It has snowed in Louisville. So, in these parts, everyone is freaking out. It started coming down Friday afternoon – I actually decided to work remotely from home that day – I’m happy I did. I couldn’t believe how many Facebook friends were taking two hours to get home. All while I was snuggled up in house shoes, drinking good coffee and busting out some work on my laptop.
We did venture out on Saturday and visited with friends. But on Sunday I hung back again. Mike headed out early that morning for a business trip and decided to sleep in. I love sleeping in – I love Pajama Sundays – I took full advantage of his absence.
There’s still snow everywhere, but I didn’t feel like going out with my camera. I still get weird about taking it out when it’s so cold (condensation, my friends, doesn’t always play nice). And honestly, I didn’t want to be outside either. So for this month, I decided to stay in and take photos of my morning life on a lazy Sunday.
In all, I’d say we got about 3″ where we are. Enough to make everything look pretty and for the dogs to enjoy. The BDD does laps in the snow. Chase usually just does her business – but she can be tempted into playing. Kick a little snow in the air and she takes off like a rocket. I’ve definitely gotten more use out of my rain boots in the last week than I have since I got them this summer.
So after a wakeup call from the doggins and a quick trip outside, I saddle up to my new best friend: my Keurig. I’ve had it for a month or two now and I just love that little machine! Every cup of coffee is perfect and made in like two minutes. And it makes the water the right temp for sleepy time tea in the evenings before bed.
My Pajama Sunday wasn’t too adventurous. I did a little work, but spent most of my day cuddled up with doggins on the couch. Watching movies and episodes of Breaking Bad. But that’s what Sundays are meant for, right? To catch up, rest and be with family. So Mike might have been flying to Mexico where it’s warm, but I think I got the better Sunday for sure.
So this month will be my last posting for Project Life In Color. Our blog circle started strong and our group of women have been a fabulous sound board for business and blogging, but the “busy season” definitely threw several of us for a loop. Myself included. So while this is my final entry, I’ll definitely be starting a new personal project in 2014 – in the mean time though, see how Kinzie photographed Project Life in Color this month and see more of her work, visit her blog here. Don’t forget to click on through our circle to see how every captured Life in Color!