It has been a fun, delicious, exciting year. Here’s to more baking, running, smiling, laughing, and peaceful, happy living in 2013!
1. So True:
2. Julie’s blog is still my absolute favorite. She is funny, positive, and inspires me to live a healthy life!
3. Wadswords has a pinterest! Follow me if you want more pictures of puppies and cupcakes in your life.
4. Last night I finally saw Anna Karenina and I absolutely loved it! It is stunning. Jude Law’s performance was incredible and as I was a huge fan of Domhnall Gleeson as Levin. The set and the costumes were dazzling. I could not get enough of every single one of Keira Knightley’s outfits. Seriously, go see this movie!
5. Watching this video on repeat. Beyoncé for President.
I had a wonderful Christmas and I am really excited about getting back into blogging in the new year. Wadswords is back! For real this time.
Wadswords is back!! It took me a little while to get back in the swing of things after the craziness of the election, but I am so excited to get back to blogging. We are heading into one of my favorite times of the year and I am so ready. Tomorrow I am going home! It has been a long time and I miss my family so much. It will be great to get a little break before coming back to school for the final weeks of the semester.
Happy Monday everyone!!
I hope everyone has a great week!
Also, guess what?
ONE WEEK UNTIL ELECTION DAY!!!!
Two of my favorite people!
This editorial by Samatha Bee is funny and very disturbing.
Not surprisingly, I am obsessed with all things pumpkin these days and I have to try this baked oatmeal from Kath Eats Real Food.
4. I know this is random, but I just keep seeing people walking dogs and I really want to play with one..
Petting an animal is one of the best forms of stress relief. Too bad they don’t allow pets in dorms because we could all use some puppy love to get us through midterms!
New music is great motivation to go for a run!
I am so fired up after the debate last night! All joking aside, last night which candidate is going to be the best advocate for women in the White House. I think Obama said it best here:
“You know, a major difference in this campaign is that Governor Romney feels comfortable having politicians in Washington decide the health care choices that women are making,” Obama said. “I think that’s a mistake. In my health care bill, I said insurance companies need to provide contraceptive coverage to everybody who’s insured, because this is not just a health issue, it’s an economic issue for women. It makes a difference. This is money out of that family’s pocket.”
We can do this!!