Friday, February 11, 2011

My Favorite Things

...Well, for today anyway. Sometimes these things change rapidly. I'm totally copying Carmen. You can go read hers but be sure to come back! Validation is my friend.

  • Dawn dishwashing soap. Why, oh why do I ever try the cheaper stuff? This is one product that is worth it's brand ranking...and then some.

  • The private group feature on Facebook. Although it may just kill commenting on blogs for good.
  • Red, red wine.
  • Enough food in the fridge and freezer to have dinners for several days with nary a trip to the grocery store.
  • New recipes that are a hit.
  • Freshly washed sheets and a well-made bed.
  • A single baseball team commitment for our family. Yes, both boys are on the same team! #SchedulingWin
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  • Southern Californa is in for another bout of winter next week. I know you're over winter but I'll take it when I can get it.
  • Fresh pink and yellow tulips.
  • The purple streaks in my hair.
  • Less dirty laundry than clean, folded, ready-to-be-put-away laundry. 
  • Being able to give the testosterone-filled members of my family a trip to see Monster Jam, courtesy of being a blogger. thankyouverymuch. I get a tweet-up with another IEF blogger out of the deal, so it's all good. Oh, and maybe a really good beer, too.
There you go, a few of my favorite things. What are your favorite things this week? Tell me here, or make your own list and let me know so I don't miss it! (Hey Carmen! I think you just started a meme.)
Headless Mom 


The Mrs said...

Oh, freshly washed sheets and a well-made bed! How I love thee.

My husband cannot fathom my deep love of clean sheets. Or why, if the laundry lasts into the evening, I have the deep, unshakable compulsion to make the bed nicely before crawling into it.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

I agree, fresh sheets are the best.
Have fun at the Monster Jam!

Ann W said...

Someone else bringing me a hot cup of strong,black coffee, NOT having to cook dinner, early morning walk with the dog and NO ONE ELSE, reading a great book, Klondike bars, lemon-lime seltzer water, a really, really cold beer, and having the freedom to home school my kids.

Anna See said...

These are great! Rejoicing with you about the both kids on the same team coup! Wooohoooo!

I love a bed that someone else has made. And chicken someone else has cooked.