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!
So, girls, do you have anything to share with me?