Grab a cuppa, sit down and meander through some of these links to get your week off to an awesome start.
My Dad and I danced to the Beach Boys version of this at my wedding.
This version is EPIC!
(I had to text my 16 year-old niece to confirm that it is indeed Harry and Zain from 1D serenading each other with “God only knows what I’d be without you.”
Clearly shot before “The Break-Up.” Awks.)
The voyeur in me loves checking out the routines of others.
Here is Gabbie’s writing process.
How cool is this truck-themed party?
Are you any good at impersonations? I’m rubbish at them!
I love the slight awkwardness evident on Kit Harrington’s face as three guys
imitate Jon Snow.(The 3rd dude wins hands down!)
My Husband and I hit the cinema this weekend and saw Mad Max.
I’m quite surprised at how much I loved this movie. It is the most visually epic thing I’ve seen in a long time and I’m still digesting all of the themes.
Love these Mad Max Hey Girl! memes.
Oliver Jeffers writes and illustrates the most magnificent picture books.
This podcast was so interesting.
His gorgeous Irish lilt also makes for some easy listening.
I really need to jump on board the podcast train. Any suggestions?
Stop saying you’re busy! You’ll be happier!
(I’m currently reading Notes From a Blue Bike. It’s a great read!
This article echoes many of Tsh Oxenreider’s sentiments about living life in an intentional way.)
What are you reading at the moment?
Last night, my Toddler decided that sleep between the of hours 10:30 and 2:30 was for the weak.
I thought about this book numerous times between those hours.
I should study this list of How To Put A Toddler To Sleep in 100 Easy Steps.
This morning I woke up feeling a bit average and was in Cranky Mummy mode.
So we got dressed, headed to Toddler Dance and soothed ourselves with coffee and pancakes.
(Man, I wish parental participation was optional in Toddler Dance.
Me bopping along to Yo Gabba Gabba ain’t a pretty sight.)
All is well in the world now.
How has your Monday been?
Continue your meanderings with them!