Making: Peach cream pie. Notes on Science and English textbooks. Lists, always.
Cooking: Chicken pitta pockets. Gammon, egg and chips. Carrot soup.
Drinking: ALL THE COFFEE.
Eating: Nothing right now, surprisingly. Being so busy in the evenings has almost curbed my rubbish evening snacking habits, woohoo.
Reading: The children's novel Skellig. All the picture books. Daniel's reading book, every day. A bunch of poetry books. I'm reading more now than I have in a long time, and I'm loving it.
Playing: Football. Trains. Monkey Around. Superheroes. Diggers. All the games.
Drawing: up a plan of action for all aspects of my life, from housework to blogging to studying.
Wanting: A fur rug, a huge bookshelf and a waste paper bin for the office. I bought a chair yesterday in IKEA and it's got me dreaming.
Wearing: Stripes, jumpers, scarves, plaid & ankle boots. Hello fall. I'm playing along with a few style challenges on IG too which is fun.
Looking: forward to another day off tomorrow! We have an INSET day at school, so we're going to chill out, pop to the library and do some baking. Fingers crossed for a lie in too, I can dream.
Wasting: less time mindlessly watching television. Colin and I have just started watching Suits (which is really good!) but with all the other jobs I have to do I'm not watching much else.
Enjoying: Spending more quality time with the boys, doing activities and 'learning' with D.
Liking: Experimenting with mixing patterns. Taking a little time for myself and not feeling guilty. Getting creative with food. Twitter, despite a hiatus for a few weeks.
Loving: Salted caramel coffee syrup. Looking through old photos, even just a few weeks old. Curling up on the sofa with C to watch a show. Making memories.
Hoping: I will pick up my camera more this week. I always say I will, but it has been gathering dust for the last couple of weeks and I feel pretty bad about it.
Marveling: at how stubborn my youngest is, I have never realised quite how stubborn I am either until now. Face offs over bedtimes are still happening on a daily basis. Someone promise me it will get better soon, or send me boxes of wine.
Teaching: myself patience, Joshua good choices and Daniel how to hold a pen and form letters 'correctly'. Cursive is such a faff.