February Wrap-Up

Happy end of February to you all! The month has flown by in a flurry of hot and cold days. I’m currently battling a head cold, which is no fun to deal with the week before Mardi Gras and two weeks before midterms and papers. Cheers to the end of February, and bring on March!

February in One Word: Short!

My Favorite Memories in February 2014:

  • A beautiful, romantic, wonderful Valentine’s Day and 18 month anniversary weekend
  • Making chocolate covered strawberries with Steph
  • Spending the first warm day in months outside at JSJ writing a paper
  • Many, many weekends in New Orleans
  • The birth of the beautiful and perfect Coryn Broussard!

Books I Read this Month:

  • Outlander by Diana Gabaldon (Review)
  • Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell (Review) 
  • The Reason I Jump by Naoki Higashida

In Case You Missed It:

Favorite Posts from the Month:

Songs that were Popular on my iPod: 
(I did A LOT of driving to New Orleans this month… so these songs are all songs that kept me awake on the road.)

New Obsessions:

  • Baby Coryn Broussard. Because she’s so little and beautiful, and babies are pretty awesome to snuggle with.
  • House of Cards. Oh. My. Word. I love Scandal, and this show is a more political, more messed up, more ambitious version of Scandal. On Sunday, February 23rd, I may or may not have sat on the couch and watched 10 episodes straight. (Thank you, Netflix.)
  • Notecards. Tests. Multiple choice questions. Never ending notecards.

3 Things I’m Sad to See Go with February:

  • The cold. I hate winter, truly, but this winter I’ve come to love big cozy, comfy sweaters. I’ll miss wearing those.
  • Weekends in New Orleans. I love having Jeromy in Lafayette, but I’ll be a little sad to not spend every weekend in New Orleans.
  • The easy part of the semester. March begins crunch time.

3 Things I’m Looking Forward to in March:

  • Another month with Jeromy being in Lafayette on a client. It’s so nice to have him around.
  • Mardi Gras (mostly the few days off when I’m allowed to be lazyyy)
  • My last full month of being LESS THAN A QUARTER CENTURY OLD. Whew.

Favorite Quote from a Book I Read this Month:

“I can bear pain myself, he said softly, but I couldna bear yours. That would take more strength than I have.”
― Diana Gabaldon, Outlander

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