Excited About: Our reservation in March at the Inn at Woodhaven in Louisville, Kentucky. The B&B looks beautiful and the breakfast is seriously calling my name. We are staying in the Derby Room in the Carriage house. It was supposed to be a 4th Anniversary trip, but because I got the room through living social, I couldn't get the exact dates we wanted. But March is good enough! And we are seriously excited about exploring this charming city.
Listening To: The Les Miserables Soundtrack (The Complete Symphonic Recording Version). I was so excited last year when I found out they were making a new Les Miserable movie. I saw the play Les Miserables in 2004 on New Year's Eve in London, so it holds a special place in my heart. I have already seen the new movie twice, and the soundtrack has been on repeat in my car and on my walks.
Reading: The Pact by Jodi Picoult. It is sad, but an interesting read about a a teenage couple who seemingly enter into a suicide pact, that goes wrong, and only one person ends up dead, and the other ends up on trial for murder.
Eating: I am obsessed with homewrecker burritos from Moe's Southwestern grill. I love to go there during my lunch break, And unfortunately I think the staff is starting to recognize me. Which for some reason really makes me anxious. I hate when restaurants start recognizing me.
Working On: Restarting my 5k training. I'm doing the Color Run 5k in March in Jackson, Mississippi. I'm really hoping this will be the race I can run the entire thing. The cool thing about this race is we are all going to get color bombed every few miles. SO excited, SO nervous.
Loving: These prints from Exploding Dog, there is something about the simplicity of them that I really appreciate.
Researching (for fun): I've fallen in love with Hadley Hemmingway (Ernest Hemmingway's first wife) after reading The Paris Wife & Paris Without End. I've been scouring the net for anything on her and have been gawking at the vintage black and whites images of her. She intrigues me.
Thankful For: The fact that the holidays are over. I love them, I really do. But there is something about getting back into a routine that is pretty comforting and welcome after all the chaos and heticness of the holidays.