dealing with YouTube and Instagram with teens. We’re not there yet, but it’s good to know! (Monica Swanson)