I finally (temporarily) have my weekends back which means family time and day trips. Jenna, Brenden and I spent our Saturday gallivanting around Bucks County. We're an interesting bunch to be around because our conversations have no logical flow whatsoever and we've been known to erupt into roaring laughter with no warning. It's great for us but probably a little terrifying for those privy to it.
It's been so cold here that even I'm beginning to get fed up with it. ME! The snow bunny! Unbelievable, right? I've been looking at dreamy spring clothing online and I never thought I'd say this but............ I kind of can't wait for spring. I want to go on bike rides with B without having to bundle up like Randy when he can't put his arms down. I want to go outside without my lips shriveling up and flaking off. (That's a thing that happens.) I want to drink iced coffee again! Winter just needs to let me get a few good snowboarding sessions in and then GOOD RIDDANCE.
In case you couldn't tell, I'm going through I bit of a tender-hearted phase lately and have deviated from the normal content of this blog. I was going through some photos on my external hard drive earlier and I stumbled upon this quick capture of Jenna before a school banquet last summer. As sisters, we were never really particularly close because there's a moderately large age difference between us. (Six years is a lot when you're in your formative years!) Now that she's doing things like driving, it's just so strange. Last weekend we went to the mall and did all of the corny things that sisters in movies do, photo booth included. We laughed so hard that our abs hurt and I reveled in our newfound kinship.
I've been trying to get into certain routines and out of others lately. For example, into books and out of Netflix binges. Into working out and out of wasting time on the internet. Part of my new daily routine involves my morning cup of Bulletproof Coffee. It's a delicious way to boost your metabolism and give you hours or energy. It's gotten a pretty bad reputation around these parts because we're living in a world where "saturated fat" is considered a bad word. Guess what? It shouldn't be. Doesn't that make you feel great? I mean, who doesn't like butter?