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November 15, 2012

5 Things to be Happy About

1. I found myself in a rose garden earlier this week and was marveling at how beautiful they truly are. What a creation by God!

2. I've always spent a lot of time around children from being a teacher to babysitting on the weekends. As a result, my eyes are always peeled for fun kid gifts. I stumbled across this crayons yesterday and fell in love with them. There colors are so bright and bold!

3. It's finally starting to feel more fall/wintery around here, which sadly I dislike. The other day it was cold and rainy and I was secretly wishing I could stay in my pjs all day long. But alas, I had errands to run so I popped on my happy rainboots and it seemed to make the day a little less dreary.

4. I found these amazing gold shoes at Target. They are both fancy and comfy all in one which is my favorite kind of shoe!

4. Fleece-lined leggings. You need them, trust me! They are so so so amazing. $9.99 at Bed, Bath, and Beyond.

6. This is what my heart looks like. Nothing makes me happier than sending some little notes of encouragement, and occasionally I like to throw in a gift or two!


  1. I want those leggings, crayons and shoes. :)

  2. This makes me happy! Especially the rose. Gorgeous! But truly, all of it, I love!!

  3. Super cute crayons! What brand are they? My little sisters would die over them.

  4. Loved your gold shoes, super cute! Don't you love Target? I sure do. :-)

  5. Fleece-lined leggings?! I will be checking them out. And the Target shoes are adorable.

  6. Love the crayons and boots especially!!

  7. Those Target shoes are sooo cute! I may need to pop in and grab some of those!

  8. Those crayons are so cute! I need some now. :)
    Oh, and your boots? Perfect for brightening up rainy days.

  9. I love all these! I just bought a pair of fleece lined leggings and have just used them once.... but I know they'll be the best things ever pretty soon! Love the sparkly flats... and that you randomly send handwritten notes! It's a dying art form, sadly. Maybe I'll send a note today!