Another snowy day here on the prairie. Isn't is amazing how we can get used to the cold temperatures? The high is 10 degrees here today, but the sun in shining and it almost seems warm! Almost.
My goodness. Here it is the middle of February already. The days march on quickly.
Just a few things to share with you today.
#Apparently with lots of short, choppy sentences
#Where is my red pen
Have you heard this song yet? I can't get enough of it!
I like this one, too.
I'm adding both of these to my Holy Yoga playlist for the next couple of weeks. Can't wait to see the ladies yoga-it-up on "Move"!
The other day some friends and I went to a cute little store called Glamour Farms. They sell very reasonably priced cute clothes.
I found a really cute tunic top and was on the hunt for leggings to go with. They had some really cute patterned ones that I thought were age appropriate. I was shocked when I had to get a large and even more shocked that they didn't even come up to my waist. No matter how hard I tugged, they would only stretch to the about 3 inches below my naval. Yeeks!
Who wants to be tugging on leggings all day long? Not me! Those babies would have been down to my knees after an hour.
I came home and did a little looking on Nordstrom's website and found these by Zella. They were more expensive than most, and they aren't patterned, but they got rave reviews and I knew I could wear them for yoga too.
I love them, and I think you will too. They are warm and suck in shaky bits. So, if you are looking for leggings more suitable for someone who has a bum and a curve or two, you might want to give these a try.
Do you use essential oils?
I am way late to the party, I guess, because I am just now beginning to explore them. So far, I am in love with lavender and until last night when I woke-up at 4:00 (Jesus was calling, and I answered), I have slept like a baby whenever I used it.
What oils are your favorites?
I had to run to the John Deere store about 20 miles away from our farm to pick up Brad after he drove a tractor there to be repaired. On our way home, we took a road-less- traveled, and we were definitely rewarded.
If you look closely, there are 5 owls in this picture! I wish I had my good camera with me, but since I didn't, we tried to burn the image in our brains. We sat in the car with the window rolled down right by them for a long time, watching them turn their heads all around. Sometimes they were looking right at us. I tried to get them to "Whoo!" but they weren't interested.
I don't remember ever seeing an owl up close and personal. Seeing 5 at the same time, was a real gift, and I am so glad we took the long way home!