Category Archives: Sunday

365, 7: day 127

Los Angeles My husband and dad golfed today, so my mom and I went to church, did some errands, made tons of curry (she even brought a huge tupperware with her own curry spices?!), did a sewing project, and took … Continue reading

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365, 7: day 120

Los Angeles Today was a great, productive Sunday. We did a bunch of errands, went to the gym, and spent most of the afternoon cleaning. I love our little reading room, but it’s been buried under Christmas stuff for the … Continue reading

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365, 7: day 113

Los Angeles I’m getting back into the groove of running, and it’s feeling good – although I noticed today that my sneakers (of like 7 or 8 years?! oops) are starting to get holes in the toes! I bailed on … Continue reading

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365, 7: day 106

Los Angeles BBQ with my husband’s friends and then dinner with his aunt and uncle. Yesterday was the dreamiest January weather, and I’m on day 24 of Whole 30 and feeling great about it, despite kind of an awkward dinner! … Continue reading

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365, 7: day 99

Los Angeles I woke up early, videochatted with my newly engaged friend (!), finished my book (Future Home of the Living God, which I enjoyed enough but also felt sort of meh about?), made breakfast, ran errands and went to … Continue reading

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365, 7: day 92

Los Angeles Today was even lazier than yesterday, although I did go for a run and to three grocery stores, before settling down to finish this wonderful puzzle. Year One Year Two Year Three Year Four Year Five Year Six

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365, 7: day 85

Los Angeles I spent most of the day reading – The Hate U Give, which I loved and finished and would have probably been my favorite book of 2017, had I actually read it then. I guess it’s my favorite … Continue reading

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