|Easter pictures with my mother in law and grandma in law.|
Drinking: Lots of ice cold sweet tea. I am officially obsessed, especially with all of the night shifts I've been doing. There is just enough caffeine to get me over that 3AM slump.
Reading: I've read a few really good books lately. I finished the first Outlander book by Diana Gabaldon and it was wonderful. I am now half way through the second, it started a little slower but is really picking up now. I also just finished The Longest Ride by Nicolas Sparks and cannot say enough good things about it (I'm pretty sure I finished it in about two days).
Wanting: Warm weather! We had a little shot of warmth last week and just yesterday got snow. I am ready for sun and warmth and skirts and no more winter jackets!
Looking: For a dress to wear to our upcoming weddings this summer.
Sewing: Something special for a new addition to the family (more on this in a few weeks).
Enjoying: Being done classes and not having any papers to write. It has been such a relief to not have any due dates hanging over my head the past couple of weeks.
Wearing: Nothing but scrubs lately. I've been filling my time with care aid shifts now that clinical is over and I can't work as a nurse yet. Grey's Anatomy brand scrubs are a particular favorite of mine. I've even been wearing clean ones to sleep in occasionally. I think Brett is starting to worry about my ability to dress myself in regular human clothes.
Waiting: To get my marks back so I can work as a grad nurse. I am so excited to start my career after five long years of school.
Loving: My time at home. This is my first spring that I haven't been in the city in school and this time spent at home with Brett has been wonderful. Life finally is feeling like it has a semi-normal (as normal as things get with shift work) rhythm.
Anticipating: Summer weddings! Only 2.5 months until the first.
Smelling: Fresh air. Despite the latest cool weather, I have had the windows open at every opportunity to get some of that lovely spring air in the house.
Praying: For a prompt start to seeding and a brief reprieve from precipitation so we can get the seed in the ground in a timely manner.
Feeling: Blessed to have had such lovely time with our families this past weekend for Easter suppers.