Thursday, May 10, 2012

project 365 vol. 18

Sunday April 29, 2012
At the dance studio that I work at we sometimes host birthday parties for little dancers.  On this Sunday I got to work one of these par-tays.  It was so much fun and super cute.  I seriously can't believe I get paid to do stuff like this sometimes.  McKenna, the birthday girl, was turning 6, and her party was Justin Bieber themed!  I died.  Look at her cupcakes!!!  And can you see the JB plates in the top left corner??  I hope Austin is taking notes for my birthday party next year...

Monday April 30, 2012
On Monday of last week Austin and I went on a journey to the UPS offices to pick up a package.  On the way back we went to Yogurtland!  That was my cup bucket of yogurt.  Yummm :)

Tuesday May 1, 2012
 This was me trying out the package that Austin got on Monday.  I'm totally a sk8er now.

Wednesday May 2, 2012
 On Wednesday of last week I was sick.  I woke up feeling all floopy, and it was not pretty.  I stayed home and sat in the above position for the majority of the day.

Thursday May 3, 2012
 I started making myself a new breakfast last week.  My good pal** at did a post recently on how to make soft boiled eggs, so I decided to try them out.  They are delicious served up with some waffles and syrup!

Note: I always like my syrup in a separate container so I don't end up with soggy waffles, and my ramekins work like a charm!

**Never met this girl in my life, but I read her blog every day, so I feel like we're good pals.

Friday May 4, 2012
I subbed for one of my favorite teachers last Friday, and during our silent reading time at the beginning of each class I raided her bookshelf.  I was intrigued by this book.  It has a bunch of high scoring TAKS essays written by real students.  I loved flipping through and reading what these kids had to say!

Saturday May 5, 2012
Cinco, cinco, cinco de Mayo!  I know y'all already know about my weekend in Austin, but here's another cute picture from Barton Springs.  I love this one of Kaway and me :)


  1. Sparklers is really good. The only thing I'd suggest more is any book by Kelly Gallagher. The man is a genius!*

  2. Thanks Amy...I'll check him out! And yeah, I liked that book a lot, but it seemed like there wasn't much variety in the school districts that were featured.