Can we just all sit back and enjoy for a moment that fact that it is Friday. It’s okay I’ll wait. Done. Okay. This weekend will be a busy one for me but I am still looking forward to it.
One. I am excited to be heading over the apartment of Kate from Another Clean Slate this Saturday for her SIP Happens party. Basically a reason to drink a few different brands of wine picked solely for their labels. The best part is I get to finally meet Kate and also Jodi from Jodi Bean’s Blog.
Two. It’s virtual mug time!
Jessica from Wifesicated has a full house of animals, and I am not talking about the 3 boys in the house! Girl has 6 dogs, 5 cats, plus a few other animals. She is also starting a 90 Day Bikini Challenge so check her out!
Danae from Duh Danae looks like a badass but she has a heart of gold. She reconnected with her man after 10 years apart and he put a ring on it and they are now celebrating wedded bliss. She is a connoisseur of Vodka and every month shares a new brand to try out.
Three. I am reading this book right now and 3/4 of the way through. It is a wild goose chase of who done it, with a love connection thrown in the mix.
From Goodreads: He took her life, but left her alive.
Three years ago, reporter Kate Johnson was the first victim—and only survivor—of the Broadcast Butcher. Scarred both physically and psychologically by the brutal serial killer, Kate lives life on the run, knowing that one day, he will find her and finish what he started.
In the pursuit of justice, you sometimes have to step outside the law.
Agent Hayden Reed spends his life chasing monsters. The only way to stay sane is to detach, but the second the Broadcast Butcher case crosses his desk, Hayden knows this is the case that might just cost him his soul. To catch this vicious murderer before he strikes again, Hayden must find Kate and earn her trust. For it’s her darkest secrets that hold the key to stopping this madman once and for all . .
Four. The Awesome Note App is really helping me get organized. It costs $3.99 but totally worth it. The one negative to this app is it does not copy to other devices like other apps do. So if you purchase it on your phone you would have to buy a second copy for your iPad etc. What I love about this is you can have multiple folders and lists within those folders. You can easily transfer items from folder to folder. I set it up to manage my daily to-do lists, weekly to-do, and monthly or soon (things I may need to research or save money for before I can do it) then I have my grocery/shopping lists, and goals lists. *Disregard the Goal Folder I updated it before I saved the image.
Five. A little funny to round out the list. Jim Gaffigan explains why Southerners are so slow. Biscuits with Gravy and Chicken & Waffles might be involved.
What do you have planned for this weekend?