These flowers I picked up last weekend at Trader Joe's for $3.99. Seriously. And there were four roses in the bunch!
Individual Sabra Hummus cups. They were $5.99 for a 16 pack at Costco, which turns out to be about $0.38 per cup and make for perfect serving sizes to go in the manfriend's lunches (with carrots) or for post work snacks.
Sending a handwritten note with a matching red stamp. You forget how nice it is to send or receive a piece of physical mail until you receive one yourself. There's just something about seeing your own address handwritten by a friend or family member that is so nice. And a cute notecard doesn't hurt either.
These Kind bars. They are super tasty, low in sugar and are a great portable snack when you're going from one thing to the next.
These oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. In search of something sweet, I modified this recipe (adding raisins and a little p.b.) last weekend to meet my fix.
This guy for his hard work (in the rain) on our front and back yard. Moss, be gone!
The many gorgeous sunrises and sunsets I've witnessed when I'm driving to and from Corvallis for class.
And finally, these itty bitty stripes I purchased for Baby Moe.
Because we don't know the sex of the baby, I really hadn't purchased any clothes (other than some onesies for our announcement shoot) and a few second hand sleepers. But I couldn't resist the other day when our Fred Meyer (AKA Krogers) had Carter's clothes 50 percent off. Plus, I'm a sucker for stripes.
This is about the most comfortable outfit I've managed to pull together lately. I went out to run a few errands and study for finals at a coffee shop and this did the trick. So glad these maternity leggings are still going strong!
Chambray shirt: Madewell, t-shirt + leggings: Gap maternity, shoes: Converse
What's putting an extra pep in your step this week? Any special plans for the weekend? Happy Friday, all!
Tomorrow, some of my high school girlfriends are having a baby shower for me and Baby Moe in Portland. I'm looking forward to catching up with friends and family and enjoying some good food.