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Midweek Randomness, take 47

Somehow it has been over a month since I’ve shared my weekly random babble. How in the world? And what…its mid-April already? Ay-ye-ye! I know for those in the Midwest (like my fam) and other chilly parts of the country, winter is draaaaaaging on, but for me it has flown by just like that! The last few months have been filled with weddings, traveling, spring portraits, kitchen remodeling, and lots of visitors. Its been crazy, its been amazing, but I find myself looking forward to less travel, a quiet office, cooking in my kitchen, and hot summer days…aaaah yes. I’m sure I’ll be hating summer in…a couple weeks!

Lately I have been getting lots of people asking when I’m going to FINALLY share pictures of the completed kitchen remodel. I promise, it will be very soon! I have been working on the finishing touches before I took the final and official “after” pictures. This week I’m checking off the last task of hemming and hanging the curtains for the window. We’ll see how my sewing skills fair and if I can actually get this one done on my own.

Did you know my sister got married?? She did, and I was super thrilled to capture the day for her in our hometown in Wisconsin. It was a beautiful day, it was a day filled with lots of love, so much happy, it was a bit unconventional, but it was SO my hippie sister ♥ Love her and my new bro-in-law!

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Oh yes I did: stayed up until 1am sewing my brother’s Boy Scout patches. I must befriend a good thimble for next time. Ooooowww, my fingers!!!
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Currently: reading Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion. You know I love those teenage zombie/vampire/monster love stories. I can’t resist! Just started it and love that I’ll have a movie to go see after I’m done. This means I finally finished (and LOVED) Stephenie Meyer’s The Host. Seriously good read and again, I’m excited that I have a movie to see for this one too! Hard to explain the plot of this one, but its about souls and the bodies being a “host” for the souls. Kinda end of the world-ish. Definitely a love story. And fun that it takes place in Arizona.

My current and next read…
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Enjoy the rest of your week!

♥ Emily


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  • April 25, 2013 - 5:28 pm

    Diana - I haven’t read the books, but I can tell you both movies are so great! Especially Silver Linings Playbook! BEST MOVIE EVER!

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