2/14/10

Things I Love

Yesterday, the Pioneer Woman made a list of some things she loves.

It inspired me.

Being the copycat that I am, I decided to make a list of my own. Enjoy.

coffee

onesies (shocker, I know)

appliqueing onesies (even bigger shock)

walking

elastic pants

ice water

Dave Ramsey

computers (ones that work)

my camera

Picasa

blogs

pizza

Fox News

nursery workers

Little House on the Prairie (the show)

parties

black beans

fabric

clean babies

money

Jeff Foxworthy

dinner

Alfred Hitchcock

Swiffers

dishwashers

china

Publix

sushi

lamp light

bottled cokes

my family

my baby's daddy

That's all.

HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY
Heart onesie not approved by Stephen Grande, but he let me get away with it since it is Valentine's day and all.

8 comments:

tylerandalyssa said...

Picasa is amazing! Fun list!

Lynn Beck said...

Happy v'day to all of the Spooners!

leslie the young mother said...

fun idea sb! I think the heart onesie is precious :)

Patrick and Sarah Grace said...

Oh I just love love love your blog. I think that we think a lot a like (other than the fact that you are crafty, I am NOT). I finally went to the Clover Lane blog banner tutorial you told me about, but I don't know how to make all my pictures look the same size when I'm making one. Can you help me? If you have time, email me: sarahgracebeverly@gmail.com

Also, how did you get your "About Me" picture that size? Mine is so small.

Nell said...

That's a very masculine heart onesie, Grande! Love your love list. I'm shocked you didn't put "flowers that grow petals out of their centers." (Sorry, you probably just gagged.)

Will and Mary Frances Stanford said...

Sarah, what a fun blog! I've met you several times over the years, and did not know that ya'll were in Montgomery! We live just around the corner in Cloverdale! I'm really enjoying all of the thoughts and cute pics of Stephen small... - Mary Frances

Susie Talbot said...

Tell Stephen Grande it's okay for boys to have hearts! Fun list.

Meg said...

SB-- I got the kids the boxed set of Little House on the Prairie for Christmas. That's right, all nine years. They can't get enough of it!

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