What a fabulous weekend. So much wonderful spring activity and celebrations! Yesterday was the 20th anniversary of bookclub. Unbelievable. I can remember when my grandmother, my mom, and Andrew's mom held the first meeting. I was thirteen. It is a phenomenal group that spans generations. Unlike other bookclubs I've been a part of, this one is first and foremost about books. The number of books read by each member per month is astounding. I am so grateful to be a part of such an extraordinary group of women.
Also, we celebrated Mother's Day by heading up to Grant Line Nursery to buy the rest of our plants for front beds, pots and such...spent all day today planting and am now completely exhausted. Thanks to Kayla for lunch!
I've been trying to stick with my pledge to take more photos of us with Simon...including a photo of me and baby girl. Ha! This belly has grown quite a bit this week.
This Mother's Day felt like my first real one! It still hasn't really sunk in that I have one baby, let alone two in just 12 short weeks! Not going to lie, I'm much more excited about mothering kids who can talk and have personalities rather than babies, but I know it will be gone in a blink of an eye so might as well embrace it. The next three years or so are going to be an exhausting whirlwind for sure.
Oh, and it's hard to not include nearly every photo taken of Simon and Philip together.
Seriously, how ridiculous are they!?
This week I read Sherman Alexie's memoir, You Don't Have to Say You Love Me and yes, it is just as incredible as everyone in bookclub has said.
We are on episode four of Wild Wild Country on Netflix, a six part documentary series about the Rajneesh cult of the 1980s. OH. MY. GOD. Have you watched this!?!?! It's insane!
I am super excited to watch Ali Wong's latest standup special that dropped today on Netflix. Did you watch the first one? Hilarious.