June 25th. I love it.

Another week, more fun friends.

First up this week, rediscovering Tumblr. I love it. Tumblr was the platform that I started blogging on back in 2010 and while I was looking for a very specific post, I did get to see all of my posts again. I wrote about some funny stuff and I wrote about everything. Granted, in college I had a LOT more free time and literally wrote everything I thought about or felt, but I would love to get back to that. I’m just going to need some motivation. I mean, my “I love it” blog started as a Tumblr blog.

I love it!

Next up, International Delight Iced Coffee. I love it. I’ve always been afraid to try it because I thought I would drink it all in one sitting (I love coffee), but I bought it as a treat for myself last week to curb my urge to go to Dunkin’ Donuts everyday. It’s totally working. The vanilla iced coffee is delightful (obviously) and a carton of it lasts me the entire week. It saves me about $6 a week! What? I’m totally down for that.

I love it.

Finally, cheering for babies. I love it. Before you get all excited, I’m working in a day care this summer, that’s why I’m cheering for the babies. On Friday one of our little guys rolled over by himself for the first time (at least with us present) and you would have thought we were watching the Super Bowl based on the way our eyes were glued on him and how loud we cheered. This is my last week of camp so I’m hoping we get a few more “firsts” this week so I don’t miss anything next month.

I love it. It’s great. Everything’s great.

I love it.

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October 9th. I love it.

Yay love.

First up this week, hanging out with friends. I love it. Yesterday’s big plans with Jose, Diana, and Lupita was to go to Beignet Fest and stuff our faces with 30 different variations of beignets. After taking the street car downtown, we arrived to a massive amount of people in Lafayette Square. We wandered around for a little while but actually never ate a beignet because you had to buy everything with tickets. The problem with this is that the line for tickets was ridiculous and then the line for beignets was even longer. And there was no way to figure out what you were waiting in line for anyway. We made the best of it, though, and had Pumpkin Spice pancakes at IHOP.

I love it.

Next up, deep cleaning. I love it. I had to do my reset Sunday today but I got a little carried away and did a major deep clean. I did both bathrooms, the kitchen (which really needed it), both bedrooms, living room, 3 loads of laundry and emptied 2 cans of trash. I seriously think that the pumpkin spice lattes from McDonald’s has something in it that makes me ultra productive.

I love it.

Finally, Gilmore Girls. I love it. Today alone, I’ve watched basically the entire 5th season. What I love about this show is that it is something everyone in my family loves. This even sparked a conversation amongst the Deas Siblings about who Rory should have ended up with. I think that she should have ended up with Marty, but since she never actually dated him, I’m totally Team Logan. It’s a house divided, but that’s what makes life interesting.

I love it. It’s great. Everything’s great.

I love it.

October 2nd. I love it.

Hooray for Fall!

First up this week, pumpkin spice lattes. I love it. Yesterday was the first day of October which in my book is the start of fall so a pumpkin spice latte from McDonald’s was totally necessary. It was perfect. It made me feel very festive which led me to decorate for Halloween in my apartment, too. Halloween is my favorite!

I love it.

Next up, “Once Upon a Time.” I love it. I actually gave up watching it about midway through last season because they were in the Underworld and I found it kind of dull. But because my sister has a newfound love for this show and kept wanting to talk about it, I used yesterday to catch up. It did get better as the season went on so I’m all caught up to watch the new season now! Besides, I missed staring at Colin O’Donoghue (aka Captain Hook).

I love it.

Finally, working on my book. I love it. I’m dedicating the month of October to finishing a middle grade novel I started writing in 2010. I’ve worked on it sporadically because I’ve been having so much trouble with what the underlying story is and I didn’t have an ending. Thanks to some coffee induced motivation, I finally figured it out! I can’t type for long because my hands start to go numb, but I made some helpful revisions today. Now, I have a month to finish it so I can send it to publishers!

I love it. It’s great. Everything’s great.

I love it.

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