Friday, March 30, 2012

pleasant little things

* "Wisconsin Life" on the radio every weekday morning. These little narratives about people and traditions in my state are always fascinating.
* Seeing Mr. D's team start the baseball season 2-0.
* Even more daffodils in full bloom outside.
* Finding the perfect sized bench for a tight laundry room space.
* Two riveting books on my nightstand--one about Haiti and one about Tuscany.
* Driving through town and seeing my campaign signs all over the place.
* Boys who still want to read story books out loud before bedtime.
* The promise of beautiful weather this weekend.

Spill it, reader. Pleasant little things.

23 comments:

  1. you are invited to follow my blog

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  2. Pleasant little things:
    - My freshly painted toenails
    - The good news I just received from the doctor's office
    - Rainbows in my craft room
    - Only and inch of snow so far?

    Happy weekend!

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  3. Love that your boys still want to read books out loud before bedtime :-)

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  4. I an with Dutch Girl--just had a pedi--love looking at my Ching Ching Cherry Toes

    Hearing my boy say he had fun at baseball--hadn't heard that in a while

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  5. My daughter has asked me out on a lunch and shopping date today.

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  6. -a foggy morning
    -wisteria in full bloom
    -coffee!

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  7. -I did my own water marble manicure and it turned out good.
    - I was able to go to my son's 4th grade lumberjack breakfast
    - Going to see Hunger Games tonight
    - Shopping trip with the girlfriends tomorrow.

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  8. Have you thought about making this post a meme/link up? I'm going to write a "pleasant little things" post and share a link this post. I think this is delightful, especially on a rainy day.

    P.S. What radio station carries Wisconsin Life?

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  9. My son having no cavities at his pre-braces teeth cleaning. What a relief!

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  10. It's just a beautiful Ozark day here with talks of temps hittin' ninety this weekend. Waaaaaay above the norms.

    This was a fun post sweetie.

    God bless and have yourself a delightful weekend my friend!!!

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  11. I love the story books. I hope my kids never outgrow those.

    BTW, Melissa -- I tagged you for an award on my blog today. :)

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  12. - Easter egg hunt with my preschooler and her friends
    - Kids' playdates with awesome friends
    - My kids' first races (1/4 mi. for one, 1 mi. for the other) tomorrow
    - The weekend before spring break
    - Seeing the yard in full bloom
    - Lovely, warm spring weather

    Have a great weekend!

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  13. Sunshine, summer temperatures, and the lovely scent from those trees with the small, white blossoms.

    Also, karaoke with friends tonight after a long, very stressful week.

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  14. Spring weather. Spring clothes. Spring break (starting now).

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  15. Hugs.
    Smiles.
    Honest coworkers who value a laugh.

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  16. Friday Forum with the ladies at work.
    Cute shoes for $10.
    Spring flowers.
    Painted toes.
    A good cup of joe (hazelnut is my favorite).

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  17. - The just right mix of rain and sun to turn everything nice and green
    - The end of track season
    - Celebrating the mister's and my 18th Wedding Anniversary
    - Naps
    - Unexpectedly running into old friends
    - Laughing until my sides hurt

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  18. High Five on the list-- You made me smile with the daffodils-- We don't have them in Southern California and they are a sign of Spring I miss.
    Have a great weekend, xo jj

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  20. What books are you reading?? :) :)

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  21. Those ARE all pleasant things. Makes me smile!
    And now we must know what you're reading!

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  22. We have a similar show on public radio here. The host has the most terrific accent and always has the most interesting guests on to talk about the history of the state.

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Spill it, reader.