Thursday, July 3, 2014

I want to be this little guy...


found via (go there for even more fun)

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Laughs for Tuesday

This is what I'm posting today because this all makes me a whole lot of happy and thinking about how I'm failing to post all the Colorado events stresses me out for some reason. Maybe I'm past the point of sharing in detail and Instagram is as good as it's going to get? It's not. I still want to do this for remembering purposes (my poor failing brain really hangs onto nothing past a few months) but anyway, here are some laughs to get you through your Tuesday:

Dr Who reference? Yes. All day.


I just really like this dog, luckily I haven't had too many problems needing solving. 
Offers of glasses of water unasked makes me smile like this though. 

California Rollin. Every time.

Yep, that's all. See you next week with Colorado. Maybe. Hopefully.

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Here comes the Sun!

Most of you that know me know that I'm a sucker for sunscreen. I will apply is every two hours for the rest of my life, rain or shine as long as I'm outside. I haven't taken it to that level where you even wear it indoors. But that's just me. If you want to join me, these are my new and old recommendations:

Tried and True: Lance may not be high on my list of favorite people but I'm loving their health and beauty products. Especially this guy (buy it here).

New: I'm liking everything that the Honest Company is putting out there so far. Though I haven't tried this yet, I checked it out on my trusty guide to chemicals and all things beauty-ingredients and looks good to go! Get it here.

If you already have a sunscreen you love, head on over to this site to check on it's hazard rating and see what its ingredients might be subjecting you to. And then, go get in that sunshine, honestly, we don't get enough of it around here!

Thursday, May 8, 2014

It's been awhile...

Seville, Spain

Just the other day I found this tiny gif I made after our trip to Spain. This is the Plaza de Espana in Seville. I loved that reflection on the underside of the bridge and wanted to try and show the dancing beauty of it on this's a sad representation but it's all I got.

I stopped in today to gear myself up for a return with pictures from our weekend jaunt to Colorado. I loved it there. Here's hoping you will love looking at the pictures! Posts to come in the near future!

Monday, March 17, 2014

Happy Birthday Mom!

Happy Birthday to my Mom! She's a 100% Italian St. Patrick's Day baby and we celebrated 
with Corned Beef, Reubens and German Chocol- wait a second... Anyway, it was delicious.

It was a beautiful day for it. Ruby certainly thought so.

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Back to Winter

That about sums it up.

We truly had a pretty great snowday yesterday. I'll share soon.

Illustration by Sarah Lazarovic found via

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Running in Providence, Rhode Island (USA!)

Our trip to Providence started off with a night cap at a local teeny bar with a very elegant flair. But more on that later. The next morning, bright and early, I set off for a solo run through the streets of Providence.

The streets were almost clear which was such a break from the endless winter we've been experiencing up here in Western New York. I loved the little details of Matt's neighborhood and then the quick change after crossing the highway to the grand scale of a skyscraper city.

Another major change to the more historic part of town after a trip across the river. I loved these streets. 

I showed this picture to Chris after my run and almost had him fooled until he saw the poorly chosen colored word of Cocoa. Mmmm Belgian hot cocoa. I keep finding little things I miss from Europe and one that definitely keeps popping into my head is the fact that I could order a hot chocolate with whipped cream anywhere. Literally every country, every city, every lunch, every dinner, and every bar...I could always order my hot chocolate and never get a weird look in response. I miss those days.


When I wake up in the morning earlier than the rest of my little corner of the world (Chris) it's usually really hard to get out the door and run. Last week was especially hard for my Sunday morning long run when it was still below 30* and the sun hadn't come up because my body still felt like it was 5:30 instead of the daylight savings 6:30 that it was... Side note: the comradery of the 6am runners is especially present on daylight savings "spring-ahead" day. I cherished each wave and head nod that I got. When the sun is shining on a day like this one makes it a little bit easier to win the battle of wills that goes on in my brain at the start of every morning run. 

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