Happy New Year, y'all! I hope everyone had a safe and wonderful beginning of the new year. I was able to spend it with college friends that I don't see very often these days, so mine was really nice! We spent the evening playing a video game where we threw each other off a very high platform. Fun, right??
I'm linking up with Farley for January's edition of Currently. Enjoy!
Listening: Last UGA game of the season...GOOOOOOOO DAWGS!
We're losing right now, but we're making a come back! UPDATE: No come back today...oh well, I'm still proud of those dawgs!
Loving: My hubby and I did a lot of traveling this holiday...to South Carolina, to Maryland, to central Georgia. It was wonderful to see family and friends, but I am SOOOO glad to be home safely. I don't intend on going ANYWHERE until work on Monday morning =) Also, we had to send our dog to a pet-sitter while we flew to Maryland. I know she had a great time playing with the other dogs, but I missed her cute, obnoxious self!
Thinking: It's past lunch time...should the lunch fairy have arrived by now?? Oh wishful thinking...
Wanting: I'm hooked! I started reading Divergent over Christmas and it sucked me in, and now I'm working through Insurgent. Basic plot line: a city is divided into 5 groups which each value a different characteristic. At 16, the main character, Beatrice, has to pick which group she wants to be apart of. However, tension starts to rise between some of the groups. If you like The Hunger Games, you'll probably like these books.
Needing: Yep, it's that time. Time to say goodbye to the tree and lights and decorations. In my family, taking down the Christmas decorations is a New Years Day tradition. When do you take down your decorations?
Memory: This is my 2nd Christmas being married. Last year, my hubby and I spent Christmas with his family, so this year, we came to my family's house. It was really nice to share all of my family's Christmas Eve and Christmas day traditions with my hubby...the Christmas Eve church service, making cookies, opening stockings and presents (while my dad wears his special Christmas morning robe...only day of the year he wears it). I really enjoyed showing him that part of my family traditions.