exhibit A and exhibit B).
Speaking of writing, Kaitlin texted me from school this week telling me that I needed to write a book. Evidently some of her friends were talking about my blog and thought it was good (which is why I offered them candy bars at the end of the post).
I laughed, "what on earth would I write a book about?"
And she replied as quick as Reggie comes at the sound of dishes clanking, "you could write about what it's like to live with such an awesome person like me."
If only I could find a way to make that marketable.
Then my Instagram friend, Yvonne, posted a photo of some trees with almond blossoms.
At first when I saw the photo, before I knew that it was Yvonne in California, I thought that someone in Minnesota had beaten me to posting a photo of the snow blossom trees.
But then I realized that there are actually places on this earth -- in this very country! -- where there are trees blossoming with actual flower blossoms.
One day we in Minnesota will see actual flower blossoms, but until then I am enjoying -- no, really, I am enjoying -- the snow blossoms.
Because that is how you stay sane when it's a record cold winter with no end in sight.
Hey, who wants to join me in posting intentional gratitude pics? I don't often hashtag, but I think I might do this. Seems like a good exercise, to look for the gratitude and be intentional about it.
I'm @annebickle on Instagram and Twitter if you wanna follow me.
I'm linking up with @jeannettg for InstaFriday. You should follow her.